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post #1 of 144 (permalink) Old 05-04-2013, 12:13 AM Thread Starter
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R Dragger bags

I need/want your opinion. Along with the "C" bags that I have been working on I have also been working on a modified version of the R bags.

It costs a pretty penny to make molds so I don't want to make something that no one is going to want... so

1.. Is there anyone that would want these?

2.. If I do make them do you think the lights should be vertical or horizontal. one or two.


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post #2 of 144 (permalink) Old 05-04-2013, 12:18 AM
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If you are making a show bike yes...they would stand out a little lower to the ground but that's only for a show bike. Everyday riding not sure ?? about that but I do like your ideals and keep them coming for real...where are the c bags...



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Where are you thinking about locating the plate to? Very creative idea indeed. I'm just not sure how that is going to be a plug'n play set of bags if the buyer has to remove the license plate and relocate it somewhere else and then rewire lights.

I'm an old dog who believes in having a nice looking set of bag that are easy plug and play with roomy interiors for my junks. QQ came close to what I had envisioned but the ****y quality spoiled everything (time, money and more money) for me. They are sitting on the shielf waiting for the painter at this point. Quoted at $1200-$1400 to get them painted.
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Why wouldn't these work for everyday riding? Looking at the pics it looks like they sit on the ground, they are only about 3 inches longer then the fender.


I'm thinking that the plate will hang from the bottom right, left, or center. I plan on putting mine on a motor so that when the bike is turned off the plate turns up out of sight.

I didn't think anyone took hard bags on and off on a regular basis.. except for me, only because I have been mocking up bags. I can put my standard R bags on and wired in about 15 minutes.
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I like these. I been holding off on the QQ's due to shipping.
I think the two lights vertical is sharpest.

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Anybody wanna buy a QQ drop set?

WOW!! I really like that a lot!! I like that more than my QQ drop set. Where were you 3 months ago? Lol

+1 on the R bags
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.. too much I'm afraid..not for me..
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R Dragger Bags

I love the look, recon horizontal LED light set up would look best, Like how the bags joint at back,
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First set looks out of place to me, if your gonna go that far just pull the fender and make a whole rear end, JMO. The second set are freakin awesome, perfect lines for the X.

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1) They look BADASS
2) I like the angle of the lights

Personal observations:
3) are there plans for "N" style fenders?
4) What is the ballpark guess-timate for price?
5) Would you have the option of NOT having the waves down the side of the bag? Just smooth?


They look awesome. I think you'd have a market (how big I'm not sure, but a market none the less)


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