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post #11 of 24 Old 11-09-2012, 08:51 AM
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Looks like I finally found a tail bag I like.

Oh oh, is it waterproof?
Never tested it, but probably not.
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Erf. I guess I didn't find a tail bag I like then after all. Thanks for the info.
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...and who makes those sliders? I like them! How would you rate them against the other popular brands? I never saw those spools mentioned here as an option, either. It looks like they and the engine covers are the same maker.
all are x-race off Ebay. Dirt cheap, and acceptable quality for the price. I'm not crazy about the design of ANY frame sliders I've seen for the CBR- they all look like they'd bend the frame in anything beyond a very easy tipover. Probably smarter to sacrifice the (dirt cheap) stock bodywork.
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Erf. I guess I didn't find a tail bag I like then after all. Thanks for the info.
Nothing short of a Givi type hard bag will be close to waterproof. Even the beefiest "soft" bags come with rain covers. If this wasn't mainly a racebike for me (and occasional street ride) I'd go with some Givi E21's with custom side racks (unless someone started making them). A can of Camp Dry or Scotch Gard can make soft luggage more water resistant.
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all are x-race off Ebay. Dirt cheap, and acceptable quality for the price. I'm not crazy about the design of ANY frame sliders I've seen for the CBR- they all look like they'd bend the frame in anything beyond a very easy tipover. Probably smarter to sacrifice the (dirt cheap) stock bodywork.
Thanks for the information.
Yeah, looking at prices for body panels and turn signals, it looks like I might be better off just stocking up.
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Holy batman.. where can i find that tail body panel?
+1 on this - that looks awesome with the vent and the hard rear cover. Or were you talking about the rear panel in the denim?

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Holy batman.. where can i find that tail body panel?
I only noticed the buddy seat cover when you said so... did notice another tail body...
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Never tested it, but probably not.
(talking about whether or not the tail bag is water proof)

I was looking at it again this morning because my back hurts a bit, and the
amazon page amazon page
says it's waterproof... looks like i'll give it a try. And there's a small discount and free shipping.
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