Motorcycle Types Cruiser Custom Cycle introduces air assisted shocks control (photos)

Custom Cycle introduces air assisted shocks control (photos)

Custom Cycle Control Systems announced today the addition of a revolutionary new product specifically engineered for the bagger market…The B-MAC Bagger Mini Air Control. The B-MAC allows easy access to adjust your bagger air assisted shocks. Accessing and adjusting the rear suspension on an H/D touring bike used to be a difficult task until now.

This mini CNC machined 6061 billet aluminum air compressor mounts to one of the rear shocks and the air lines plug into it so the on board switches can add or release air pressure while you monitor the pressure with the built-in 0/60 psi mini analog gauge. Going from single to two up riding takes only a few seconds to get the air pressure to your desired riding level. B-MAC increases or decreases the stiffness of your shocks and is available for all Harley-Davidson Touring models with air assisted spring shocks. In addition, with the built-in gauge, you can make a mental note on what your psi level is so you can easily go back to your solo riding mode.

The B-MAC is super easy to install…about 15 minutes and you are back up and riding. Each B-MAC kit comes complete with an internal compressor, integrated pressure gauge, built-in easy access switches and quick connect air fittings…everything you need to complete the install in minutes. Its water resistant design is perfect for those that ride in inclement weather and they are manufactured right here in the good ‘ol USA. You won’t find anything from overseas coming out of Custom Cycle Controls. MSRP: $299.95.

Custom Cycle Control also offers a complete series of award winning "Climax Controls" or Complete Climax Hand Control/Handlebar systems. They have a wide variety of handlebar styles, gauge options and grip choices. Need something custom made – call them; they can accommodate just about any custom order. Custom Cycle Control Systems: Creating Simple Solutions to Common Problems.

For those interested in obtaining more information on Custom Cycle Controls, you can reach them at (866) 438-2129, or 702-438-2129.


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