September 2009
American Iron Magazine;Sep2009, Issue 251, p112
The article describes the customization made to a V-Rod motorcycle by owner Eric Summers of Canada. Summers spent 100,000 Canadian dollars for the project and it took him three years to complete it. The motorcycle is painted in black and has a gold front end. The rear wheel of the motorcycle has been widened, its fuel injectors were replaced with ones from the firm Bosch that have larger capacity and its electrical systems has been modified.


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