New Product Launch: Lowbrow Customs Knurled & Beck Grips
- Written By: Lowbrow Customs
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We are extremely excited to announce two new styles of grips to the Lowbrow Customs Line up, Knurled and Beck grips. Grips are one of the easiest ways to make your bike stands out from the crowd and changing them out is extremely easy. Check out www.lowbrowcustoms.com/grips for all our styles we carry.Knurled Grips: The knurled bands encircling this timeless design have been scientifically calculated to allow the proper channeling of sweat from your palms equally well when whiteknuckling around the track or putting along through the desert, all the while providing you with the security and style that one desires from a motorcycle handgrip. In addition, they look the part while your bike is parked, anxiously awaiting your return. Available in 1" and 7/8" for only $19.95 - Get a gnarly grip!
Beck Grips: From the annals of motorcycle history, Beck Grips have been brought back in modern, injection-molded Krayton rubber to fit the make and model motorcycle of your choice. Straight black or marbled, whichever suits your fancy, this narrow profile grip looks right at home on vintage motorcycles as well as custom bikes of all eras and styles. Available in 1" and 7/8' for only $19.95
- By ChopCult News
- March 10, 2019
- March 10, 2019
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- By Noot's World
- March 8, 2019
- March 8, 2019
These pipes are small diameter 1 1/2".... I guess back in the day, the factory felt the K Model 750cc side valves worked best with these smaller diameter headers? Similar sized to the ports, etc. I always like the big, free flowing straight pipes, but so far, this thing seems extra responsive and hopefully it will help bring back some low end to this thing . . ? Factory stock early Sportster muffler. It's got a set of -60R KR heads on it, and I resleeved the cylinders, new valves, guides, etc. The Delorto PHM38 is my new carb-of-choice (if you don't want to run an M53 Linkert). I haven't really rode it around yet, so I'm sure I'll have some tuning issues coming up. Hopefully not - is always nice ! I added my set of -60 aluminum wheels (I'd been saving for who know what?) and figured I may as well start using some of this stuff.... One thing is for sure, H-D made some pretty neat bikes back with the Ks and early Sportsters. Some of the neatest lookin' if done right.