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Hi guys, today I received my saddlebags :) the classic ones. Instalment is very easy, 4 bolts each. Only the rear mudgeard needs to be taken away.
Here are some pictures :rolleyes:o_O

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And some more... :eek::oops::rolleyes:o_O
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Steve, I just got my UE bags yesterday for my Icon with high Termi on the right. Mounting hardware is identical to what Chris shows. My plan is to mount the left side only, it should certainly work. I may sell the right-hand bag and hardware; or maybe I'll keep the bag for mounting alternatively on the left side. I'll see how it looks to me after installation.

Chris -- Does the rear fender just drop down once you've removed one bolt on each side? Or is there more disassembly? Thanks! Good looking bags!
 

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Chris. It looks like you could just install one side and one bag if wanted. Am I correct? I would buy the set and just put the left bag on my icon as my high racing exhaust takes a right bag out of the equation.
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Correct! :thumbsup:
 

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Steve, I just got my UE bags yesterday for my Icon with high Termi on the right. Mounting hardware is identical to what Chris shows. My plan is to mount the left side only, it should certainly work. I may sell the right-hand bag and hardware; or maybe I'll keep the bag for mounting alternatively on the left side. I'll see how it looks to me after installation.

Chris -- Does the rear fender just drop down once you've removed one bolt on each side? Or is there more disassembly? Thanks! Good looking bags!
For the classic not, there is more to disassemble. First there is a little cover-plate (plastic) to remove, 4 bolts. After, to remove the mudguard (for the classic that is) I had to unscrew 6 bolts. 4 underneath and 2 sideways left/right at the light, small bolts.
To assemble you will have to push and pull a bit to get everything back in place... :rolleyes:o_O
 

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Thanks all

I just order a set of them and Ducati has them in stock. Fastwoman, I also plan on alternating or perhaps even use the smaller bag on the left side for most of my riding unless it doesn't fit nicely on the bigger bracket. I really do not need that much storage unless I am going out of town and overnight. These bags look great for the scrambler. Nicer than the typical panniers I have used on my sportbikes.
These worked nice for my S100R but would not look good on the scrambler IMO

 

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Baimo, I also plan to use the left-hand bracket as a support for my vintage canvas and leather military ammo bag, I posted a picture on another thread a while back.
 

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I got my UE bag installed on my Icon, thanks to Chris75 for great pics and tips. On the Icon there are only 2 bolts on each side that need to be loosened to drop the little rear fender -- the one on the side and the one connecting to the frame as shown in Chris' photos. Turns out either bag will fit on the left side, and so will an aftermarket or home-made bag, with not much effort.
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I just ordered some of those today and I am going to enjoy having them since storage for me is a necessity , the only thing I don't like but its the way it has to be is the uneven look of the two different sizes so that the right one can clear the exhaust but I think I'll get used to it.
 

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I received my classic bags yesterday and no instructions (this might be typical Ducati) with the set. I guess it becomes obvious once you actually have a bike to work on how to install them? Thanks Chris for pics.How much did that termi pipe set you back? I am thinking of getting that one for my classic since it has removal baffle.
 

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I received my classic bags yesterday and no instructions (this might be typical Ducati) with the set. I guess it becomes obvious once you actually have a bike to work on how to install them? Thanks Chris for pics.How much did that termi pipe set you back? I am thinking of getting that one for my classic since it has removal baffle.
The silencer was 990 euros something, just under 1000,-. The Termi is loud and the baffle does make a difference but be aware that the pipe with baffle installed is therefore still not CE approved. It stays a race pipe and is not homologated for road use. The FT termi is homologated and costs 200 euros more.
 

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I received my classic bags yesterday and no instructions (this might be typical Ducati) with the set. I guess it becomes obvious once you actually have a bike to work on how to install them? Thanks Chris for pics.How much did that termi pipe set you back? I am thinking of getting that one for my classic since it has removal baffle.
Jupiter, yes it's clear how to install the bag brackets with Chris' pics as reference. And yes, it's typical Ducati; my high Termi arrived at my dealer with no instructions, just a bunch of tube sections and lots of hardware. And nobody in North America had yet installed one, so no help there. Europe was already asleep for the weekend. The mechanics figured it out, but it took a little time.
 

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My classic bags will be in next week. Looking forward to it. I also received the scrambler handlebar bag. It is great. Has a little netted section up front perfect for my toll transponder and extra room for wallet and phone, etc.
 

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I just ordered some of those today and I am going to enjoy having them since storage for me is a necessity , the only thing I don't like but its the way it has to be is the uneven look of the two different sizes so that the right one can clear the exhaust but I think I'll get used to it.
For me too its a must. Coming from a Honda VFR and a Yamaha FJR im used to ALOT of space on my bike. For the moment I'm carrying with me a pair of warm gloves, a rain suite, sunglasses and a strong lock. I believe I still got more than 50% left as baggage space. Im happy with that :)
 
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