Official 2017 Daytona Bike Week Build: Cobra Exhaust & Tuner
To say American Iron is jazzed about building the 2017 Official Bike Week Motorcycle is an understatement. It’s a great honor to ally with the Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce once again to create a cool custom motorcycle that will be awarded to one lucky winner at Bike Week 2017. Our buddies at Street Stuff Cycle out of Norwich, CT., have been working hard to transform a stock 2010 Harley-Davidson Ultra into a custom tourer that anybody would be proud to call their own.
This project wouldn’t be possible without a long list of generous sponsors. We want to single out each one’s contribution as our way of saying “Thank You” and to give you a peek at the project’s progression. We started with the great preview of parts Arlen Ness Enterprises sent over from its 10-Gauge series. Decked out in its new 10-Guage Engine and Tranny Pack and 10-Guage Primary Cover installed, the powertrain package is already looking 10-times sportier.
Wanting to give performance a boost, we took the route that just about every cruiser rider takes – adding a new air intake and exhaust. The chrome on the stock Ultra was flaking anyways, so a set of Race-Pro 4” Slip-Ons and Power Port Dual Headpipes in black from Cobra USA was just what the doctor ordered to spruce it up. To make sure the new arrangement is dialed in proper, a Cobra FI2000 PowrPro Tuner was installed as well. Rounding out the upgrade is a Cobra Black RPT Air Intake. What a difference the Cobra combo has made. The big Ultra is now breathing freer and growling meaner.
You can win the 2017 Official Daytona Bike Week Bike by getting your ticket at OfficialBikeWeek.com. Tickets are $50 each and only 4500 tickets will be sold. Get one before they’re gone!
Read more about the first steps of the project in American Iron Magazine Issue #344!
COBRA USA EXHAUST AND TUNER
Power Port Dual Headpipe
Race-Pro 4″ Slip-Ons
FI2000 PowrPro Tuner
Black RPT Air Intake