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Old 02-28-2010, 10:27 AM   #1
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f800gs w/ cut zega pro panniers?

does anyone have pictures of this setup?

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Old 02-28-2010, 12:05 PM   #2
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does anyone have pictures of this setup?

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As far as I know the Zega Pros don't have cutaways. The regular Zega Panniers do though.

There is a not too bad shot of the rear of the 800 with the 41/41 cutaways on the Touratech Website but that's all I've seen.

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Old 02-28-2010, 06:38 PM   #3
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FWIW, I don't like these panniers. The bike too fat and they are not very sturdy.
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Old 03-02-2010, 08:23 AM   #4
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I talked to Touratech yesterday about the special panniers (cut) for the F800GS. The salesperson really liked the Zega "Classic" special. Both sides (exhaust and gas filler) are tucked in closer to the frame. The bags end up with 34 liter/41 liter, although the lids are the same size. Nice looking set up. Keeps the weight closer to the bike. They use 1.5mm aluminum on purpose to provide a "crumple zone" in the case of a drop. In other words, it's a design issue, not cost or weight issue. He really likes the new Zega Pros for the new lid design. He checked with his purchaser who talks to Germany often and was told that as of now there are no plans to do a Zega Pro Special (cut for exhaust). He was told that the frame work was very difficult to do on the Zega Classic Special and as of now they didn't want to go down that road again. The new Zega Pro's are available in bare aluminum, anodized silver, and anodized black. oclv454
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Old 03-02-2010, 10:43 AM   #5
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I talked to Touratech yesterday about the special panniers (cut) for the F800GS. The salesperson really liked the Zega "Classic" special. Both sides (exhaust and gas filler) are tucked in closer to the frame. The bags end up with 34 liter/41 liter, although the lids are the same size. Nice looking set up. Keeps the weight closer to the bike. They use 1.5mm aluminum on purpose to provide a "crumple zone" in the case of a drop. In other words, it's a design issue, not cost or weight issue. He really likes the new Zega Pros for the new lid design. He checked with his purchaser who talks to Germany often and was told that as of now there are no plans to do a Zega Pro Special (cut for exhaust). He was told that the frame work was very difficult to do on the Zega Classic Special and as of now they didn't want to go down that road again. The new Zega Pro's are available in bare aluminum, anodized silver, and anodized black. oclv454
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