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Icon 1000's Kawasaki Vulcan Tracker Features PIAA LED Lights

by | Monday, March 06, 2017 |
Icon 1000's Kawasaki Vulcan Tracker Features PIAA LED Lights

ICON 1000 are the guys we turn to when we need reminding that not every custom should be a 70s throwback. We’ve seen them peddle their special brand of 80s sensibilities on bikes like the Suzuki GSX-R 750 and Kawasaki GPZ900R—with spectacular results. But Dethgrip is on another level. We can’t figure out if it’s retro or futuristic; gothic horror or sci-fi. We couldn’t even figure out the marque until we read the specs: it’s a 2015 Kawasaki Vulcan 650 S. Yes, a Vulcan 650 S—Kawasaki’s...

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Trailhunter FJ60 Features PIAA RF Series LED Light Bars

by | Tuesday, January 17, 2017 | 0 comment(s)

AIRAID's Product Development Manager, Keith Charvonia, recently debuted his latest project vehicle at the 2016 SEMA Show, a 1987 Toyota FJ60 Landcruiser known simply as The Trailhunter. The name ties in with Keith’s extracurricular pursuit as a photojournalist for the popular car culture site Speedhunters.com, where the build will unfold in detail. Keith picked up the 'Cruiser as a basket case project that needed everything, “but at least I was able to drive it home and evaluate what it...

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All Wiper Blades Are Not Created Equal

by | Wednesday, November 16, 2016 | 0 comment(s)

As the days start to get shorter, weather turns gloomy and the smell of dampness is in the air. It’s time to make sure your wiper blades are up to the task of the grueling winter months ahead. Cracked and damaged windshield wipers can severely hinder a driver’s vision in inclement weather. Neglected wipers can also scratch and damage your vehicle’s windshield, turning a thirty-dollar problem into a three-hundred-dollar headache. So, listen up, and if you hear the dreaded wiper squeal or see a...

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Adventure Motorcycle Magazine LP270 LED Review

by | Thursday, August 04, 2016 | 0 comment(s)

It seems that factory motorcycle headlights are often only fit to make the bike street-legal. With some I am reminded of my childhood days—riding a bicycle with a flashlight taped to the bars. Obviously, if you ride at night, a lack of lumens is an issue, but even during the day, additional light can be advantageous. Bright lights catch an oncoming driver’s attention, which could make a difference if the driver is about to pull out in front of you. At less than 10 watts per unit, PIAA’s LP270...

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