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Motorcycle Bike into Bagger TOTW Saddlebag & Fairing Part 1 of 3

http://www.cruisercustomizing.com/category.cfm?model_id=0&category_ID=3 Part 1 of a 3 part series: Bike into Bagger: Saddlebags In this tip three part tip, Kyle from http://www.cruisercustomizing.com will show how stock bikes can be turned into baggers complete with bags and a fairing. Part 1: Tip Introduction & Saddlebag Explanation. Kyle shows how you can put three different sets of quick detach saddlebags on your motorcycle form budget Saddleman to intermediate National Cycle, and then the premium Mustang covered hardbag set-up. Learn about these three options and then watch the three Saddlebag Installations. Budget: Saddleman Saddlebags with the Saddleman Quick Disconnect System http://motorcycle-accessories.cruisercustomizing.com/search?w=saddleman+quick+disconnect Intermediate: National Cycle Cruise Liner Hard Saddlebags and cruiseliner mounts. Premium: Mustang Covered Hard Saddlebags mounted with Edge Brackets, Easy Brackets, or Saddleman Quick Disconnect Kit. This set-up is the perfect compliment to you Mustang Seat. Part 2: Fairings - Learn how to put a bagger style fairing on your bike for under $500 with Memphis Shades Batwing, as well as how to step it up with the intermediate Sportech fairing by Kuryakyn, and finally... learn the endless options of the premium Kuryakyn Airmaster Fairing. Part 3: Bikes into Baggers: The Ultimate Transformation Watch these bikes be transformed over the next couple weeks... For just about $800 your bike can be transformed in just a matter of hours! Thank you for watching this Cruiser Customizing Tip of the Week. Until Next Week, Take Care & Ride Safe Kyle


 


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Bike into Bagger 2013 Buying Guide TOTW
This Bike into Bagger Buying Guide will outline the motorcycle industry's most popular products which will allow you to convert or transform your standard or naked into a fully functional "bagger." One of the best ways to know what you want "your bagger" to look like is to visit rallies, events, forums, and showrooms to see what style of fairing and saddlebags best suit the look and functionality you are striving to obtain with your bagger build. Luckily, the bagger segment is in full swing and there are hundreds of manufacturers offering fairings, brackets, windshields, saddlebags, audio systems,[CR1] and so much more! Stay tuned as we weed through the hundreds of items and bring you the good, better, and best in bagger options so you can be prepared to get your build on! Fairing Revolution Harley Davidson birthed the bagger in 1969 with the introduction of the fork mounted fairing option on their Electra Glide motorcycles. In the early 2000's the Street Glide and Road Glide began to gain popularity over the Dyna, Road King and Sportsters. It wasn't until 2005 or so that the fairing manufacturers began expanding their offerings from Harley only applications catering to the metric bikes. Hoppe and Dragonfly were leaders in the "bagger revolution" with the highest quality products. In 2010, Memphis Shades released their Batwing Fairing, which attached to their trigger lock mounting system and brought fairings to metric bikes for just about $500. Kuryakyn then released the Sportech line of fairings in the $700 price range. All of a sudden, fairings became obtainable for the average Joe, whether riding a Harley or a Metric motorcycle. Saddlebag Revolution Fitting saddlebags to any bike that does come with saddlebags can be a challenging venture. Finding the correct brackets, the right size bags, throw over, bolt-on, locking hard vs. soft... there is so much to think about and to factor into the equation. Today, we will boil these options down into a good, better best format you can easily follow! Good, Better &Best of Fairings at Cruiser Customizing Our "good" could be your "best"! The "good fairing" here is our most popular fairing and it works for just about every bike out there! It really is the most universal fit fairing with as many, if not more, features and accessories than the other fairings in our lineup. The "all inclusive" nature and hand craftsmanship of the Hoppe Fairing makes it the "best" in this guide. Good = Memphis Shades Batwing @ $560 Shell: $280 and made of black formed acrylic windshield material. Interior: Hollow that allows for use of a windshield bag. Mounting Kit: $145 Trigger Lock Mounting Kit for Quick Release removal Windshield: $75 and available from 5" to 12" and in various colors Trim: $60 and provides stylish custom look for fairing to windshield transition Audio: $400 Hogtunes offers a bolt in stereo kit Watch Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kKOh5liA7s Better = Klock Werks Fairing @ $750 Shell: $650 to $750 Thermoformed crack resistant automotive polymers for perfect fit Interior: Same as above but textured and includes a glove box opening Mounting Kit: $80 Bolt-on model specific mounting kit Windshield: Included 3" black shield Trim: No Klock Werks option, but any FLT trim strips can be used Audio: $499 Made by Hogtunes and is available as an accessory Watch Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGmiRxsXkcA Best = Hoppe Industries @ $800 (Vanillazilla) to $1800 Quazilla Shell: $800 to $1800 top quality hand-layed fiberglass Interior: Fiberglass and abs plastic and most are complete with speakers and stereo Mounting Kit: Included as they are all make / model specific. Windshield: Included 12" clear shield Trim: $89 - $125 - available but not a necessity. Audio: Most have built in audio systems Good, Better, Best of Saddlebags at Cruiser Customizing Saddlebags come in a multitude sizes, shapes and styles. This being a Bagger Guide, we will focus on the good, better, and best in the bolt-on / quick release category. Good = Saddlemen Custom Fit Cruisn' Slant Saddlebag w/ quick release @ $320 Saddlebag: $160 Synthetic saddlebag with a ridged hard back Quick Disconnect Kit: $105 Quarter turn locking fasteners for quick removal Brackets: $55 Universal Bag Support Better = Cycra Hardstreet Saddlebags w/ or w/o Brackets @ $429 to $799 Saddlebag: $499 Cycra ABS injection molded plastic for perfect fit and finish Best = Mustang Seats Hard Covered Saddlebags w/ Easy Brackets @ $915 Saddlebag: $760 Fiberglass saddlebag covered with matching Mustang Seat vinyl Easy Brackets: $155 Strongest and most effective quick release saddlebag bracket Best of the Best = Addition of the NEW Mustang Hard Covered Trunk @ $915 Trunk: $670 Fiberglass covered trunk with matching Mustang Seat vinyl Trunk Bracket: $225 Chrome brackets for mounting trunk to motorcycle Bolt Kit: $20 for mounting brackets to bike and trunk to brackets





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Choosing the Right Motorcycle Luggage by J&P Cycles
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Motorcycle Bike into Bagger TOTW Fairings Part 2 of 3
http://motorcycle-accessories.cruisercustomizing.com/search?w=Fairings+&asu g=&model_id=0&search2=Go Part 2 of a 3 part series: Bike into Bagger: Saddlebags In this tip three part tip, Kyle from www.cruisercustomizing.com will show how stock bikes can be turned into baggers complete with bags and a fairing. Part 2: Fairings - Learn how to put a bagger style fairing on your bike for under $500 with Memphis Shades Batwing, as well as how to step it up with the intermediate Sportech fairing by Kuryakyn, and finally... learn the endless options of the premiumKuryakyn Airmaster Fairing. Last Week: Part 1: Tip Introduction & Saddlebag Explanation. Kyle shows how you can put three different sets of quick detach saddlebags on your motorcycle form budget Saddleman to intermediate National Cycle, and then the premium Mustang covered hardbag set-up. Learn about these three options and then watch the three Saddlebag Installations. Budget: Saddleman Saddlebags with the Saddleman Quick Disconnect System Intermediate: National Cycle Cruise Liner Hard Saddlebags and cruiseliner mounts. Premium: Mustang Covered Hard Saddlebags mounted with Edge Brackets, Easy Brackets, or Saddleman Quick Disconnect Kit. This set-up is the perfect compliment to you Mustang Seat. Part 2: Fairings - Learn how to put a bagger style fairing on your bike for under $500 with Memphis Shades Batwing, as well as how to step it up with the intermediate Sportech fairing by Kuryakyn, and finally... learn the endless options of the premiumKuryakyn Airmaster Fairing. Next Week: Part 3: Bikes into Baggers: The Ultimate Transformation Watch these bikes be transformed over the next couple weeks... For just about $800 your bike can be transformed in just a matter of hours! Thank you for watching this Cruiser Customizing Tip of the Week. Until Next Week, Take Care & Ride Safe Kyle





Cycle Visions Dyna-Baggertail Saddlebag Install Video
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2014 Heavyweight Sport-Tourer Shootout
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Paul Yaffe's Bagger Nation - 6x9 Speaker Lids
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Kuryakyn Garage: Harley Davidson Street Glide Outer Fairing Accents
Transform your stock Harley Davidson outer fairing with these simple to install parts. The parts featured in this video will work on all '96 and UP H-D batwing fairings. UPDATE: The Kuryakyn Bat Lashes are now offered in a lighted version as P/N 7753 For more information or to download the PDF version of the instructions please visit; http://www.kuryakyn.com/Products/3819/Bat-Lashes-Lighted-Bat-Lashes http://www.kuryakyn.com/Products/3872/Bat-Brow http://www.kuryakyn.com/Products/827/Windshield-Trim http://www.kuryakyn.com/Products/819/AirMaster-Windshields





Motorcycle Windshield Buying Guide for 2013 TOTW
http://www.cruisercustomizing.com/ Windshield Buying Guide Windshields may not be the sexiest accessory you can add to your motorcycle, but on a long ride (or even a short one in bug country) having a windshield can make your riding less painful and more enjoyable. Bugs, rain, and windburn are just some of the nuisances that make many bikers pull off the road prematurely. Today, we will walk you through the key windshield elements so you can make the best informed windshield purchase for your particular application. Adding a windshield, or at the very least a deflector of sorts, is a great way to eliminate the aforementioned ailments. Some of the biggest names in motorcycle windshields are Memphis Shades, National Cycle, Kuryakyn, Slip Streamer, and Windvest. While all of these brands make great windshields, they each have very key differentiators. Let's begin with the top 5 things to think about before making your decision: 1 2 3 4 5 Material Mounting Size Style Fitment / Accessories Materials There are two or three basic materials used to make motorcycle windshields: acrylic, polycarbonate and quantum hard coated polycarbonate. What's the difference? - Acrylic is lighter and less expensive but has the tendency to scratch easier. Memphis Shades, Windvest, and Slips Streamer are great examples of acrylic windshields. - Polycarbonate is a clearer and much stronger material than acrylic (see the bat / slingshot / gun tests) and is used by most OEM's, National Cycle and Kuryakyn. - Quantum Coated Polycarbonate has the same strength qualities as standard polycarbonate but is scratch resistant to the point you can "clean it with" with steel wool! National Cycle is the inventor of Quantum Coating and we urge you to watch the scratch test here. Mounting Once you figure out the material that best fits your needs, you need to decide how you want to mount your windshield. Do you want the windshield to be quick release or a permanent fixture of your motorcycle? When it comes to quick release, here are the three most popular options: 1 National Cycle was an industry innovator with the Switchblade Mounting System. This is sleek fork mounted stainless steel spool system which allows you to swap 2up, Chopped, Shorty, or Deflector windshields on and off your bike in "seconds!" Memphis Shades offers fork / triple tree mounting options with their trigger lock mounting kits. These kits polished aluminum kits allow you to purchase additional side plates (polished or black) that allow you to run any of the following: Fats / Slims windshield, Batwing, Bullet, or Gauntlet Fairings. 2 Kuryakyn offers AirMaster quick release mounting kits which merge some of the best features of the two mounting kits above. 3 Size Okay... now to the meat. What size or style of windshield is the perfect for you? It really is pretty simple, but the first thing to remember is that size is more than just windshield height. Key measurements or dimensions to take or at least think about are: ● Height: from bottom of windshield (or headlight cut-out) to top of windshield ○ Perfect height is between your nose and upper lip then arm stretched out Width: Side to side of the windshield at its widest point Headlight Cut-out: Side to side of your headlight You should also look at width, around the headlight, down over the forks. ● ● ● Style Okay... so most windshields are not the sexiest looking accessory... but what style suits your fancy? Here are a few of the most common styles from bigger to smaller: ● ● ● ● The Original "cruiser style" 2up windshield Slims: Same as above but a bit narrower Shorty: Either variation above with a shorter height Deflector: A screen that fork or handlebar mounts and is just above the headlight Fitment Now you are almost there! You have now figured out the perfect style, material, and mounting option for your specific application. But we're not done yet! Are you running an aftermarket lightbar, headlight, handlebar, risers, fork covers... or any other item that has the possibility of interfering with windshield fitment? If so, call a professional at 1-888-857-5417 to examine your options. Accessories Lowers: If after your windshield installation you notice a bit of head / helmet buffeting when on the freeway, you will need to purchase windshield lowers. Often times lowers are brand specific, so choose lowers that not only are specified to fit your motorcycle make / model, but also the brand of windshield you have mounted. Rain Zip: Do you want an anti-fog coating which will literally repel or shed water off of your shield? Rain zip is the product for you! Thank you for checking out this Cruiser Customizing Windshield Buying Guide. You can find all of the products mentioned above at http://www.cruisercustomizing.com/ and can get detailed help by calling our windshield professionals at 1-888-857-5417.





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Motorcycle Fairing Repair on abs plastic - Melting abs plastic Part 2
Part 2 on repairing motorcycle plastics using just a soldering iron, spare abs material and bondo.





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Motorcycle Fairing Repair on abs plastic - Paint Part 4
Prepping, primer and painting the plastics. Painting the fairings after all the prepping. Then I'll be heading off to my friend's paint shop to shoot the final clear coat with a spray gun. The rattle cans end up with too much orange peel.





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