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Offline kevmac11

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MK1/MK2 rear rack
« on: 08 October, 2020, 01:19:46 PM »
Are they the same?
I see different part numbers - 08L42-MFA-801 for the mk1 and 08L42-MGJ-800 for the Mk2.
Are they interchangable as I am looking at this item on ebay https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/153194426951
I have a 2009 Mk1.

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Re: MK1/MK2 rear rack
« Reply #1 on: 08 October, 2020, 02:58:28 PM »
So I asked the seller and this is their reply-

Hi, Thanks for your enquiry
The difference in part numbers is between the different versions,
the ABS version needs 08L42-MGJ-800
the Non ABS version needs 08L42-MFA-801 (or 08L42-MFA-800)
whether there is a difference in how they fit, I unfortunately can't say, as I don't have either both bikes or both racks available to check with
I hope this helps in some way
Many thanks
Loz

So i'm still not sure. And how would ABS make a difference on how the rear rack would be fitted. (I have ABS on my 2009 so by that reasoning it would fit - but it's being sold as 2009-2012 which is both Mk1 and Mk2?)
Is the rear/subframe of the Mk1 and the Mk2 the same in that area of the bike?
Confused. :187:

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Re: MK1/MK2 rear rack
« Reply #2 on: 08 October, 2020, 07:12:06 PM »
The seller is pulling your chain and you are correct there is crossover production years, it seems the spare parts industry preference is to list the SC58 (MKI) as 2006 to 2009 and the SC64 (MKII) as 2010 to 2014. I don't know about the Honda kit but the Givi racks and pannier rails for the SC58 (MKI) and SC64 (MKII) are model specific and not interchangeable. It makes not difference whether the model is fitted with ABS brakes or not.

links that illustrate the difference
Givi 260FZ rack for CBF 1000 2006-2009 SC58 (MKI)
Givi SR777 rack for CBF 1000 2010-2014 SC64 (MKII)


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Re: MK1/MK2 rear rack
« Reply #3 on: 08 October, 2020, 08:45:07 PM »
Thanks.
I realise that the two Givi ones are different. And probably the reason being is the reason I want shot of the Givi rack that I have. The bracket supporting the side rail goes through the gap between the pillion handle and the bodywork, fouling the pillions grip. Givi resolved this by doing away with the original pillion grip and incorporating a handle into their rack.
Because I have a pillion i'm looking at getting the Honda rack as is has it's own pillion handles.
Having had a look at Fowlers Parts it looks like that the images that they are using are of the Mk1 but the code they quote in their item specifics is for the Mk2. So probably rack for Mk2 and laziness on their part.
Looks like i'll need to keep looking  :013:
« Last Edit: 08 October, 2020, 08:52:18 PM by kevmac11 »

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Re: MK1/MK2 rear rack
« Reply #4 on: 08 October, 2020, 09:57:25 PM »
I removed the rack and top box off mine (MK1) when I bought it and the rack bolts into the frame where the hooks go in the side and also into two bolts in the rear cowl. If you look at the frames on Fowlers Parts diagrams between a MK1 and MK2, they’re completely different, although they both have the luggage hooks, but I can’t see the lower hook on a MK2. I would guess that the two racks aren’t generic.
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