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Tuesday, 10 October 2017

Drag Specialties NVP Part 5


Memphis Shades: Made in aircraft grade Lucite and designed to be looked over, Memphis Shades’ spoiler windshield diffuses the air stream, effectively slowing the flow, without buffeting, and is available in 5”, 6.5” and 9” heights, mounting to their popular Batwing fairings with the existing hardware;

Revolution Performance: The Plymouth, Wisconsin based specialist’s bolt-on Big Bore Kits “are the best, most reliable way to increase horsepower and torque,” with power gains of up to 25 percent claimed, “just by bolting in our cylinders and pistons.” Made from aluminum with nickel silicon carbide plated bores “our cylinders are lighter, with 10 x better wear resistance and tighter clearances than the OEM cylinder.” Monster big bore kits, crankshaft and cylinder head services also available;


ASA/Jensen: The latest news from the Elkhart, Indiana based audio specialists includes a follow-up to its award-winning HD1BT525 Harley-Davidson replacement stereo package with the addition of an adaptor ring install 6.5-inch speaker option. “Combine these new speakers with the already incredible HD1BT stereo, featuring Bluetooth, Sirius XM capabilities and a USB port, and we have one awesome package of in your-face beauty. It doesn’t only sound excellent, but it is aesthetically built to look great installed in a Harley,” says the company’s Jordan Lucas;


Magnum Shielding: Launched earlier this year, the Pittsford, New York based specialist has scored a home-run with its new ‘Caliber’ 1 1/4” handlebar kits, with 12”, 14” and 16” height options for select Bagger and Ape Hanger styles. Described as the industry’s only complete kit, Magnum combines its signature ‘Sterling Chromite’ and ‘Black Pearl’ matching braided brake lines and control cables with premium quality chrome plated or black powder coated ‘Caliber’ handlebars. The kits include all needed ABS or non-ABS brake lines, control cables, washers, hardware and terminated wiring extensions, and the bars are pre-loaded with E-Z pull-thru sleeving to make internal wiring easy;


Arlen Ness: Recent new product introductions from the legendary Dublin, California based parts designer and manufacturer include hand finished steel winged stretched gas tank designs for 2008 and up stock Touring model and custom Bagger applications. With a 6-gallon (U.S.) capacity, the “smooth flowing design gives factory tourers a custom look and more improved leg clearance than any other stretched tank available.” They ship with a steel dash, rubber trim and all the necessary hardware;


Le Pera: Design meets craftsmanship in the hands of the North Hollywood, California based seats specialist’s craftsmen and women. The company says that every one of its seats can be made in the popular black and white combination - including the 2” set back ‘Daddy Long Legs’ version for taller riders. All Le Pera seats feature a powder-coated steel base plate, a specially poured high-density “Marathon” molded foam foundation and double-stitched, handcrafted cover with bonded polyester thread for durability;


Daytona Twin Tec: The latest addition to Allen Alvarez’ Daytona Twin Tec team is Electronics Engineer Dave Celsnak (seen here on the left). Recent new products include Twin Tuner II, which retains all the features of the original Twin Tuner and now includes ignition timing and control capability. Twin Tuner II easily adjusts the OEM Delphi fuel injection and ignition to match the requirements of installed performance parts, including high- compression pistons/heads, camshafts, free-flowing exhausts, and low-restriction air filters;

J.W. Speaker: Based in Germanstown, Wisconsin, J.W. Speaker specialize in building the technology behind the Adaptive Series headlight, the “world’s first dynamically adaptive motorcycle headlight, representing a genuine evolution in motorcycle headlights.” Designed to address the issues of lighting blind spots created by fixed lights when a motorcycle is leaning or cornering, they use onboard sensors and advanced electronics to calculate bank angles on a real-time basis, automatically directing the light array up or down as the motorcycle leans;