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Felipe S: New bike need tank bag for everyday things hope this is itMay 9, 2015
Mark M: It's a big bag, well made & has easy access to the fuel cap. Meets my needs.Sep 2, 2014
Ian W: Magnetic bags seems good for smaller lighter cargo around town or short trips. I want to make sure everything stays on the bike if it falls over or I go down. I chose the strap version because Revzilla noted it's easy installation.Aug 14, 2014
Daryl M: Received excellent reviews online and because RevZilla stocked the productMay 26, 2014
David P: have a plastic tank on my RSV-4 and i hope this fits well.Apr 22, 2014
Marc N: I bought the Tail Bag and Saddlebags from the same people of Cortech, and I needed a quick bag for when I go to the gym/school/work.Feb 24, 2014
Nathan G: I've already got one Cortech tank bag that I love. Problem is I loaned it out to a cousin and can't seem to get it back so I went with a bigger one this time to have extra storage space.Oct 8, 2013
Ryan O: One of the few bags that is not super expensive said to fit on a 1098. The 18 liter is the same basic size as the 12 with an expandable compartment for extra storage when needed.Aug 9, 2013
A shopper asked:considering this for 2013 suzuki v strom 650. How exactly does the mounting straps/base secure to bike? How exactly does the bag secure to the mounting strap/base?Aug 8, 2013
edward p:It has a strap in the front that loops around / under the frame in the front just behind the triple tree. I put mine under the tank mounting eyes. In the back, I put it around the tank mounting eye just under the front of the seat. The straps that mount to the bike are adjustable for length and have 1 inch, or so, plastic buckles like you see in shopping carts for kids. The pad stays with the bag with Velcro and elastic loops to locate the bag side buckles / straps. It is an ok set up. Tends to move around a bit on my tank but overall I am ok with it. The bag is great! Perfect for commuting to work with lunch and a few other things. Good choice. Good luck! Aug 10, 2013
Jude W:The front of the base attaches to either side of a buckle strap which I wrap around the neck of the forks. The bottom of the base is a one-sided buckle strap that I run around a bolt that holds down my tank (actually the airbox lid on my bike) which is then hidden by the seat. The buckle straps are held in place on the base by stretchy nylon sleeves. The plastic buckles then plug into the female end of the buckles, which are attached to the bag itself. The bag also attaches securely to the base by two large Velcro strips. Confused? It's pretty simple when you have it in front of you and quite secure. Good luck!Aug 8, 2013
Robert G:There are two strap/buckle assemblies that wrap around your steering column and under the seat around a mounting section to the tank. Then the base of the bag is laid down on the tank and the bag lays in top of that and first attaches via Velcro and then the buckles are attached from the bag to the two strap assemblies. Let me know if this isn't clear or if you need further help.Aug 11, 2013
A s:The strap loops under the seat connection mechanism I have on my bike. The other end goes around the triple tree. The bag is connected to the base by velcro. It's a nice bag, except the map pocket is tiny and annoying to use.Aug 8, 2013
I have a G650GS and the Wolfman Sm Exped bag, which I put on using a low-profile method that looks and works well. I washered and screwed the front harness to the two screws that hold the plastic piece that fits right behind the headstock, and located the rear part of the harness onto the frame members beneath the very forward part of the seat, so only a couple of inches of strap, with the snaps, stick out from under the seat. So all clean and neat, no big threaded harness mess, and easy as pie to take on and off because the straps just stay on and don't flop around or get in the way. I think I posted pics on the review tab to the Sm Exped bag, see if you can find these.Aug 27, 2013
Duane S:The strap kit that comes with it works well. One strap comes from the middle back from the seat up the centerline on the fuel tank, you will need to secure to to the frame or another piece, it has a loop in the end. The other ent by the handle bars you should be able to use the strap kit around the steering head, that's where mine ended up. It does not interfere with my steering at all. There is also a magnetic base version.Sep 8, 2013
edward p:I mounted the straps around the tank lugs/ eyes of the tank between the bolts and the tank. The straps have two buckles in the front and one in the back. you could run it around the frame, depending on the Bike. I found a vid on you tube. That was some time ago. It went through the mounting of the bag pretty well. I simply searched cortech 18. Hope this was helpful! Sep 8, 2013
Frank S:Hi there, I have a 2011 Multistrada and wanted a small tank bag. I managed to install it, it's not optimum as the tank is pretty curvy, probably a bit more curvy that the Monster tank. it's a but of a hassle to install as the multistrada's front is pretty tight. it's flopping around a bit but stays on the tank. overall it works for the small items I want to have on the tank.Sep 9, 2014
On the 2014, there is no gas tank to frame attachment to use for an anchor. So I purchased a single tie-down strap from REI and looped it through and around the sub frame. This made a tidy spot to use as an anchor point under the seat for the tank bag loop to go around.Sep 22, 2014
Oliver S:I bought both the magnetic and strap mounted versions of this bag. I use the magnetic mount on my Harley as it has a steel tank and I use the strap mount on my BMW R nine T that has an aluminum tank. Sep 10, 2014
Shenbagapandian J:I've got a 2013 monster 1100 with the strap version. And it's pretty slick. I think this should work well for you as well.... I don't think the magnetic version will work thoSep 9, 2014
A shopper asked:I have a BMW K1600GTL with the gas cap on top. Can the bag be easily and quickly removed for access in adding fuel to the tank? Are there photos showing anything in place with the bag removed or moved sufficiently to access the gas cap. BTW, my gas cap is a screw-on replacement (SSR CNC Billet Gas Cap) for the stock keyed version.Jul 18, 2014
Jude W:I assume you're asking about the non-magnetic set up? If so, then I can answer; Yes! There are several ways that I could see simple access to the top of the tank. For my bike, I would loosen the Velcro tightening strap at the front of the bike and then unbuckle the lower strap which would allow you to lift the whole contraption (bag and base) up and to either side.
I imagine this is difficult to envision without a diagram, but the system does allow for some flexibility and you should be able to sort out the path of least resistance once it's on your bike. Good luck!Jul 22, 2014
Robert G:Yes definitely. All you have to do is unbuckle the front buckle and it can be lifted upward towards the handlebars. It will rest on itself without support while you pump your gas. I have an 09 Brutale with a keyed gas lid and I have never had any issues getting gas. I have lifted it up with a full load and empty and it performs the same. Hopefully this helps.Jul 22, 2014
A shopper asked:Firstly, love the review. What hydration bladder would you recommend for this unit? Secondly, will this fit securely on a 2013/4 Multistrada 1200S? If it will be loose, can you recommend an alternative model?
Prashant J:Yes, I believe so. I used the tank bag on a 1200CC Touring bike, and the strap was long enough to go over and around the handle bar. The other end buckle connected to a small piece that can secured under the seat.Sep 9, 2014
Robert Mendez J:Don't know if it fits the Kawasaki.I would guess that it does. I have a BMW k1200 gt it fits very well. does not scratch tank and I check it every time I gas up, I have the bag that straps on don't know about the magnetic one .I like the bag it holds a lot of stuff, was worth the money.Jan 18, 2015