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Causie! said:
Any ideas on luggage for this beast? As I can see me doing a lot of miles on this machine? :moped:
Get some hard bags and a trunk.
 

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luxlamf said:
Ducati makes a great set of luggage for traveling around the world.


(I know you wheren't talking about bolting on bags to the beautiful bike. If so go where the Campers hang out:
http://www.1130cc.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=86
Sorry Lux, I have an X and broke out in :rofl: :rofl: to the post. Do they come in Orange????????:rofl2:
 

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electric soup
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Causie! said:
Any ideas on luggage for this beast? As I can see me doing a lot of miles on this machine? :moped:

there you go mate..................no hardware or any other stuff required, ties right on to the passenger pegs and sits on passenger seat

pros: stable as a rock, looks as if it was made for the Vrod, solid at speed....have ran at 123mph (and have the sat nav record to prove it) with this bag on.

cons: you need to undo fronts to fill up with gas, not a major but a pain in the bum.


url: http://www.bags-connection.com/marken/HARLEY-DAVIDSON/V_Rod/5_Racepack.html



sorry about crap pics
 

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Don't think, ride.
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Causie! said:
Any ideas on luggage for this beast? As I can see me doing a lot of miles on this machine? :moped:
Since you are in the UK have you looked at the Frank Thomas Cargo Endurance luggage that is made over there? I tried like hell for over a year to get some of those touring saddlebags through Cycle Gear (only US importer) but customs is just not letting any into the US right now. I could order them from Robinsons Foundry but I would be paying close to $180 and I did not want to pay that. I think they would look great on our bikes. I went with Cortech luggage since they are easier to come by in the states.
 
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