LeoVince Motorcycle Exhaust
Nothing says “Happy Holidays” quite like the growl of a LeoVince exhaust.
The sportiest motorcycle in the 2012 Victory lineup, the Hammer S features muscle-bike styling and a massive, 240mm rear tire.
With blacked-out components, high horsepower from the 106 Freedom engine and dual 300mm brakes, the 2012 Victory Hammer S sets the muscle-car era mood on two wheels.
2012 Honda Race Bike
With the four-stroke Moto3 class to replaced the current two-stroke 125cc Class in FIM Grand Prix racing, Honda will release the 2012 Honda Racing Corporation (HRC) NSF250R in America.
The NSF250R is expected to be in authorized Honda dealers which chose to sell the race machine in February, 2012.
2012 Victory Motorcycle
With it’s introduction in January 2011, the Victory High Ball screamed no-nonsense, bobber style.
From it’s "high" ape hangers to the basic, matte-black paint, the Victory High Ball immediately became the icon of OEM bobbers. And Victory continues this tradition for 2012.
The innovations continue at Drag Specialties Seats for Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Known for such technological advances as solar-reflective leather, Drag Specialties Seats pulls another first with "The Convertible" backrest with built-in seat cover.
BMW R1200GS Exhaust
SuperTrapp has created a direct-fitment slip-on exhaust for 2004-2009 BMW R1200GS motorcycles (p/n 726-81200, MSRP $599.00).
This new SuperTrapp Slip-On boasts a 92dB sound level compared to the stock 87.5dB sound level (per SAE-J1287 off-road sound test). The SuperLight provides a deep, throaty, growling sound.
Harley-Davidson Spring Clutch
Our clutch spring conversion kit for the 1998 – 2011 Harley-Davidson Big Twins includes a CNC machined 6061-T6 billet aluminum pressure plate and two sets of six, heavy-duty coil springs.
Designed to replace the stock diaphragm spring and pressure plate, this spring conversion kit provides a smoother, more controllable clutch engagement.
There is no doubt that the lifeblood of your Harley-Davidson’s Twin Cam engine is its oiling system.
Crucial to oiling yet often overlooked are the piston jets. Located deep inside the Harley-Davidson’s engine cases, it’s hard to verify whether the piston jets are functioning properly…until now.