What's up with BA BUSA's busa?

Discussion in 'Gen II Busa Information' started by CorbinSaddles, Apr 16, 2009.

  1. CorbinSaddles

    CorbinSaddles Donating Member

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    Well we've been taking good care of it :whistle: and have not wasted any time in getting a prop design up and running. Here's a few pics of the bags in process.

    Pics might take a little bit to load. :banghead:
     

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  2. peanutrobber

    peanutrobber Registered

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    Now those are definately original.
     
  3. NickSully

    NickSully Donating Member

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    I bet those are super light weight too! :rofl::thumbsup:
     
  4. Pinky Winky

    Pinky Winky Donating Member

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    Whats with the second Tail?
     
  5. thrasherfox

    thrasherfox BUSA Donating Member

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    Sweeeet! looks good. !!!
     
  6. omslaw

    omslaw Michelle owns my Busa Staff Member Administrator

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    Wow - lQQking good!! :thumbsup:
     
  7. Mr Bogus

    Mr Bogus Trouble Makers Inc. Donating Member

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    Now that has a nice zing to it... stayed true to the design of the bike too... can not wait to see finished product..:thumbsup:
     
  8. homeboy58

    homeboy58 Registered

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    great idea! looks good
     
  9. MelodicMetalGod

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  10. alglag412

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    :thumbsup::thumbsup:
     
  11. GoAWOL

    GoAWOL Abiit, excessit, evasit Donating Member

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    I like that you stayed with the original lines...looks like it will be a nice product when finished. Will it have integrated lights?
     
  12. mjn

    mjn Hillbilly Deluxe Donating Member

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    Lookin Good!!:thumbsup:
     
  13. Rayabusa0818

    Rayabusa0818 Never Forgotten

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    Me too::4
     
  14. Over_Easy

    Over_Easy GEO-STABILIZATION EXPERT Donating Member

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    Only drawback I see from the Corbin bags going from Gen I to Gen II is the disparaging difference between stock cans and aftermarket cans between the two Gens. These bags will conform precisely around the shape and size of the Gen II stock cans but I would say only a fraction of Gen II owners keep or still have the stock exhaust on their bikes. Therefore, these bags will not fit well allowing for large gaps and/or contact with aftermarket cans.

    Hate to be devil's advo but thems the facts.
     
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  15. UncleSteve

    UncleSteve Gear good - roadrash bad Donating Member Registered

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    that is the lid to the bag......
     
  16. UncleSteve

    UncleSteve Gear good - roadrash bad Donating Member Registered

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    Here's a Tip, ditch the turn pods, it will be too wide. Integrate them into the bag with LED bulbs.
    Try to make them with a quick release and you will have something.:thumbsup:
     
  17. Flicka

    Flicka Professional Booga Flicka Moderator

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    I like the look so far, but does it block the keyhole to release the pillion / hump? If so, could it be relocated to somewhere inside the bag? Preferably toward the top so you don't have to dig around to get to it if the bag is loaded.
     
  18. Rayabusa0818

    Rayabusa0818 Never Forgotten

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    Would this make a Gen II program bike possible?
     
  19. UncleSteve

    UncleSteve Gear good - roadrash bad Donating Member Registered

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    Not sure what program you mean... but our program needs a couple more.
    I have been waiting for Gen 2 bags from Corbin. :laugh:
     

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  20. frisbee

    frisbee GODSPEED RACING Donating Member

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    Wow , they look pretty nice . Are they going to hold more than the gen 1s ?
     

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