How to Modify Your Metric Cruiser
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Cruisers account for more than 60 percent of the street bike market in the United States. That’s a lot of iron hitting the tarmac!
Each year metric cruisers â€” cruisers built by company’s other than Harley-Davidson â€” account for an increasing portion of the cruiser market. Click here to get your copy of this informative book from MOTORBOOKS
Get the 411 on Style & Performance
Cruisers are about style, and the booming aftermarket is as focused on appearance as it is on performance. Every cruiser sold is modified, period. The changes might be purely cosmetic (such as the addition of chrome, custom paint, and touring equipment), or they might improve performance (aftermarket exhaust, engine mods, brake upgrades).
So if you’re thinking about…
- Installing aftermarket exhaust pipes
- Braided steel cables
- Installing fork springs
- Rebuilding your calipers/master cylinders
- Hydraulic fluid change
- Aftermarket air kit installation
- Installing a Dyna 3000
- Installing an FI2000 or Power Commander
- Re-jetting your carbs