I bought a Coocase from Twisted Throttle in Rhode Island. Nice box, 55 liter and less than $100.00. Givi is also nice and is a bit more than he Coocase. Like jvinske said.... Look around... It is a matter of preference
Welcome from the desert of SoCal.
Owners manual will come with your new ride but not a service manual. Back rest will need to be removed for top case as it will use the same holes.
Put you location in your info. You may have fellow Burgman rides close.
In expensive service manuals ($8 ) can be downloaded at this site.
I have a Bestem top box. Pretty cheap for the 2012 42L model and rack, only $170 delivered. The silver color is spot on with the burg. But if you want a nice clean look, you'll need to replace the backrest fairing part, with a non-backrest flat one. I saw a couple on eBay this week.
Welcome from the usually sunny Los Angeles, Ca. (Much needed rain today). And congratulations on the new bike.
Thanks for "jvinzki". I bought the genuine service menu from the website. It will take a week for shipping. It is quite expensive $90+ shipping and tax. About $110 total. But I am happy that finally find the service menu. I want try DIY on the maintenance.
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