The Riot Collection

Born from the dirt. Built to raise hell. The all-new Kuryakyn Riot collection features authentic motocross styling for steadfast stability, traction, and control to run wild on or off-road.

Kuryakyn Riot Collection

Riot Footpegs and H-D Shift Peg in satin silver

The traditional MX-styled designs deliver the essential support aggressive riders need to rip up the streets, tracks or trails. Constructed from durable single aluminum castings with a serrated-tooth top surface for surefooted grip and rugged style, with specially coated bead-blasted satin silver or satin black textured finishes that are extremely resilient.

Kuryakyn Riot Collection

Riot Mini Boards (highway peg location), Footpegs and H-D Shift Peg

Riot Pegs and Mini Boards accept model-specific splined adapters (sold separately) for precise angle adjustment on Harley-Davidson®, Indian®, Victory® and a wide range of metric models. The Mini boards also offer forward, center or rear positioning of the adapters for ideal placement. Riot Shift Pegs are available in two applications as a direct replacement for all H-D shift levers, the shift peg location on Indian big twins, as well as the shift and brake peg location on Indian Scouts and select Victory models including the Octane.

Kuryakyn Riot Collection

Available in specially coated bead-blasted satin silver or satin black finishes

Coming soon to the Riot collection are direct-replacement H-D driver floorboards, as well as grips for dual-cable or fly-by-wire H-D models, plus universal 7/8″ and 1″ handlebars for Indian Scouts, Victory Octanes, select metric models and Can-Am Spyders.

For more fitment information and to view complete Riot collection, visit www.kuryakyn.com/riot.

Kuryakyn Riot Collection

Riot Mini Boards are ideal for bikes equipped with forward controls, highway/cruise peg mounts or passenger peg mounts. Accept model-specific splined adapters in forward, center or back mounting locations for rider-preferred placement.

Kuryakyn Riot Collection

The Riot Shift & Brake Peg fits the shift and brake peg location on Indian Scout and select Victory models including the Octane, as well as the brake peg location on Indian big twins.

Kuryakyn Riot Collection

Riot Footpegs accept model-specific splined adapters available for H-D, Indian, Victory and a wide range of metric, Triumph and Can-Am Spyder models.

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Sprint Build Battle Spotlight: Tytlers Cycle

Don’t tell the folks at Tytlers Cycle that a show bike can’t be a daily rider. Or vice versa. We affectionately dubbed their Sprint Build Battle entry “F³” as it combines form, function and finesse into one strikingly sexy package. Their focus was to build a bike that’s “equally at home carving up your favorite roads, or turning heads at bike night.” Mission accomplished. From fender to fender this bike has it all. Clean, classy and loaded with plenty of chrome components that look right at home paired with the deep burgundy metallic paint and subtle silver headdress on the tank. Read more about their inspiration below and vote for your favorite entry in the Sprint Build Battle at www.kuryakyn.com/sprint-battle.

KURY: What was the inspiration behind your Sprint Scout build design?

TYTLERS: For anyone that has had a chance to ride the Scout, you know how impressive the performance is from this machine. The Sprint Signature Series from John Shope and Kuryakyn really allowed us to complement the performance of the Scout with bold visual lines. When the original Scout was introduced in 1919, it was reliable, fast and agile. It caused a lot of people to start riding motorcycles. With our build we wanted to play on a lot of those same great qualities in the new Scout. It puts a smile on your face while you twist the throttle and causes you to stop and look back at it when you walk away.

KURY: What is the one design feature your team is most proud of?

TYTLERS: We are very happy with the visual balance of the bike. The Sprint Signature Series accessories do a lot of the heavy lifting in changing the attitude of the motorcycle. We wanted to build on those accessories with subtle changes that enrich the look without being distracting. The accessories were selected based on their solid look, which worked together nicely with the bold lines of the Sprint accessories. The Crusher exhaust visually helps draw the eyes through the bike while providing a great v-twin soundtrack. No iPod needed with this ride. Finally, we tied it all together with custom chrome badges, chrome wheels and burgundy metallic paint.

KURY: What do you like about the Kuryakyn Signature Series Sprint parts?

TYTLERS: One of the biggest challenges that can exist with accessories, particularly body panel accessories, is issues with fit and finish. When those types of issues exist, it is time consuming to fix and can leave clients disappointed with the final product. The Kuryakyn Sprint Signature Series parts are a completely different story. Right out of the box these parts are ready to go with no fitment issues at all. For a little investment you can really change the look of your ride with a truly high quality product from Kuryakyn.

KURY: Tell us about your dealership – why should riders visit your store?

TYTLERS: Located between Green Bay and Appleton, Tytlers Cycle is Northeast Wisconsin’s home for Indian Motorcycle, Ducati, BMW and Victory Motorcycles. We are proud to represent Kuryakyn products in our showroom and on many of our project bikes. We have certified technicians in all the brands we carry. If you are looking to take the performance of your ride to the next level, we are a DynoJet-certified tuning center with an onsite dyno room. We work every day to build a better motorcycle shop for our clients. Whether you are new to riding or a seasoned rider, we are here to provide the gear, accessories, service and, most important, the best client experience we can for our clients.

Visit www.tytlerscycle.com for more info, and don’t forget to vote for your favorite Sprint Build Battle entry at www.kuryakyn.com/sprint-battle.

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Sprint Build Battle Spotlight: Rollin’ Fast

Rollin’ Fast Cycle Sports brought the signature New Jersey mean-muggin’ attitude to the party with their Sprint Build Battle entry. Keeping the design geared toward a brawler of a café racer and naked street bike combo, this is an all-business scoot built to rip. Wrapped pipes, MX-styled bars, a stunningly aggressive two-tone paint with immaculate gold flake and matching powder coated factory covers all guarantee this bike will stand out whether cruisin’ the Jersey Shore or bombin’ through Brick City. Read more about their inspiration behind the build below, and don’t forget to vote for your favorite Sprint Build Battle entry at www.kuryakyn.com/sprint-battle.

KURY: What was the inspiration behind your Sprint Scout build design?  

RF: American muscle naked street bike, combining some attributes of café racer and bobber styles.


KURY: What is the one design feature your team is most proud of? 

RF: Combination of the raw and refined look in one. A single feature does not outshine the next, all components are in perfect balance.

KURY: What do you like about the Kuryakyn Signature Series Sprint parts? 

RF: The Sprint Signature Series features a sport look that lets you change the overall appearance of the Scout and yet still be cost-effective.

KURY: Tell us about your dealership – why should riders visit your store? 

RF: Love for the brands we sell, which equates to an enthusiastic point-of-view when dealing with a consumer. Customer service, we feel this is key factor to the longevity of our business and our continued success.  Last but not least, our  custom project bikes.  Taking an OEM motorcycle and giving it a personal look, whether it be for our showroom floor or for a customer looking for a truly unique ride to call their own.

Visit www.rollinfast.com for more info, and vote for your favorite Sprint Build Battle entry at www.kuryakyn.com/sprint-battle.

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Sprint Build Battle Spotlight: Lynnwood Motoplex

Lynnwood Motoplex (Northsound Indian Motorcycle) took us back in time with their Sprint Build Battle entry. Their crew channeled its inspiration from the old Indian 841 produced from 1941 to 1943 that specialized in desert warfare. However, Lynnwood’s build incorporates a slew of modern amenities to wage war on the streets and hilly terrain of the Pacific Northwest. Raised suspension for plenty of ground clearance, Progressive Suspension 444 Series Shocks, and custom spoke rims with aggressive racing tires makes this green machine a true road warrior in disguise. Read more about their inspiration below, and don’t forget to vote for your favorite entry at www.kuryakyn.com/sprint-battle.

KURY: What was the inspiration behind your Sprint Scout build design?

LM: My inspiration was to bring back the old military look of the 30’s and 40’s, but make the bike a modern rider’s bike.  We actually raised the suspension and put custom wheels and racing tires on it so this bike can really corner. We wanted this to be a rider’s bike. It has massive ground clearance so nothing can scrape, yet plush Progressive Suspension shocks so you could ride this thing all day! We also added a 9-inch L.E.D. headlight and loud exhaust to give the rider added safety.

KURY: What is the one design feature your team is most proud of?

LM: We are most proud of the rear fender and sub-frame.  We raised the entire motorcycles suspension by 2 inches, but lowered the rear frame and fender 3 inches to give it that low, custom look. But in reality the bike is actually taller. We then removed the factory location of the rear taillight and smoothed the entire fender so it had that old-school look.

KURY: What do you like about the Kuryakyn Signature Series Sprint parts?

LM: The Sprint Signature Series parts are really easy to install.  They need zero modifications and really have a nice look.  They are also really affordable for the “average Joe.” Anybody could grab these accessories from my dealership for a really affordable price and give their bike a fully custom look.

KURY: Tell us about your dealership – why should riders visit your store?

LM: We feel like Lynnwood Motoplex is the Northwest’s flagship Indian Motorcycle dealership. Our staff rides these bikes, builds these bikes and lives this brand. We do several builds a year to show riders what can be done with these bikes. We carry the full selection of Indian Motorcycle parts and accessories as well as other brands like Kuryakyn. Our service department is top notch with several technicians that have the highest training Indian Motorcycle offers. When riders entire my store, they can rest assured knowing they found the one-stop shop for all of their Indian motorcycle needs… and the most knowledgeable staff!

Visit www.northsoundindianmotorcycle.net/ for more info, and vote for your favorite Sprint Build Battle entry at www.kuryakyn.com/sprint-battle.

 

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Sprint Build Battle Spotlight: Coastal Indian

Coastal Indian & Victory is perhaps the most seasoned of the Sprint Build Battle contestants, with a long history of getting their custom bikes some ink on the pages of the industry’s most popular rags. They kept their Scout design clean with a classic two-tone paint scheme that harkens back to the Indians of old, incorporating dark brandywine and cream on the Sprint Signature Series Cafe Fairing, Chin Spoiler and Front Fender, as well as the stock tank and rear fender. Top it all off with a gleaming set of Crusher Maverick 2.5″ Slip-Ons and you’ve got a bike that simply oozes class from every angle. Read more about their inspiration below, and don’t forget to vote for your favorite entry at http://www.kuryakyn.com/sprint-battle.

KURY: What was the inspiration behind your Sprint Scout build design?

COASTAL: Two Tone Retro Paint giving our Scout the Indian of old Paint Treatment

KURY: What is the one design feature your team is most proud of?

COASTAL: The Kuryakyn Nose Fairing with our Two Tone Paint

KURY: What do you like about the Kuryakyn Signature Series Sprint parts?

COASTAL: The ease of Install; everything in the Sprint Signature Series for the Indian Scout platform fits like it came from the OEM.

KURY: Tell us about your dealership – why should riders visit your store?

COASTAL: Coastal Indian is located in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, about 10 miles South Of Myrtle Beach. We have a long 13-year history of custom bike builds landing of us on the pages of the top biker magazines across the world.  Stop in and check out one of several custom Indians on our showroom floor, and find out more at  www.CoastalIndian.com.

Vote for your favorite entry in the Sprint Signature Series Build Battle at http://www.kuryakyn.com/sprint-battle.

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Sprint Build Battle Spotlight: Bison Thunder Motorcycle

Bison Thunder Motorcycle

Bison Thunder Motorcycle (BTM) is no stranger to showing off their shop’s skills when it comes to bike-build competitions. Fresh off competing in Victory Motorcycles’ “Operation Octane,” the new dealership just north of the Twin Cities in St. Michael, Minnesota stepped up to the plate and once again did not disappoint. Their entry in our Sprint Signature Series Build Battle blends classic Indian Motorcycle heritage with a touch of modern flare in a design that’s fit for the new Scout platform. A true team effort, read all about what inspired their crew below. And remember to vote for your favorite build at http://www.kuryakyn.com/sprint-battle.

KURY: What was the inspiration behind your Sprint Scout build design?

BTM: We wanted to maintain a nostalgic look that speaks to the true Indian Motorcycle heritage. We kept the original Indian Red color but changed the gloss finish to a flat finish. The spoke-wire rims also add a little of the nostalgic look to the Scout.

KURY: What is the one design feature your team is most proud of?

BTM: The entire Bison Thunder Motorcycle team provided input into the design of the Sprint Signature Series-themed bike, and their best ideas were incorporated into the final design. In the paint scheme, we mirrored the accents from the Signature Series parts onto additional areas of the bike and incorporated the BTM logo. We added black Kuryakyn Crusher exhaust and had the chrome heat shields ceramic coated black to match the pipes.

KURY: What do you like about the Kuryakyn Signature Series Sprint parts?

BTM: As BTM installed the Sprint Signature Series parts the team felt that they were easy to install and fit as described. They also felt that the products are made and presented well on this bike. As the BTM team views the results of this project, they take pride in that they worked together to develop a unique vision for this Indian Scout, and more important were able to deliver on that vision.

KURY: Tell us about your dealership – why should riders visit your store?

BTM: BTM is a destination Indian & Victory motorcycle dealership in St. Michael, MN. From our facility, to our services, to our products, we are unique and second-to-none in our region. We offer a relaxed and fun experience to our customers while also offering them the largest selection of bikes, accessories, apparel, and services in the region.

Visit http://bisonthundermotorcycle.com/ for more info.

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ALL-NEW MESH COLLECTION

Get ready, because Kuryakyn is kicking off 2017 with a first-quarter new product release schedule that’s unprecedented in our 28-year history. And leading the charge is the debut of our most comprehensive product line to-date—the all-new “Mesh” collection.

Kuryakyn Mesh Collection

Just a small sample of the Kuryakyn Mesh collection.

The Mesh collection is loaded with more than 50 direct-replacement components for Harley-Davidson® Dyna™, Softail™, Sportster™ and Touring models. The entire product line incorporates multi-piece construction throughout. Most parts utilize a three-piece design integrating chrome or satin black aluminum outer frames with a satin black aluminum baseplate that’s exposed through satin black or chrome stainless steel mesh panels. The construction method and resulting look is unlike anything available, and unlike anything Kuryakyn has ever developed.

Kuryakyn Mesh Collection

Each Mesh accessory easily disassembles to let end users apply custom finishes to the frame, baseplate or steel mesh screen.

“We worked to really dial in the Mesh design to be a hybrid of mechanical and industrial aesthetics,” said Kuryakyn Director of Product Management Matt Leisch. “This is one of the largest product collections we’ve ever rolled out. The rugged style combined with ease of installation and customization will appeal to not only core Kuryakyn customers, but also the emerging group of riders and builders who want that raw, edgy look for their bikes.”

Visible socket-head cap screws add a rugged, mechanical appearance and securely fasten the components in place. The multi-piece designs easily disassemble for unlimited custom finish options by end users, as the baseplates, stainless steel mesh panels and frames can be all be painted or coated to match any color theme.

Kuryakyn Mesh Collection

Mesh Derby Covers available for XL, Twin Cam and Milwaukee-Eight platforms.

Kuryakyn Mesh Collection

Mesh Turn Signal Bezels for bullet-style signals, & Rear Caliper Cover for Dynas & Softails.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Included in the collection are bolt-on derby, timing and master cylinder covers for XL, Twin Cam and Milwaukee-Eight platforms, as well as caliper covers for FX and FL models. Mesh dash inserts, fuel doors, saddlebag hinge covers and fairing vent accents are a handful of highlighted offerings for bagger models.

Kuryakyn Mesh Collection

Mesh Front Caliper Cover for H-D Touring.

Kuryakyn Mesh Collection

Mesh Dash Insert & Fuel Door for H-D Touring.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Multi-fit components include Mesh gas caps and L.E.D. fuel and battery voltage gauges available for tanks equipped with screw-in caps and/or illuminated fuel gauges. Rounding out the multi-fit accessories are replacement bezels for bullet and flat-style turn signals.

Kuryakyn Mesh Collection

Mesh Front Pulley Cover for Sportster models.

Kuryakyn Mesh Collection

Mesh L.E.D. Fuel & Battery Voltage Gauge.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Mesh collection has plenty to offer whether creating a full custom theme or complementing other aftermarket accessories. For more information and to view the entire line, visit www.kuryakyn.com/mesh.

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New for ’15-’17 H-D Softail & ’14-’16 Touring: Trigger & Zombie Levers

Select ’15-’17 Harley-Davidson® Softail™ and ’14-’16 Touring owners now have new custom lever options thanks to fitment updates from Kuryakyn.

Kuryakyn Trigger Levers for Harley-Davidson

P/N 1835 Chrome Trigger Levers for ’15-’17 Softail

Trigger Levers – New for ’14-’16 Touring & ’15-’17 Softails
Kuryakyn Trigger Levers incorporate an extended “trigger” to provide maximum leverage. The rider’s normal hand placement allows both index fingers to fall naturally into place and utilize the trigger for comfortable and controlled operation. Made from A380 aluminum available in chrome or gloss black finishes, these are the perfect levers for riders with small hands.

  • P/N 1835 – Chrome, 1836 – Gloss Black
    Fits: ’15-’17 Softail Models (except ’15 FLSTNSE, ’16-’17 FLSS, FLSTFBS & FXSE)
  • P/N 1843 – Chrome, 1844 – Gloss Black
    Fits: ’14-’16 Electra Glides, Street Glides, ’15-’16 Road Glides & ’14 FLHRSE CVO Road Kings

MSRP: $69.99

Additional H-D fitments available: www.kuryakyn.com/products/115/trigger-levers

Kuryakyn Trigger Levers for Harley-Davidson

P/N 1844 Gloss Black Trigger Levers for ’14-’16 Harley Touring

 

Zombie Levers – New for ’15-’17 Softails

Kuryakyn Zombie Levers for Harley-Davidson

P/N 1842 Gloss Black Zombie Levers for ’15-’17 Harley-Davidson Softails

The ergonomic design of Kuryakyn Zombie™ Levers serves up a sinister combination of style, comfort and control. A dished back coupled with contoured finger grooves provides minimized reach and high leverage. Cast from A380 aluminum available in chrome or gloss black finishes with included chrome Zombie and Grooved medallions.

  • P/N 1841 – Chrome, P/N 1842 – Gloss Black
    Fits: ‘15-’17 Softail Models (except ’15 FLSTNSE, ’16-’17 FLSS, FLSTFBS & FXSE)
    MSRP: $99.99

Additional H-D and metric cruiser fitments available: www.kuryakyn.com/products/112/zombie-levers

Kuryakyn Zombie Levers for Harley-Davidson

P/N 1841 Chrome Zombie Levers for ’15-’17 Harley-Davidson Softail

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1K In A Day: An Ode to the Iron Butts

 

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Leo’s Road Glide “Angry Alice” is outfitted with Crusher Power Cell headers, Maverick 4″ Slip-Ons and the Maverick Pro intake, as well as handfuls of Kuryakyn essentials

Ever ride 1,000 miles in 24 hours or less? According to the Iron Butt Association, more than 60,000 of you “officially” have (though we’d wager that number is much higher). A true test of focus, perseverance and endurance, becoming a certified Iron Butt member is the ultimate display of a pure passion for long-distance motorcycle riding.

Kuryakyn and Crusher Performance brand ambassador Leo (@lm4photo on Instagram) recently completed his THIRD certified Iron Butt ride back in August. Upon his return, he shared with us the highlights of his quest – along with the amazing photos below for your enjoyment. But first, read what he had to say about the journey… his words below perhaps sum it up best:

“The 1k in a day ride will definitely take determination and discipline to accomplish, but the journey will also teach you that you can achieve anything if you chose to stick to your goals. There will be plenty of time for life reflection, thinking over tough decisions, and finding out what you’re made of. The joy and feeling of accomplishment when that odometer rolls over ONE THOUSAND MILES will outweigh any pain that you set aside to finish something important to you.”

Leo (left) and Kyle in Joplin, MO

Leo (left) and Kyle in Joplin, MO

Our trip started from two separate starting points Kyle (@kaustin202 on Instagram) started from Vandalia, IL, on his 2003 H-D Road King Classic. He traveled west on I-70 to St Louis MO, then west on I-44 to Joplin, MO.  Leo started from Cape Girardeau, MO, on his 2016 H-D Road Glide Special. Leo headed south to US-60 then traveled west to Springfield, MO, before hitting I-44 west to Joplin, MO. The thousand-mile trip was certified through Curtis Morgan of
WWW.RIDE1K-INADAY.COM (@ride1k_inaday on Instagram)

Paying respects to the victims of the Oklahoma City bombing

Paying respects to the victims of the Oklahoma City bombing

After meeting in Joplin, refueling, and a small breakfast we continued to head west on I-44 into Oklahoma City, OK. We decided to take a break from the ride to visit the Oklahoma Bombing memorial and pay respects to the innocent folks that lost their lives.

A stop at the famous Cadillac Ranch to check out the old iron art

A stop at the famous Cadillac Ranch to check out the old iron art created by a group of hippies from San Francisco called “The Ant Farm”

Our trip then resumed by heading west on I-40. We traveled west into Amarillo, TX and stopped at the world famous Cadillac Ranch, wasn’t what either of us expected but nonetheless an awesome sight and even cooler story about how it came to be.

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Ominous skies ahead

Our journey continued west on I-40 on into New Mexico where we ran into our only real obstacle on the trip, a HUGE thunderstorm directly in our path and it was only building in strength, so we decided to wait it out for a while in hopes that it would pass. We waited out the rainstorm for about an hour, it slowly moved to the south of us, we donned the rain suits and prepared to ride through the tail end of it. As we merged back onto I-40 and hammered down to knock out the last few miles, the storm moved out of our way and we only had a few wet spots on the roadway as we completed the 1K in a day with no incidents and time to spare.

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Leo hammers down and carves through New Mexico

We completed our day by riding another 100 miles into Albuquerque, NM where we found lodging for the night, ending our day with approximately 1100 miles each. This is my 3rd certified Ironbutt ride of 1000 miles in 24 hours. All Kuryakyn and Crusher Performance products performed flawlessly and, as you can see from the pics, looked great the entire time too.

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Leo (left) and Kyle

Leo (left) and Kyle

 

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Find out more information how you can get become a member of the IRON BUTT ASSOCIATION.

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Crusher Maverick Slip-Ons for Victory Octane

Crusher Maverick 2.5" Slip-Ons for Victory Octane

P/N 603: Crusher Maverick 2.5″ Slip-Ons for Victory Octane

Increased performance, hard-hitting exhaust notes and aggressive styling make Crusher® Maverick 2.5” Slip-Ons a perfect match for the new Victory® Octane™.

Crusher’s principal entry for the Victory Motorcycles segment delivers a proven surge in bolt-on power and overall performance for the speed-inspired Octane. Third-party dyno results produced a 6.5-percent horsepower increase along with an additional 3 ft lbs of max torque without intake, header or fuel-mapping modifications.*

Crusher Maverick 2.5" Slip-Ons for Victory Octane

6.6% increase in horsepower, plus more than 3 additional ft lbs of torque right out of the box

Crusher Maverick Series slip-on mufflers feature aggressive CNC-machined billet aluminum end caps and premium steel muffler bodies coated in high-temp black ceramic. Embossed brushed stainless steel bands and hardware provide contrasting style elements, and the slim 2.5-inch muffler diameter offers notable weight reduction versus the stock pipes to preserve a lean profile. Unique high-flow baffles produce intense exhaust tones throughout the power band, with a pulse-pounding rumble at idle and commanding roar at full throttle.

Crusher Maverick 2.5" Slip-Ons for Victory Octane

CNC-machined billet aluminum end caps

Made in the U.S.A., Maverick 2.5” Slip-Ons for Victory Octanes come with a mounting bracket and all hardware necessary for easy bolt-on installation.

P/N 603 – Maverick 2.5” Slip-Ons for Victory Octane, Black
MSRP:
$499.99

Crusher Maverick 2.5" Slip-Ons for Victory Octane

Crusher Maverick 2.5″ Slip-Ons for Victory Octane

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