by Jerry Smith
Harley-Davidson is synonymous with powerful, functional, American motorcycles. As a result of their growing popularity, the number of Harley-Davidsons on the road is multiplying at an exponential rate.
So what can you do to keep your bike ahead of the pack? You need to give your bike more power, better handling, stronger brakes, and keep its factory reliability, all of which can be accomplished using high-performance bolt-on parts. Modern Harley-Davidsons are worthy performers - they're powerful, reliable, comfortable, and they handle and brake pretty well too.
But if you really want to turn your particular H-D into a canyon carver, a tire smoker, or the ultimate in cross-country transportation, there is definitely room for improvement. In this guide, author Jerry Smith outlines each of the systems that contribute to your bike's performance and discusses some of the different products out there to take it to the next level, including: induction, cylinder heads, ignition, pistons and rods, exhaust, driveline, suspension and braking. He brings the information to you, directly from the mouths of some of the industry's most respected manufacturers.
• Heads & Valvetrain.
• Ignition System.
• Reciprocating Parts and Lubrication.
• Suspension and Brakes.
• Tyres and Wheels.
Whether you just want to do a carb swap and add a set of pipes, or you're looking for the biggest crate motor that can fit in your frame, Harley-Davidson Bolt-On Performance gives you the information you need.
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