If you are looking for the strongest, least expensive (new) luggage racks for the KTM 690 Enduro, these are what you're looking for. I spent a lot of time dwelling upon if the Touratech stainless version was worth it and decided that if I ever crashed and they needed to be welded, it's much easier to have anyone weld these steel racks back together and spray it with whatever cheap paint you can find on the road. Also, the other consideration I had when deciding on going with panniers over a rackless back like a Giant Loop or Mosko Moto Reckless is that I always find that the top of those bags sit right where I want to shift back on the saddle on long road stretches or off-road. By getting the luggage off to the side, I can move around as much as I would like, yet I still have room to toss a Rotopax or duffel back on the Perun rack - which is now reinforced by the triangulation from having the luggage racks on the bike now (in addition to the Perun subframe reinforcement bolts). ***DOWNSIDE*** If you mount the OEM passenger pegs, you will have to modify them and some of the mounting hardware in order for them to fully seat in the internal detent when stowed in the up position. There is some interference on both the rubber and the metal that prevent it from going 100% up into the designed position and stay up. The other downside is that the left (exhaust) side of the bike, the rack sits a few more inches further away from the exhaust and plastics than I would prefer. If I were to design or make them, I would have moved them in a few inches to keep the bike narrower when the luggage is mounted. ***COMPATIBILITY*** I installed these on my 2016 690 Enduro in less than an hour. I already had the Perun moto top rack & extension plate mounted, so I only had to remove those bolts, replace the spacers with the shorter ones included with the Perun rack and then install the KTM racks. I then mounted up a set of Mosko Moto Scout 25L panniers in less than 30 minutes and am quite happy with fitment.