Suzuki V-Strom DL650/Adventure (2012 and Newer) Caribou 34 Liter Rear Top Case System

SKU: DL65034T

New and improved Caribou 34 liter top case for the 2012-2016 V-Strom DL650 and Adventure.

Complete and easy to assemble system - Kit iincludes a black 34 liter case, cargo plate, quick attach-release mounting hardware, locks, everything.

Nearly indestructible - Cases made with a tough co-polymer material and a heavy duty watertight O-ring lid seal - will not crack or shatter like hard plastic, will not dent & leak like aluminum, will not rip and tear like soft bags. Everything in the case is totally protected

Secure and Convenient - Caribou Cases are on and off the bike in seconds with the Caribou quick attach-release system. Locks give you security and peace of mind while you are away from your bike

Designed for the Long Haul - Case fits tightly on the bike with an external locking latch that is adjustable to account for wear and to keep the system tight and secure forever.

Durable - All mount components are made of high strength powder coated steel - no brittle plastic parts holding the case to the bike like most OEM luggage

Easy Installation - No drilling or modifications to the bike. Includes photo instructions & phone support Mon-Fri 9-5pm Pacific Time.

Full Line of Accessories - Inner bags, SOLAS reflective tape, tie-downs straps and loops, and back rest pads.

Specifications:  34 liter (2,400 cu/in) capacity. Case dimensions are approx. 43cm (16-3/4") x 31cm (12") x 31cm (12") Internal, and 45.7cm (18") x33cm (13") x 318cm (12.5") External. Case is large enough to hold an extra large full helmet.  Case made in China, all other hardware made in USA.






Customer Reviews

Reviewed by Chris , 10/07/2013

Bought the 34L top case for my V-Strom 650 along with the top case lid organizer. I conversed with Roger a couple of times through email before purchasing and he was very helpful. The products arrived promptly and everything was packed very well. The lid organizer was even installed. All I had to do was mount the QFS mounts to the plate and then mount to the bike. It took me 30 minutes or less for the whole process. Everything is very well thought out.