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No bags for me not for this bike looks to cool for bags,including ones that lay over the seat,has to be mounted for my taste.Heck but they do look good.
 

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They've actually had these bags out for awhile. There have been several threads on them, but I decided to go with the cortech sport saddle bags and really like them! They even saved my pipes the other day when I layed the 109 down :( :redfaced:
 

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Joshua_109 said:
They've actually had these bags out for awhile. There have been several threads on them, but I decided to go with the cortech sport saddle bags and really like them! They even saved my pipes the other day when I layed the 109 down :(Â :redfaced:
Ooooops!!! :redfaced:

First time I have seen them......
 

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What I like about these bags.... You can unzip them from the strap, therefore place them under the rear seat or cowling and leave it there.... No need to unbolt the seat to remove the bags themselves :bigthumbsup:
Plus they are only 100 bucks give or take depending on what size you want :D
 

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Since I removed the beavertail and turn signals, don't really have anything to secure them to. I think I will need the supports.
 

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toneout said:
Since I removed the beavertail and turn signals, don't really have anything to secure them to. I think I will need the supports.
The only thing I use to secure the bags to the bike (besides a cute tushie :D ) are the straps in the front of the bags. I tie them to the passenger peg mounts above the pegs. They don't come close to touching the tire or the pipes.

 
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