I have a different motorcycle, but I've been relatively happy with my Dowco Sport Bike Saddlebags. They just velcro together under the passenger seat and fit relatively well. There's some extra straps to make it more firm. If you go to the dowco site, there's a similar set right now for a pittance. It's like $35 plus shipping. Which is pretty ridiculous for the quality.
Most universal fit packs should work, provided they're designed for sport bikes. The other ones may work, but the sport bike ones should fit. Recently, I took a trip to Eastern Washington with mine and they didn't get melted and didn't encroach on me enough to be uncomfortable. And they certainly didn't fall off.
The only thing about them is that you probably want to fashion something to keep them separated, but a couple dollars worth of rigid piping and rope should do the trick. Mine hangs about an inch or two above the exhaust, but that may vary a bit as I'm not sure how my Ninja 250 dimensions compare with yours.
building an old 600 into a street fighter. stripped down and removing things. will it operate without the gauge cluster installed? tried a small battery in it with no reaction except for the horn worked. right now there are no lights hooked up and have found random wires taped off.
This guy can spin a wrench and he seems to have some pedigree.
Check out this custom GPz750 he's working on down in Oz...
If it ends up anything like the BMW K100 it will be epic.
Hi there I've recently got a 1988 gpz600r, and I'm wanting to know if the standard downpipes on mine are the same as the 1991 zzr600??
I'm wanting to use just the piping from the engine to the bottom of the engine/frame, so if anyone knows about this could you please let me know?
I know it's kind of a weird project, but I like the way my bike handles, and I don't want to buy a new one. Plus, I've only got 19k on it now, I should be able to get at least another 60-80k. >:)
I'm still planning it out, but I'm planning to bob it. Put together a set of custom highway...
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