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Cortech Super 2.0 12-Liter Strap Mounted Tank Bag
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Cortech Super 2.0 12-Liter Strap Mounted Tank Bag

  • 1680 denier ballistic polyester and 1800 denier three-lined twill Jacquard construction
  • Protective non-slip, non-scratch diamond pattern mounting base
  • One-way zipper on main compartment with a “Zipper Garage” for concealment
  • Top flap internal organizer and soft lining
  • Hideaway backpack straps
  • Removable and replaceable snapped map pocket
  • Two internal mesh storage pockets
  • Hidden external pocket for miscellaneous storage
  • Phoslite® reflective piping
  • Built-in sip tube and headphone exit ports
  • Integrated stowaway rain cover with clear window included
  • Two-tone red and black soft lining interior
  • Also available in a magnetic mounted version

Dimensions:

  • 14”L x 8”W x 7”H
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Cortech Super 2.0 12-Liter Strap Mounted Tank Bag 4.1 5 7 7
Works on a Buell XB12S I was looking for something that could hold my work and personal tablets (with cases) amongst other small items. This was it. It takes some magic to thread the front strap around the neck of the bars and to fine-tune, but it's been great for the couple weeks I've owned it. If there was going to be a complaint, it's the lack of easy (snap) removal for the pad, but I can tuck it under my seat strap. November 10, 2014
Great bag, minor details Bought this to fit on my 1125CR. Fit is ok. Does cover the whole tank. It is too long with the full protective mat that goes between bag and tank. I fold the tongue underneath. The zipper seemed to get stuck in one area. After looking at the stitching I noticed there was some extra material that was getting stuck in the zipper. I trimmed it down and seems to be much smoother. Other that that, you get a lot for the money. Nice to have rain shield pocket . There are straps you can use to carry like a back pack although you would have to un attatch the protective mat each time which isn't very convenient. If you have an 1125CR, you won't be able to use the existing connection that you use with the Buell bag. At least not with the 12 liter back. I'm sure you can with the smaller 8 liter though. I would get the 8 liter next time just for that reason, but will stick with this one for now. September 25, 2014
Product Delivered what its designed for. Overall I'm very happy with this product. I needed something that I could toss keys, wallet and a few more things but didn't want a big bag in my way. The Cortech sits nicely on the tank without being in the way, I don't even know its there half the time. Only problem I came across was the center strap that goes between the seat and tank didn't have a cross bar on my Tiger 800 to attach too. I ended up purchasing a cable/wire securing loop from the Hardware store. Used a screw that was holding down a cover under the seat right near the tank to secure the loop. Fed the strap through and bingo! Only other suggestion is better installation document. Otherwise Great product! December 24, 2013
Nice bag overall. The bag is very useful on a 2013 Hyperstrada, but had to be modified to fit. Seat has to be removed in order to unclip bag. Only thing lacking are holes in the zipper tabs to run a wire lock through. Overall a good looking and useful tank bag. December 2, 2013
Overall nice, but questionable rainproof Bought this for a new Ducati Monster 1100EVO for mid-range trips & running around. Within a week, did a >1100 mile 3 day ride on twisties and also interstate runs. Installation fairly straightforward and the mounting base kept the unit very solid on all roads, and was better than another brand I used on my previous bike (using straps version since Ducati uses plastic tanks). Tank bag has a really nice look and fits the bike well. Like the front & bag external pockets for easy access items, plus good internal pockets. The negatives: 1) the map pocket is really small. Not a large tank bag so didn't expect a huge map pocket but it narrows at the lower section cutting out some of the possible space. Plus the narrow lower end is where you feed the maps into the pocket, making it very difficult (not sure why the paper feed isn't from the wide upper end. 2) I went through lots of rain on the first trip and on the way back had internal wetness even though I used the rain cover. It's possible I may not have pulled it over all the way in front and don't recall any issue from rain 2 days before, but could be an issue (I'll update when using in the rain again). Also, since I'm on a naked bike I don't have body/windshield protection that most bikes do, so may not be an issue for others. Overall, a pretty good bag and not very expensive. Not real big but some good features and looks nice on the bike. May 12, 2013
Nice, could be better The bag is still very new to me. These are my first impressions. I bought the strap down 12L version of this bag for my BMW F650 Dakar. THE GOOD: The quality of the materials and the construction are top class. Very plush, well finished, and reasonably well designed. The bag just looks great. Not too big and does not interfere with my view of the instruments or my riding stance, whether sitting or standing. Nice plush red lining on the inside. Several pockets on the inside, plus two pen holders. I love that the bag easily converts into a backpack to take with you when you park. It is fairly rigid so it will not collapse when it is empty. The rainproof cover is a great idea although I have not tested it's ability to withstand water. The fitting and setup is pretty easy, although the straps that go around the steering yoke interfere with the wires for the hazard and ABS switches on the Dakar. Also, the base is too long for the standard Dakar tank. The front left flap is prone to drop down into the way of the oil cooler radiator. I might need to cut the two flaps on the front of the base back a little. The way the base plate fits the Dakar though means that the tie down straps do not touch the 'tank' anywhere. This is good because it means no rough surfaces rubbing the paintwork. All that touches the 'tank' is the very soft non-abrasive underside of the base plate, which seems like a very good high quality material. I easily fit the following into the bag with a little room left for smallish items: - Canon Digital Rebel with standard lens - wallet - cell phone (Droid X) - summer gloves - Oakley sunglasses - reading glasses THE NOT SO GOOD: Because the Dakar 'tank' has like a ridge that runs lengthwise, that is narrower than the bag, the bag has some lateral instability on this particular bike. That is not a design fault, just a bike/bag matchup issue. The see-through map pocket on the top is so small, no map will fit in there. The mouth is narrower (~3") than the rest of the pocket which seems odd. That is bad design IMO. The pocket for audio devices on the top of the bag (by the carry handle) is too small, and very hard to get anything into and out of. The two internal pockets with the velcro close flaps are too small. Neither my wallet nor my Droid X will fit in there. Maybe an iPhone will, but I don't have one. The way the tie down straps 'attach' to the base plate is by simply pushing the tie down strap clips through elastic stretch chord. The 'base plate' is not actually secured to the straps at all other than by the elastic stretch loops holding down on the clips! This is not a good idea. The clips are then tied to the bag itself. You cannot pull the base plate too tight on the ends of the straps that tie to the bike itself, because the stretch loops will simply tear off in a very short space of time. They are not built or sewed on for strength at all. To me they should have been. I believe this is a design weakness. The base should clip to the straps AND then to the bag. It sounds like a lot of complaints, but they are really not deal breaker type issues. I am just very picky. I do believe I will be happy with this bag after making some minor adjustments and learning to live with the little imperfections. Longevity TBD. Hope this helped. October 6, 2012
Great tank bag Bag can fit my extra face shield and my sweat shirt and some other bits and pieces. Great bag well made. October 4, 2012
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Ken H: closest size that fits the F800GS. Forward slope works when standing up. Sep 2, 2014
J I: Value, shape, easy Revzilla checkout. Aug 8, 2014
ROBERTO G: look fine and i hope it worth it Jul 7, 2014
Christopher C: Best alternative to my old bag, since I no longer have a metallic tank. Still has backpack straps. Jul 3, 2014
Mark W: looks good on my bike May 10, 2014
Colton S: I love this thing. I don't think I have left without it. It fits perfectly under me. I am able to use every part of the bike as I used too. I am not a fan of small bags with magnets. I feel unsafe with my credit cards and phone right there. These straps are solid. They keep the bag right where it needs to be. It even fits just right to let my spare helmet visor without taking up any room. If you enjoy any kind of hour or more rides, this bag a great. One of the best investments ever. Feb 7, 2014
Antonio Alves d: Price,quality Feb 2, 2014
James V: Heard Cortech was a good brand, I needed a tank bag for those things that just fill up the pockets but dont' require a big center case. I like the Idea it's convertable to a backpack for when I get off the bike. Dec 4, 2013
Ryan C: Christmas gift, I'm tired of my buddy always trying to borrow mine... get your own! (well now he'll have one) Dec 3, 2013
Paul A: I can fit a puppy in it. Nov 13, 2013
A shopper asked: I need to carry a couple file folders (approx. 9"x12") back and forth to work. Would they fit or would edges get do geared after a while? The dimensions say it is only 8"wide, but since it isn't a hard case maybe there is some flexibility I the material.

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Mar 10, 2014
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Ryan C: I just went to my bag and tested it, there is no way that a file folder will fit without being bent or damaged. I would def recommend going with a bigger bag. Mar 10, 2014
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Jose M: No , it wont fit , is only good to carry small thing, is not really flexible. I tried to use for school and the notebooks don't fit . sorry Mar 11, 2014
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John R: As it is not 9" wide nor square, I would think the edges of your file would be bent and become frayed over time. Mar 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: What are the dimensions of this product -- L, W. and H? Thanks! Aug 23, 2012
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RevZilla: Please note the following dimensions for the Super 2.0 8L and 12L tank bag.

These are approximate:

8L: 12” L x 7” W x 6” H

12L: 14” L x 8” W x 7” H
Aug 27, 2012
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