Your bike may sound great with new pipes, but are you really getting everything you wanted? An exhaust system is only one part of your engine’s breathing system. One of the most common tech questions we get asked is “Do I need to remap my exhaust if I add slip-on mufflers?” The honest
We get a fair amount of questions from customers regarding component combinations when it comes to Twin Cam engine components. Most of the questions revolve around the best combination for the everyday rider when it comes to cams, pushrods, lifters and such. And, to tell the truth, th
One thing many of us do in preparation for hot weather is buy an oil cooler. It makes perfect sense, because the oil in an air-cooled engine performs a major role in cooling the engine. Does this mean an oil cooler will enable the oil to do a better job? Well, yeah, sort of — to a poi
Here’s a basic fact about the internal combustion engine: Every single one of them is just a variation of an air pump. As the piston goes down with the valve open, air — mixed with fuel — rushes into the cylinder. As the piston goes up, it’s compressed, spark occurs, power is made, an
All I can think about is what kind of handlebars I want to put on my new bike. It’s not like I need new bars or that mine are uncomfortable. Like most Harley riders, I just want my bike to be different from the other two-dozen Street Bobs rolling around town. Customizing your motorcyc
Reading Your Spark Plugs Provides a Wealth of Information. Have you ever actually taken the time to read your spark plugs? I’m not talking about the gibberish scribbled on the side of the plugs. I’m saying you can read the plug by inspecting the business end. Identifying the condition
Bagger Brackets The final fix for those all too common broken fairing brackets on 96 and newer Streetglides and Electraglides. If your fairing seems to be moving, bouncing, shaking or otherwise, we have the solution. Available only through Boyd Cycles. Call today for more information.