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  • Corbin saddlebag doors

    Adds 10.8L


    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...type=3&theater

  • #2
    Seen the thread in the other universe. A good question was raised. "Coming from Corbin-Will they be over $1,000 ??.

    OTOH- it is good to see someone taking the step to provide more storage space.
    Maybe a larger Trunk Lid, to be able to easily store Two helmets will be Corbin's next venture? (Are you listening Honda??)


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    • #3
      It’s what Honda should have done to begin with. I bet it will cost at least one kidney to buy from Corbin though. 😳

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      • #4
        On a tip over, do the new bags come in contact with the ground prior to the saddlebag guards?
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        • #5
          Originally posted by RodG View Post
          On a tip over, do the new bags come in contact with the ground prior to the saddlebag guards?
          I'm going out on a limb here by saying. You can't count on that!! LOL


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          • #6
            Originally posted by RodG View Post
            On a tip over, do the new bags come in contact with the ground prior to the saddlebag guards?
            Uhmmm, ya!, Look at the photo . . .

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            • #7
              If you hold off for a bit??

              This company may make a set for the ST1800 too??

              http://www.albrechts.ch/elman/elman_home.htm

              Ya won't have to worry about the bag guards.

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            • #8
              What a cluster F**K.
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              • #9
                I’d buy one just to “release” it on a road at highway speeds just to see it disintegrate!!

                i have to agree with Rocky “too fumny” !!!

                LOL

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                • #10
                  Originally posted by Mattbcnv View Post
                  I’d buy one just to “release” it on a road at highway speeds just to see it disintegrate!!

                  i have to agree with Rocky “too fumny” !!!

                  LOL

                  mattbcnv
                  Well Bud. You are in luck. I emailed the company,asking if they have one in "Tootsie Roll Brown??"

                  I just knew you'd want one.

                  That right there is funny.
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                  • #11
                    With the Rocco highway pegs installed the rear bags will touch the ground and the paint will be scratched. It looks like the highway pegs cause a little more lean at the rear of the bike. I speak from experience. Not sure if the bags would of hit without the pegs.

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                    • #12
                      I was just told by Corbin, That they will have a price point and there own web site will be updated in a weeks time.

                      FB will be updated by Joe who deals with Corbin's social media accounts, after the Main web site is updated.


                      1. No plans at this time for any other bag guards.(I was told its on the rider to not drop the bike)
                      2. No plans at this time for a larger trunk lid.
                      3. The wider factory color matched saddlebag doors, will be for sale on there web site,in a week.
                      or install by Corbin for free if you ride in!.
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                      • #13
                        Corbin is charging $963 for a set of color matched doors. That may not be too bad a price considering Honda wants over $400 for replacement color matched door panels. Might be worth it if you damage one of the doors.

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                        • #14
                          True to their word, Their web site has all the details.

                          http://www.corbin.com/honda/h18gwdoor.shtml

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                          • #15
                            Originally posted by Paladin View Post
                            Corbin is charging $963 for a set of color matched doors. That may not be too bad a price considering Honda wants over $400 for replacement color matched door panels. Might be worth it if you damage one of the doors.
                            i think under 1000 for the pair is a fair price. if you break it down, $89.00/liter makes it more real though.

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