Three for Thursday: More Things You Can’t Do Without

This week we’re highlighting a trio of trinkets designed to make your bike look better and ride better. First off, we’ve got an all-chrome LED Run-Turn-Brake Spoiler that fits most HD Tour-Paks. Next up, we’ve got something that can update the look of your current transformer floorboards. And bringing up the rear is a chrome clutch cover for the Suzuki Hayabusa that doesn’t require weeks of waiting before you can put it on your bike. To get the scoop on these quality Kury products, keep reading:

Item I – LED Run-Turn-Brake Spoiler

Kuryakyn LED Run-Turn-Brake Spoiler

What is the name and part number? LED Run-Turn-Brake Spoiler (Kuryakyn p/n 7767).

Where does it go? Mounts to the top most Harley-Davidson Tour-Paks.

What makes this part so great? To start with, this part is all chrome, so no matter what color your bike is, this part will look unbelievable. Next, the spoiler is equipped with an LED light bar that performs run, brake and turn functions in both red and amber lighting. And finally, if you have a quick-detach Tour-Pak, you can still take it on and off in rapid fashion, thanks to the quick-disconnect electrical connectors located under the seat.

What is it made of? Plastic main body that is chrome-plated with chrome hardware.

Is it hard to install? This part does require drilling into the Tour-Pak, and a second person during the install would be a good idea. Once the Tour-Pak is drilled, and the spoiler is bolted in place, the rest is just plug and play.

What bikes will this part fit? ’93 – ’10 Touring Models, King, Chopped or Razor-Pak Tour-Paks.

What else do you make to coordinate with this part? The Kuryakyn Luggage Rack (p/n 7139) is a great complement to this spoiler.

Item II – Smooth Replacement Rubber for Transformer Floorboards

What is the name and part number? Smooth Replacement Rubber for Transformer Floorboards (Kuryakyn p/n 4384).

Where does it go? Replaces the stock rubber pads on Kuryakyn Transformer Floorboards (p/n 4380, 4382, 7000, 7001, 7005).

Smooth Replacement Rubber for Transformer Floorboards

What makes this part so great? Not only do we offer replacement components if you need them, but you can also use these to update the look of your current transformer boards (p/n 7000, 7001, and 7005) for a completely different look.

What is it made of? Nothing but rubber.

Is it hard to install? Nope. Just remove the old rubbers using a few simple hand tools, then install these in place.

What bikes will this part fit? Any bike for which we make a Transformer floorboard, including Honda Gold Wings.

What else do you make to coordinate with this part? The new line of Trident ISO Pegs match up perfectly and look great when used as rider highway pegs. (Kuryakyn p/n 7590, 7591, and 7592).

Item III – Chrome Clutch Cover for Hayabusa

What is the name and part number? Chrome Clutch Cover for Hayabusa (Kuryakyn p/n 8920).

Kuryakyn Chrome Clutch Cover for Hayabusa

Where does it go? Over the stock clutch cover.

What makes this part so great? No more having to remove the factory clutch cover, send it out for chrome, be without you bike for weeks, and then find out it leaks when you put it back on. Kuryakyn makes chrome easy with virtually no down time.

What is it made of? Injection molded ABS, for light weight and durability.

Is it hard to install? If you think a refrigerator magnet is hard to install then yes. If not, then no. Just clean the surface and stick it on, it’s that easy.

What bikes will this part fit? ’99 – ’07 Suzuki Hayabusa (GSX1300R) models.

What else do you make to coordinate with this part? We have a host of new Hayabusa products that will be available in the coming months. Currently we have the Chrome Neck Top Cover (p/n 8909), Tank Top Trim (p/n 8910), and Passenger Peg Mount Covers (p/n 8915), to name a few. Later this year we’ll have the Boomerang Frame Covers (p/n 8911), Chrome Intake Trim (p/n 8901), and many others.

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