The SW-MOTECH Blaze Sport Saddlebag System is a lightweight aerodynamic luggage kit that adds 42 liters of storage to the Triumph Street Triple R and Daytona 675. Durable 1680 Ballistic Nylon construction maintains a low profile while the sleek bags are stabilized by stainless steel support arms to prevent movement at high speeds. The simple mounting set up allows removal of almost every part of the kit to retain a stock looking appearance for local cruising. Simply unstrap the hook and loop top strap, unbuckle the bags from the peg mounts and un-clip the support arms from the pegs. The versatile blaze system also expands for 7 additional liters of space per bag. Simply unzip the expansion compartment and each bag pops out for a total capacity of 42 liters!
The German designers at SW-MOTECH created this system to securely carry your gear while touring on some of today's fastest sport bikes without adding much weight or sacrificing handling. Enjoy every ride and bring more than a toothbrush and hair gel with the blaze sport saddlebag system!
- 14 Liters per bag with zippered expansion to 21 liters per bag
- Tough semi-rigid 1680 Ballistic-Nylon construction
- Lightweight & aerodynamic luggage system is designed for sport touring
- Designed specifically for the Triumph Street Triple RX & Daytona 675
- Stainless steel support rods stabilize bags at speed while preventing tire contact
- Quick-Lock support brackets permit swift system removal and mounting
- Top loading main zippered compartments
- Side zip accessory pockets
- High quality RC-Fuse Zippers throughout (RC-Fuse Video)
- Designed and engineered in Germany
- Reflective piping
- 2 Year warranty
What's in the box:
- Left & right blaze saddlebags
- Mounting hardware
- Waterproof inner bags
- Installation instructions
- This product was designed for use with the original exhaust system (OEM). Any damage resulting from use in combination with non-OEM exhaust systems is not covered by the manufacturer warranty.
Watch the video below for step-by-step instructions on how the Sport Panniers system works.
- Review by Jesse