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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 04-24-2019, 08:48 AM Thread Starter
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Side or seat bags for Dragster 800 RR MY18

Are there any suggestions, or ways that I could add side or seat bags to my Dragster 800 RR MY18?
The design makes it seem like it is impossible to put bags.

I have searched all over the internet, but cannot find any suggested products.
Please assist me!

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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 04-25-2019, 07:13 AM
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OMG really? Have you purchased the correct bike for what you want to do?
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I’ve purchased the bike for the looks and what I want it to be. It really doesnt matter how I use it doesnt it?
I love the bike for what it is, and theres nothing else to be said about it.

Anyhow, I am just looking for these bags for longer trips that I dont often go to. So rather than bashing on me about how I use the bike, id just like to know whether there are any.
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I suggest you look at Kriegas modular solution. I myself has all kinds of rearbags/saddlebags since my 900ss/748/851 days and
all of them has itís pros and cons.
Biggest problem with luggage an d my F3 is the small and tapered seat, But Iím using a small seatbag (30 liters) and MVs own tankbag. I think that space will be good for two weekend trip✌️
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I suggest you look at Kriegas modular solution. I myself has all kinds of rearbags/saddlebags since my 900ss/748/851 days and
all of them has it’s pros and cons.
Biggest problem with luggage an d my F3 is the small and tapered seat, But I’m using a small seatbag (30 liters) and MVs own tankbag. I think that space will be good for two weekend trip✌️
//Jimmi
Thank you for giving me a proper suggestion.

Do you think the Kriega is also usable for my bike?
The tail seems a bit too tiny for anything to be strapped on.

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I donít know where you live, But I suggest you search for a kriega reseller in your place of the world.
Kriega have strapsystem that attaches to your framework under the seat, the even have a kit for the panigales tiny rearseat😉
Try a Google search for kriega+Ducati panigale and see what shows up. If you live in europe thereís plenty of resellers for their stuff.// Jimmi

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I usually run this fanny pack on the back of my Brutale seat if I am wearing full leathers. Holds my cell phone and wallet :-)

+1 for Kriega, they make fine equipment...also I found a Givi system for older year Brutale, maybe you can contact them?

https://www.motorcycleplanet.co.uk/p...ale-800/?bc=no
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Also to add to the already helpful suggestions above, but would you consider a tank bag instead of or in addition to?

I havent delved into it yet, but if/when I need to, I will go for a tank bag

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Also to add to the already helpful suggestions above, but would you consider a tank bag instead of or in addition to?

I havent delved into it yet, but if/when I need to, I will go for a tank bag
My suggestion would be one that uses a tank lock mounting point (SW Motech is a company that comes to mind but others sell them as well). With a plastic tank like the Brutale has, you probably don't want to run straps all around it. Tank locks are a simple and effective mounting point for bags and easy to remove when you need to refuel.

Not my bike but this video should be helpful.
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I've used the Kriega tank bag set up (with converter and US20 pack) on a Dragster for years - plenty enough for a 4 day trip (including clothes, wet weather gear and my pillow, because yes, I'm old).
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