Suzuki OEM Top Case
I bought the Suzuki Top Case and it seems to work fine for my girlfriend. It has a triangle shaped bumpout to serve as the backrest.
If your not worried about how the case matches the bike, Givi sells a backrest attachment for their top case. If I wasn't anal about how things match (I'm kinda O.C.D. in that regard) I would have gone with the Givi model. The Suzuki O.E.M. requires the Suzuki mount, which fits the Suzuki side mounts, but not a Givi side mount (as far as I have found). Mounts for Givi are more universal.
Example of a Givi backrest:
Also, the Suzuki mount is not adjustable. It has one setting. This can cause problems. My top box was filled with work stuff, and I had a backpack. I picked up my girlfriend on the way home, and the backpack forced her a little more forward than I would have liked. Having your legs and crotch forced into the tank is not very comfortable. I'd go with an adjustable mount.
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'04 DL650 - Black : Dualstar Heater Grips, SW-Motech Crashbars, Pro-Taper 7/8 bars, Suzuki Top box and side cases, 16T Suzuki Front Sprocket, 47T Rear JT Sprocket
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Last edited by SenordrummeR2; 05-13-2008 at 04:55 PM.