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2005 Kawasaki ZZR1200 Tail Bags

2005 Kawasaki ZZR1200
Tire Size:
Front: 120/70-17, Rear: 180/55-17
Spark Plug:
CR9E
Battery:
YTX14-BS
Stock Chain/Belt:
530x112
Stock Gearing:
Front: 17T, Rear: 44T
Oil Filter:
KN-401
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CL501 13 Liter Classic Roller Bag
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Givi CL501 13 Liter Classic Roller Bag Can be used as a sissybar bag, fork tool bag or as a roll bag for GP100 45 Liter Classic Sissy Bar Bag and/or GP102 25 Liter Classic Sissy Bar Bag Holds 13 lite

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Lindsey (San Antonio, TX)

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Ladies, listen up!

Great for commuting. Love almost everything about it...except the badge holders. The backpack is "One Size Fits Man" which would be fine if I had no hair. Besides my helmet getting caught on the Velcro, my hair does too (when it's in a bun/braid) and I'm trying to change lanes on the highway. Thankfully, there's plenty of space to hold my lunch and a hairbrush (on the off chance I'm not bald by the time I get to work). Worth the investment, but be prepared to jerry-rig it.

Aeren (Stanardsville, VA)

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Perfect Non Contact Quick Release Tank Bag

The bag mounts or releases in seconds: No hassle when fueling up, but don’t leave it unattended on the bike. The bag is water resistant enough that the contents will stay dry until you have time to put the rain cover on. The rain cover fits the bag well. The mounting bracket on the bottom of the bag and the TankLock mount are made of plastic. No issues so far, but unsure about longevity. This mount may not be appropriate for those who do aggressive off road adventure riding.

Jana (Ellenton, FL)

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Bought for Buell Blast

The saddle bags for my 2001 Buell Blast were discontinued. These looked like they would work. It took some rigging, but I've been able to secure them pretty well. I really like the roomy opening. Hate bags that are a nice size, but the opening is too tiny to actually put stuff in. (Probably why my old one's self-destructed.) One of the straps broke off the first day and had to be repaired. So far, the repair is holding. I felt these bags were a good deal for the price.

Robert (Grass Valley, CA)

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Good but not great

The shape of the bag is not ideal for the purpose. The map compartment was designed by someone who does not ride. You can barely get a map in there when folded closed, but no way you're gonna get one in there to read while riding. Thank God it is removable. Magnets are strong and with standard high speeds on naked bike. Inside pockets were designed by the same person who did the map pocket. Visor caddy is a nice thought and craftmanship and materials are up a notch from my last Cortech tank bag.

Dj (Nashville, TN)

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Love it

I was very hesitant about buying a tank bag because of looks but I finally settled on this one because of its size. I'm happy that it looks good on my 2005 ZX6R. Strap mount works well. It holds 1-2 water bottles, alternate visor, spray cleaner, shammy, wallet, phone, keys, glasses, eye drops, ear plugs, legal documents, granola bars, a sandwich, cooling vest or jacket liner and dog food and a leash for stray dogs. I seriously love this thing, it has made my rides much more comfortable.

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