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Ebbs!!!i found it!!!!!

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You the MAN! I officially owe you a beer... or three in Indy
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HOW did you find it!? if you browse their site... it only lists the 10 and the 14 liter ones! and only the tail bag no saddle bags?!
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their site is a pita to navigate



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match that tank bag with these:


and this


and you should have plenty of avaible space...

when i goto TN for the month of march, im just bringing the saddle and tank bag, shold be plenty of room, the question now is can i fit a passenger on the rc with the saddle bags on it so i can possibly bring pc back to OH for easter....



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hmmm... trying to figure out what kind of tank bag one would need when riding a bike with a non metalic tank...

osp... any suggestions?

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they make the one i posted in a strap on version
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hmmm... trying to figure out what kind of tank bag one would need when riding a bike with a non metalic tank...

osp... any suggestions?
one with a strap, I am in the same boat. They make em though.

Something like this.

http://www.nelsonrigg.com/pages/Spor...s/CL25-Big.htm

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one with a strap, I am in the same boat. They make em though.

Something like this.

http://www.nelsonrigg.com/pages/Spor...s/CL25-Big.htm
I'd want something considerably larger than that.
Didn't know the CBR didn't have a metal tank tho...

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I'd want something considerably larger than that.
Didn't know the CBR didn't have a metal tank tho...
http://www.nelsonrigg.com/pages/Spor.../CL450-Big.htm

It has a cover over the tank. It's basically a fairing piece.

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naked without the tank cover.


tank cover for my race fairings.

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http://www.nelsonrigg.com/pages/Spor.../CL450-Big.htm

It has a cover over the tank. It's basically a fairing piece.
ah, i get it.

that one is much better, but what is that strap going toward the seat hooking too??

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they make the one i posted in a strap on version
THAT could be taken SOOO out of context...

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THAT could be taken SOOO out of context...
what what

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match that tank bag with these:


and this


and you should have plenty of avaible space...

when i goto TN for the month of march, im just bringing the saddle and tank bag, shold be plenty of room, the question now is can i fit a passenger on the rc with the saddle bags on it so i can possibly bring pc back to OH for easter....
That's exactly what I was planing on doing... now if I can find them all at the same dealer.. I'm good to go

oh and I think you may be able to fit her on with the saddle bags... the only things I see that might be a problem is if the bags interfere with her foot placement on the pegs... and how comfortable it'd be sitting on the straps going across the seat good luck though!

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hmmm... trying to figure out what kind of tank bag one would need when riding a bike with a non metalic tank...

osp... any suggestions?
The old tank bag I had from Held was AWESOME... it strap'd around the stearing head and then velcro'd to a " tank protector" that strap'd to your sub frame. it was extreemly nice... and it was freak'n HUGE... I could fit my helmet in there and zip it 90% of the way shut when it was expanded.

this is the one I had

http://www.kneedraggers.com/details/...g--630213.html
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