Over the years I've use a range of different products and custom parts, here I share with you my current favourites.
Please click around to enjoy this interactive image to learn about the products I'm currently using on my Harley-Davidson DYNA Street Bob.
Maverick air intake is a refined yet aggressive beauty combined with raw power. Certainly not one for the faint hearted!
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2-1 Upsweep are a fantastic all-round high performance pipe system with great looks, fantastic sounds and what most important, improved performance.
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The Café Fairing is an ideal accessory for combining functionality, flexibility to remove and Californian café styling to your ride.
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Harley-Davidson leather panniers are genuine HD parts. Beautiful high quality leather and definitely the most expensive handbags I have or ever will buy! Quality worth paying for.
444 Series Shocks by Progressive Suspension offer a dynamically adjust damping as you ride to soak up the hit making for an ultimately comfortable ride.
The Vance and Hines FP3 Fuelpak Tuning system, when compared to the market, the ability to refine individual changes directly on your iPhone, the simplicity of its use, the magical auto-tune capability and of course the Vance and Hines reputation behind it, made it a no brainer for me.
Read More: FP3 Fuelpak Review
H-D Footwear have done themselves proud with their boot range. Here I'm rocking the Hustin leather boots.are one of my favourites, yet another paid to make H-D proud. I've definitely got little addition with my H-D boots, currently wearing the Hustin, Kirkley, Rosannes [in black and brown] and Balsa grey. They're all suitable for riding and general life so I have no shame!
When clothing has 1 moment to save your skin, it's vital you pick the right kit. For me I've got a few favourites, which includes Draggin Jeans, Bowtex and Bull It. They all over causal clothing looks combined with high levels of protection with kevlar and armour protection.
See more: Draggin Jeans Review
As the core contact point to your ride, I never under value my grips and pegs. I'm riding with Performance Machine grips, which give me great comfort on the hands and grip for the feet along with looking great.
Wrapping gives your ride a totally new look for a fraction of the cost and also protects your paint work. It does take time and patience but it’s so worth it for the finish and bragging rights.
|Model||Dyna Street Bob – FXDB|
|Engine Type||Twin Cam 103|
|Bore Stroke||98.4 mm x 111.1 mm|
|Fuel System||Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)|
|Transmission||Six-speed Cruise Drive|
|Final Drive||Belt, 32/66 ratio|
|Rake Trail||29.0° 4.7 in.|
|Seat Height||26.8 in.|
|Front Suspension||49 mm with polished aluminum fork triple clamp and dual-rate springs|
|Rear Suspension||Coil-over shock|
|Front Brake||Four-piston fixed|
|Rear Brake||Two-piston torque-free floating rear|
|Front Tire||100/90B19 57H|
|Rear Tire||160/70B17 73V|
|Fuel Capacity||4.7 gal.|
|Dry Weight||670 lbs.|