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Partz: Not left in the dark

New from Drag Specialties is their recently-developed Heavy Duty 32 Amp Charging Kit. Available for 1990–’96 FLT, late ’84–’99 FXST and FLST, ’91–’98 FXD and ’84–’94/’99 FXR models with a 32-amp system, this kit features a thick 0.476″ encapsulated magnetic center rotor (compared to a 0.222″ thick OEM unit). The kit also includes a precision-wound stator and voltage regulator and ...

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Partz: Kicking in style

Indian Motorcycle has just released its fall-winter line of Indian Footwear, which includes two new women’s styles and four new men’s. The women’s include an 8″ tall Black Short Engineer (pictured, second from left) for $189.99 and a 13″ Brown Tall Engineer (pictured, far left) for $249.99. Both feature a burnished suede back panel and an elastic gusset to adjust ...

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Partz: Long-range butt blessing

Blending ergonomic design and superior gel technology with low profile styling, the next generation of motorcycle seats, the RodeMaster ConTour Seat, has just been released by Royal Riding. While premium leather covers, top-grade fiberglass baseplates and powder-coated hardware are standard features on all Royal Riding seats, it’s the ½″ thick viscoelastic molded gel insert combined with the company’s contour-cushioning foam ...

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Partz: Defeating Ol’ Man Winter

Take control of your riding comfort this winter with the new Women’s Heated BTC 12V Quilted Jacket Liner from Harley-Davidson. The built-in temperature controller (BTC) offers three heat settings along with a three-panel heating system. Manufactured from 100-percent nylon with quilted 3M Thinsulate Insulation, stretch panels on the sides and under the sleeves make for less bulk when worn under ...

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Partz: Choppa head

Paying homage to the original tank graphics of Harley’s first factory  “chopper,” the Wide Glide, the new Retro Flame B01 3/4 Helmet captures the influence that iconic model had on the American motorcycling landscape. Bold red flames cascade from front to rear while a gold Bar & Shield logo firmly identifies the product. Snaps are included across the brow for ...

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Partz: Riding with Roman

Roman Keane is a recently-retired Master Sergeant serving with the 75thRanger Regiment. After 23 years and three combat tours, he is eager to relax and see America aboard his Road King. But no sooner does he hit the road than he is honor bound to rescue a woman being kidnapped, leaving destruction for her captors. Such is the premise for ...

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Partz: Shake, rattle and hold—together

As every Shovelhead owner knows, your best friend is a tube of thread locker unless… it’s safety wire. And even though all motorcycle manufacturers are doing everything to lower vibration, some of you like to race and hit it hard—hit it hard long enough, something’s gonna shake loose. CruzTOOLS recently set out to develop a pair of safety wire pliers ...

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Partz: Time and temps

An early leader in the development of on-board analog instrumentation for motorcycles since 2000, Formotion was picked up by the Motor Company in 2003 to supply gauges for Harley direct. Later they developed similar equipment for Victory and then Triumph. Along the way, Formotion ceased to sell their own branded line to the public. Well, that’s all changing with the ...

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Partz: Long-term protection

Designed to fit 2017 FLHT, FLHR, FLHX, FLTRX, FLTRU and FL Trikes is the new Premium Reusable Air Filter for 2017 Touring models by Drag Specialties. A high-flow, four-layer surgical-grade cotton filtration system is wrapped with an epoxy-coated wire mesh and sandwiched between two hand-poured urethane housings that will not crack or curl like rubber. Pre-oiled and fully washable for extended ...

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Partz: Gearbox options

Unlike other aftermarket shifters, the new Heel Shift Lever for Indian Big Twins by Kuryakyn extends beyond the rear of the floorboard rather than resting above it, allowing for full access to the floorboard and not diminishing any boot space. This rearward and slightly lower position of the shifter results in a more natural movement for the rider while providing ...

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