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Diablo Pro Tank Bag

$255.00$318.60

Diablo Pro Tank Bag for motorcycles – includes waterproof Dry Pod liner

Giant Loop’s Diablo Pro Tank Bag (4 liters) delivers rider-friendly features similar to its larger cousin, the Fandango Pro Tank Bag, while remaining true to its minimalist, slim, trim design. Even when standing on the footpegs and riding off-road and trails, this little devil never gets in the way!

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Diablo Pro Tank Bag for motorcycles – includes waterproof Dry Pod liner

Product Description

waterproofGiant Loop’s Diablo Pro Tank Bag (4 liters) delivers rider-friendly features similar to its larger cousin, the Fandango Pro Tank Bag, while remaining true to its minimalist, slim, trim design. Even when standing on the footpegs and riding off-road and trails, this little devil never gets in the way!

“The best hard-core saddlebag and tank-bag solution we’ve found is from Giant Loop…. There are cheaper solutions to carrying stuff, but these American-made pieces have been over mountains and across deserts with no issues.” — Cycle World Magazine

An electronics pass-through enables on-bike charging and power inside the tank bag and/or the clear vinyl map pocket top. Add the BikeMaster Dual USB Port/ Plug Charger for a complete plug-and-play solution!

Includes Giant Loop Tank Bag Harness (also available separately to quickly move Tank Bag from one motorcycle to another). Fuel fills are easily accessed by simply unzipping either side from the harness, and the concave front allows vent hoses to breathe.

Other key features: Full interior lining with hook-and-loop accepting fabric, movable divider with elastic tire pressure gauge holder, exterior mesh pocket and D-ring mounts for new optional Pannier Pockets (2 liters each side).

Two 2-liter Pannier Pockets also can be added to the Diablo Tank Bag’s harness and attach to tank, shrouds or engine guards.

Protect tank and plastics with Giant Loop Vinyl Protective Film.

Specs & Features

  • Electronics pass-through integrated throughout each compartment
  • Full length interior lining with Veltex hook-and-loop accepting fabric (compatible with many camera bag dividers)
  • Movable divider with elastic tire pressure gauge holder
  • Exterior mesh pocket
  • Easy-access clear vinyl map pocket
  • D-ring harness mounts for new optional Pannier Pockets (2 liters each side)
  • Mil-spec materials and hardware
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Made in USA
  • Tank Bag Dimensions: rear 6.5″ tall, front 3.5″ tall, 8″ wide
  • Map Pocket Dimensions: 7″ wide x 9″ long
  • Harness Dimensions: 8.5″ X 12″
  • Volume: 4 liters
  • 22 oz vinyl coated polyester Bomb Shell™ reinforced with foam
  • Slip-Not and clear vinyl top
  • Rubber electronics port
  • Water resistant YKK zipper (bag)
  • Beefy YKK coil zippers (harness)
  • Nylike webbing
  • Reflective accents for visibility

Fits These Models

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Fits virtually any motorcycle make/model — dirt bike, dual sport, enduro, adventure touring and sport bike — with metallic or non-metallic tanks/shrouds.

Instructions & Video

 

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including DBP and DEHP, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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1 review for Diablo Pro Tank Bag

  1. harold

    “The best hard-core saddlebag and tank-bag solution we’ve found is from Giant Loop. Coyote 39-liter saddlebags (www.giantloopmoto.com) attach securely without using heavy metal racks and come with heat shields to protect from the hot muffler. Capacity is huge, and three waterproof liner bags are included. Diablo Pro Tank Bag adds 4 liters up front and has a clear map pocket with a power cord inlet for devices. Zippered base has a fuel-cap cutout, meaning the bag can flip out of the way for easy refueling. There are cheaper solutions to carrying stuff, but these American-made pieces have been over mountains and across deserts with no issues.”
    — ADV Lite, Cycle World Magazine, November 2015

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