Harley rolls out lights, exhaust, pouch for tourers

Publish Date: 
Mar 27, 2014

MILWAUKEE, Wis. – Harley-Davidson is offering new accessories for its line of Touring motorcycles.

The company debuts the Electra Glo LED Saddlebag Run/Brake/Turn Lamp for 2014 Touring models with hard saddlebags. These running, directional and brake lights feature LED lamps, housed in a low-profile self-adhesive chrome frame, that glow red when the ignition is on, and intensify when the turn signals or brakes are activated. The lamps act as a supplement to the Tour-Pak-mounted rear lighting, and also permit the removal of the Tour-Pak with a detachable mounting kit.

This complete kit includes left and right lamps, modulator, and quick-disconnect wiring harness and is available with red or smoked lenses for $209.95.

Also available is the Screamin' Eagle High-Flow Exhaust system for 2010-2014 two-wheeled Touring models with a Twin Cam 103 or 110 engine. Optimized for Custom Vehicle Operation 110 and Screamin’ Eagle Stage Kit engine configurations producing 80 to 100+ horsepower, the kit replaces the factory exhaust with large-diameter, free-flowing head pipes and matching Nightstick mufflers with 2.25-inch inlet diameter.

The system can produce gains of 5 to 7 horsepower on a 110-cid engine when compared to the original exhaust system. Extra oxygen sensor bungs permit the attachment of tuning equipment. This kit, which costs $1,299.95,  includes the head pipe, Nightstick mufflers with catalysts and a collector and crossover tube heat shield, and is legal in all 50 states.

The company also has a new Three-Pocket Fairing Pouch designed specifically for the new Project RUSHMORE batwing fairing and windshields on 2014 Electra Glide, Street Glide and Trike models.

Each plastic pouch is wrapped in UV-resistant vinyl and has magnetic closures. This pouch is not compatible with some other accessories. Retail is $129.95.

 

Posted by Vince Guerrieri