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Hey guys, im not a fan of the price and pocket system on the oem scrambler tank bag. Im thinking about getting a universal magnetic tank bag and wanted to see what are people running.

I found this bag and was wondering if anybody was running it on their bike? Its a ton cheaper than the oem scrambler bag:
Cortech Super 2.0 8-Liter Magnetic Tank Bag - RevZilla

Post some pics of your tank bags.
 

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Not a fan of tank bags myself so have a Ducati handlebar bag which will hold the bits and pieces I need. Will be attached to the handlebar brace which I now have but no bike yet ...

 

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Hey guys, im not a fan of the price and pocket system on the oem scrambler tank bag. Im thinking about getting a universal magnetic tank bag and wanted to see what are people running.

I found this bag and was wondering if anybody was running it on their bike? Its a ton cheaper than the oem scrambler bag:
Cortech Super 2.0 8-Liter Magnetic Tank Bag - RevZilla

Post some pics of your tank bags.
I actually own a smaller version of this bag. I primarily use on my Victory Vegas-it works great. You can get a good view of it, if you look at my Victory videos on my youtube page.

I'm also in the same dilema, been thinking of a getting a bag for the scrambler. Not sure what the OEM Scrambler bag costs.
 

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I actually own a smaller version of this bag. I primarily use on my Victory Vegas-it works great. You can get a good view of it, if you look at my Victory videos on my youtube page.

I'm also in the same dilema, been thinking of a getting a bag for the scrambler. Not sure what the OEM Scrambler bag costs.
Its around $250 which is ridiculous, i also did not like how the main pocket is accessible. Could you do me a huge favor and check if your bag works with the scrambler?

Watch out with this bag, side flaps with magnets look like they would end up on the aluminum panels -> no joy. I read some experience like this on the other forum but cant find it
Crap i hope i can find something different than the oem bag. Hopefully someone can confirm that an aftermarket magnetic bag works.
 

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Is it just me who thonks the oem tank bag look crap on the bike? No shape and just looks a mess
Agree. I am actually a fan of tank bags, but this one misses all the major benefits of a tank bag, except waterproofness: you need easy access to camera of phone and also it should stay in shape. I saw it in the flesh at the dealer, and it confirmed my impression.
I need to try on the bike (once I have it!) my Enduristan bag, I think it might be the perfect fit.

On the other hand I saw the waterproof saddle bags and I think I like them, despite the limited capacity. My only gripe is the color, as I am not sure about the green in the red Icon I have on order.

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With regards to tank bags, I made an enquiry to the American company, Wolfman. Wolfman Luggage | Wolfman Motorcycle Luggage - Premium Motorcycle Bags Made in the USA. They have several suitable options. I don't remember which size took my fancy, but the flat tank of the Scrambler makes for a wide choice. Have a look at their site.
that would be my second option if the one I have (Enduristan) does not fit. I would be interested to know which one Wolfman will advice you. I love their products.

I just got a loaner Red Icon from Ducati Roma, until I get my bike delivered (they are making all the customers overseas happy and leaving us home without bikes :crying:)
So I will try the bag tonight or tomorrow and post a picture
 
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