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Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Drag Specialties & Parts Unlimited

Drag Specialties & Parts Unlimited Showcase 2017 Part 3

TechnoResearch: Mark Boler, left, with former Magneti Marelli Senior Powertrain Controls and Software Engineer Sandro Scaccia – Drag Specialties picked up distribution of the Detroit based fuel injection and performance tuning specialist two years ago. The program includes the ‘Tune Builder’ mapping tool, ‘Direct Link’ flash tuner, ‘Centurion’ branded Super Pro and Super Pro Plus diagnostic tool systems, and the ‘Maximus’ tuner - described as the “most advanced, easy-to-operate single-user flash tuning tool for all fuel injected Harley-Davidsons”;


Pertronix: Former Performance Machine and Vance & Hines man Mark Finnie (center) is now CEO at the San Dimas, California based manufacturer that bought the Spyke and Compu-Fire starter product lines from Billy McAhill two years ago. Seen here with Ian Morier, left, and Jim Hairston, the company is on the new products trail with big plans for the retooled product lines;


RAM Mounts: Jake Cook, Powersports Account Manager, shows a versatile range of mounting bases for most styles of bikes and desired mounting location. Each base connects to their patented double ball and socket design, backed by a lifetime warranty. RAM Mounts, owned by National Products Inc., offers made in the USA universal and custom solutions and is based in Seattle, Washington. RAM Mount system was introduced in 1992 and offers “thousands of modular products for any adventure” and “an innovative and versatile modular approach to managing a rider’s “creature comforts,” centered on a system that revolves around an elastomeric rubber ball, incorporating a non-slip feature and shock and vibration dampening”;


Speed Merchant/EMD: Speed Merchant’s Jess Franco (left) with French manufacturer Nicolas Pigeyre. Speed Merchant are U.S. importers for the French made EMD range and head up Drag Specialties’ exclusive distribution of the EMD and their own Speed Merchant parts and accessories programs;;


LA Choppers: Along with metric and Harley custom accessories vendor Baron, Huntington Beach, California based LA Choppers is owned by precision manufacturer Tolemar. Stylish Fusion line branded CNC-machined hard parts and accessories include covers, grips, risers, top clamps, pegs, and air cleaners in a range of finishes, plus Fusion exhaust systems for Sportsters and Tourers;


Rick’s Motorsport Electrics: The Hampstead, New Hampshire based specialist manufacturer has come a long way in the past 20 plus years. Internationally recognized as a manufacturer and distributor of quality electrical motorsport parts and components, Drag Specialties offer their dealers access to new (not exchange or re-conditioned) high performance Rick’s rectifiers/regulators that are built to exceed OEM specifications, available as cost-effective replacements. A direct replacement for the stock item on ‘88-’99 Evo Big Twins and ‘84-’89 Big Twins, they come with the factory plug ends for an easy install. Part of their market-leading ‘Hot Shot’ series, they feature MOSFET (metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistor) technology, so they run cooler than OE, which equates to a longer lasting, more durable design. Rick’s is also offering a new line of H-D regulators that are made in the USA to OEM specs;


Arlen Ness Enterprises: Product Specialist Bill Brazzillo (left) - recent new parts include the M-8 ‘Big Sucker’ air cleaners, “Monster Sucker” 90-degree air cleaner kit, also featuring their award-winning, patented Big Sucker hidden breather technology (“with more filter surface than any other aftermarket 90-degree design currently available”), intricately machined forged billet aluminum construction speaker grills (also available in 10-Gauge, deep cut and beveled with a black anodized or chrome finish), CNC-machined billet aluminum gauge and matching billet dash accessories, windshield trim, horn kit, and more;