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I have the tail bag

I really like their tail bag, and I was considering getting these saddlebags because they all connect to each other.
 

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I've got the motocentric saddlebags & tailbag - they connect, are expandable and fit the V perfectly. No interference with the signals. Not sure of $$ difference but you should check them out.
 

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I don't know about the Elite series, but I have their mid-range tank bag and it's excellent bang for the buck. At least worth a look...
 

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I've been looking at a lot of soft luggage and those motocentric ones seem to be the right way to go. Not too expensive (99.99 on newenough.com) and aren't too big to need brackets but big enough for a multiday trip. Styling is simple but not too cheap looking. I think I'm going with them... :) thanks for the pic, Lisa :)
 

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I've been looking at a lot of soft luggage and those motocentric ones seem to be the right way to go. Not too expensive (99.99 on newenough.com) and aren't too big to need brackets but big enough for a multiday trip. Styling is simple but not too cheap looking. I think I'm going with them... :) thanks for the pic, Lisa :)
Same here, I got the Cortech tail bag and plan to get the matching side bags. the Cortech bags look vary much like the motocentric bags.

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Web Site said:
•Waterproof zippers and lockable molded zipper pulls makes opening a securing these bags easy
•Audio/power ports for your electronics
Is it just me or do those two things cancel each other out? If you have holes for your wires and such to go through, doesn't that make them inherently NOT waterproof? :confused:
 

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I have a set, but can not remember the model/style. The size is about a 21 liter. They work fine I used them twice on my VFR and once on my Versys. I have them for sale on craigslist here in Orlando for $40.00. They seem to work ok. I also have the GIVI voyager they are about a 20 liter, but unzip to 35 liter for extra room. I am selling them for $50.00. I listed them on craigslist first so I dont have to hassel with shipping, but if someone is interested we can work out a deal. Check them out on craigslist I have pics posted.

I sprung for the GIVI hard bags thats why I am selling them. I travel a lot and need lockable storage.
 

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I gotta admit they do look slick. I may have to think about replacing my Dowco's up front...

BTW, does anyone make a bag set specifically designed to be mounted up front on either side of the tank?
 
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