Baggers don't have to be slow and they don't have to look like every other Dresser in the parking lot. Take your Bagger from slow to show with a few more cubic inches, a little paint and some well placed accessories.
How to Hop-Up & Customize Your Bagger shows you how to upgrade the engine, lower the bike, and personalize the paint and sheet metal.
Sequences include: two engine upgrades to 95 cubic inches, conversion of a 2004 Standard from stock to custom (includes the addition of a flamed paint job laid out over the standard black urethane and installation of a lowering kit) and the make over of a second Bagger in the Klock Werks shop of Brian Klock.
• Planning and Design
• Chassis Modifications
• Wheels, Tyres and Brakes
• Custom Gallery
• Sheet Metal and Paint
• Engine Sequence - 95 Aftermarket Inches
• Engine Sequence - Factory Stage 2 Kit
• EFI / Dyno Tests
• Accents / Accessories
• In Shop Sequence
Over 400 color images help explain exactly what it takes to install a set of springs in the front forks or re-program the fuel injection map.