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2014 Indian Motorcycles | Aeromach Dress Up Kits

2014 Indian Motorcycles | Aeromach Dress Up Kits2014 Indian Motorcycles Engine Dress Up Kit

Aeromach USA, located in Charlotte, North Carolina, has released an “Engine Dress Up Kit” for model year 2014 Indian Motorcycles – the Chief Classic, Chief Vintage and Chieftain.

Paul Aiken, managing partner of Aeromach, says “This kit allows proud new Indian owners to make their bikes even more attractive.”

The Engine Dress Up Kit includes chrome and black ABS bolt covers for the engine, transmission, primary cover, belt drive cover, horn cover, turn signals and more. The covers slip over the raw steel fasteners giving the motorcycle a more refined and finished look.

In addition, Aeromach released a Chrome Bolt Kit. The contents replace the raw steel fasteners on the air cleaner, hand controls, headlight/handlebar cover, brake pedal cover and more with chrome plated fasteners.

A CNC-machined billet license plate frame finished in chrome with stainless steel mounting hardware and chrome bolt covers is also available.

For additional information, visit Aeromach.net.

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