Jim Nasi Better Looking Touring Solution

If I have a good memory, Arlen Ness was the 1st builder in 93 to offer custom bags. At the time, I bought 2 sets for my customs. Then it was Corbin in a very different style. And during these last 3 years the number of bag kits released, (a total package including the rear fender, side panels and taillight) shows you how big is the market for touring parts and accessories.The most recent offer comes from fellow builder Jim Nasi who is adding to his own kit front side panels and slip-on mufflers. It’s an easy bolt-on affair for all HD 97 and up touring models. Fiberglass bags are deeper, longer and narrower and offer in 2 versions, with or without cut-out for your exhaust. 2 forward panels are provided to streamline the look of your bike. Rear fender is in steel and incorporates a provided license plate holder complete with LED taillight & indicators that you just connect to your stock bike wiring harness. Pretty cool. Jim Nasi Customs.

10 Responses to “Jim Nasi Better Looking Touring Solution”

  1. 1 Mike Greenwald Jun 28th, 2008 at 8:58 am

    I like the look of this package. Having just spent a week riding the dragon and various other wonderful roads, I am unable to tell from the photographs whether or not the lean angle is reduced/sacrificed through the addition of this good looking package.

  2. 2 blueskyrider Jun 28th, 2008 at 11:42 am

    I love the class of Arlen Ness and Jim Nasi.
    Both great examples of 1st class builders, both with the product they sell and just who they
    are as human beings!

  3. 3 Nicker Jun 29th, 2008 at 2:44 am

    Went to the web page but didn’t see the bags.

    Wanted to see some detail on the lid-seal…???

    Sorry, just didn’t have the patience to wait for all the extra graphics to down load.


  4. 4 dick hertz Jun 29th, 2008 at 8:16 am

    Looks like 1 tight turn and those babies would be scuffed up! But they look good.

  5. 5 rodent Jun 29th, 2008 at 10:05 am

    Corbin bags are first class

  6. 6 Dave B. Jun 30th, 2008 at 12:11 am

    Jim’s stuff is always very good looking and usually only a little functionality is lost… I’m thinking the bike may be lowered (air suspension) for these photos, meaning the lean angles are less affected than it appears at first glance. I would certainly ask before using them just to be certain.

  7. 7 Rikki Battistini Jun 30th, 2008 at 1:21 pm

    Great looking Jim keep up the great work.

  8. 8 Gunrunner Jul 2nd, 2008 at 11:54 am

    Great observation Dave B. That bike does have an air suspension – it was at the V-Twin Expo earlier this year.

    All of Jim’s customers are drawn to him because he is a first class guy, and so are his bikes. Not only cool and clean, but most of Jim’s customers ride the rubber off the tires, and no problems… enough said.

  9. 9 sunrider113 Jul 6th, 2008 at 6:19 pm

    jim is a will be class act and you can bet whatever he produces will be top of the line !!!!

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