Ok so a while back i was tossing up between getting the Mutazu GA hard bags or the Mutazu FY saddlebags.
I decided i liked the FY style, with the lights on top, but i didn't order them from Mutazu, I found the exact same bags on another site for a bit cheaper, and much cheaper shipping.
The Mutazu ones you can see here:
And the Visions Online Gear ones you can see here:
These and the GA are basically the same price, but these are a little smaller, the dimensions for these are :17 long x 5.5 wide x 11.5 high. While the GA bags are: 17 long x 7 1/2 wide x 12 1/4 high.
So the GA ones are 2.5 inches wider, they are the same length, and 3/4 of an inch taller/deeper.
Anyway I ordered the smaller FY style from Visions and then ordered the K&S Saddlebag support kit from Ronayers.com. I went with the smaller ones because i don't need alot of storage, I have a trailer i pull when i need to bring alot of stuff. And I like the style and the lights. I know you can always cut a hole in the GA bags and put in a light, but thats more work lol.
The only issue i had was with the turn signals. I couldn't keep them on so i am using the lights on the bags as turn signals. This is because when i try putting the signals on, they are right where the lights on the bags are and they hit and can't open the bag. I know i could move them forward a bit, but was worried about crowding the passenger area. I couldn't drop the bags down there isn't enough material between where they are and the top of the lid opening.
Anyway I am kinda happy with the way they turned out. The bags have a molding on the one side where the brackets go, the molding doesn't quite match the saddlebag support bars, it's close. I would prefer if they didn't do the molding like that and just did it flush for mounting. The molding is like a small ditch in the plastic where you would think its for the supports and there are two little hole knockouts up top that you can drill out to mount it, but like i said, it doesn't quite match up to the support bolt pattern. I drilled out the forward one, and the rear one i had to drill to the rear of the knockout by like 1/2 inch. But it works.
Like i said, i am happy with the way they turn out and look and the whole setup was cheap thats a plus.
I just wanted to show how these bag look and work and mount. I may post more pics later of the molded side and the holes i drilled for more detail.
Do i recommend these bags, yeah kinda, if you want something a little smaller than the GA bags, and you want a light that's already in the bag. Otherwise go ahead and go the with GA bags.
One quick question: Do the GA bags have a molding for support brackets on one side??? If so, do they line/match up?
Here are pics that i took: