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King ping 8 ball bags

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Which bags

  1. Bagger bags

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  2. Cross country bags

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  1. Gfleck067

    Gfleck067 New Member

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    Hello, I'm sure this has been asked a few times just didn't find what I was looking for.

    I want to do bags, passenger seat and pegs, maybe a fairing and radio on my 2008 kingpin 8ball.

    As it sits all that is done to the bike is a set of 14" apes and some pipes on it.

    I am looking to put bags on this bike with speakers in the lids so I dont have to use head phones. as well as a rear seat and floor boards for the old lady so she can come with.

    Now I was looking at the cross country bags and witch doctor brackets. Just having problems finding bags. And I want lids with speakers. Now is there just a device that will hook up to my phones Bluetooth so I do not have to have a radio in the fairing if I can not find one I like

    The second option was the bagger bags whole rear end. Has 4" extended bags and rear fender with led tail light strips already recessed. Then I would need lids with speakers.

    The paint and body work isn't a big deal as I was a painter for 8years.
    I like the black 8-ball but might change up color not sure yet.

    Does anyone have any pictures of the bagger bags on a kingpin? The only one I can find is the one on te web site and I want to see one finished.

    Some pictures of kingpins with cross country bags would also be nice so I can get a better idea of how it looks


    As most of you guys I'm the only victory guy in my group of people I ride with and I might have one jumping to a highball in the summer.
    Just want to really stand out with a kingpin "bagger"

    Thanks guys and gals
     
  2. mrmarty

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    Hey, I have a1 handbags currently on my kp 8 ball, but I'm in the process of putting the cc bags on. Go to witch doctor's web site and u can see a few pics of how the finished project looks. HMD 520 has the lids you've looking for as well as libs locks so you don't have to buy a complete ignition set from Victory. Message me if you have any questions.
     
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    Your exhaust could need changed due to height of CC Bags.
     
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    That's true, I am going to have to cut my stage 1 pipes down some so the cc bags will fit. I talked to Kevin at southern motorworx to. E sure that would not be an issue until I can get some rpw slash pipes and a power commander
     
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    I have Cross Country bags with Audio Lids. Did a full bluetooth set up. JL Audio 400x2 amp, Hertz 6x9, MTX Bluetooth comtroller IMG_1507.JPG IMG_1628.JPG IMG_0395.JPG
     
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    Awesome
     
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    ...I lkie the paint : kinda subtle :) what exhaust and rear signals did you use?
     
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    Conquest Customs Octane Exhaust & HMD520 Bagger Lights that I cut into bag and flush mounted IMG_0522.JPG IMG_0522.JPG
     
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    Thank You Much Appreciated
     
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    Rear signals if I remember right, were from Custum dynamics, a peel n stick strip of LEDs ,,they were bright .
    Exhaust was Slash cut row I think, I used a longer baffle but still were pretty loud lol
     
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    This was it in stock form, sitting n Sarnia Ontario at my Moms
    Sure wish we had kept this bike..... oh well, another now to have fun with
     
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