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CORTECH luggage set

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    CORTECH luggage set

    Selling this CORTECH luggage set, side and tail bags, all in good shape, zippers working, lots of pockets, many attaching straps, and rain covers.

    Look to be quite rugged for soft bags, and very roomy, these will hold a lot of stuff. Heavy duty, not lightweight.

    Came with a Guzzi V11 Lemans that I bought and have since sold, the new owner didn't want.

    In Arlington MA, with EZ access from MA Route 2 and Mass. Ave.

    $75 NESR price. ($95 on FB)

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    No, the crate is NOT included.

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    Re: CORTECH luggage set

    Ever try fitting this setup on your Hyper?

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    Re: CORTECH luggage set

    Quote Originally Posted by MattR302 View Post
    Ever try fitting this setup on your Hyper?
    Matt, never did try them on The HYM796. I don't think there's enough to the plastic exhaust covers to support the side bags. Unless you stacked something else first on the seat and wing to build it up several inches, like with a drybag, then load these bags on top.

    (I always thought of the Hyper as "luggage challenged," but the Wolfman small enduro tank bag worked well.)

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    Re: CORTECH luggage set

    Meant to say $75 NESR price. ($95 on FB)

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    Re: CORTECH luggage set

    Is this meant to go on a passenger seat?

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    Re: CORTECH luggage set

    Quote Originally Posted by Gixxer View Post
    Is this meant to go on a passenger seat?
    Yes. Helps if you have a luggage rack, too,even a small one. Too bad I didn't get a pic of the bags on the Guzzi. The bags sat on the passenger seat and the luggage rack, if you can picture it without the small tailbag. Would work even better with a longer passenger seat.

    Later today I'll take some measurements and report back.


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    Re: CORTECH luggage set

    OK, I measured the CORTECH bags --

    Top bag:
    16" wide
    14" deep (length front-to-back)
    9" height

    Side bags:
    16" long
    8" wide -- with expansion zippers to go wider and pack more stuff
    12" height

    The tunnel is about 10" wide, more or less depending on the width of your seat and how much the side bags would droop.

    IMO, these bags would be *PERFECT" for a bike with a bench seat, let's say, hypothetically, a Triumph Scrambler 1200 f'rinstance.

    Also, a Nelson-Rigg outdoor bike cover comes with the set -- it was stuffed inside the top bag, I'm guessing the seller forgot it was there.
    It's a big cover, would no doubt work well on, let's say, hypothetically, a Triumph Scrambler 1200 f'rinstance.

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    Re: CORTECH luggage set

    Haha. I was actually thinking of them for the passenger seat on my street bob

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    Re: CORTECH luggage set

    Quote Originally Posted by Gixxer View Post
    Haha. I was actually thinking of them for the passenger seat on my street bob
    Might work there, too.

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