Steve Storz sent some photos the other day of the parts and pieces he’s offering for the new Harley Davidson XR1200. Steve has been building the Storz XR1200 for many years, taking the basic Sportster and turning it into a street tracker that mimicked the look of the old XR750. Harley acquired the XR1200 name from Storz for their new offering but, that didn’t stop Steve from bringing you those same parts for the basic Sportster that he always has, but he now has a growing line of accessories and replacement parts for the new XR1200, too.
You can get a 2 into 2 high pipe dirt track style exhaust system by BUB. It’s available in chrome or black ceramic finish with wrap-around heat shields covering the head pipes. Other items include a Storz billet aluminum Rearset Footpeg Kit with a more compact shift linkage system, Storz/Ceriani Adjustable Steering Damper Kit, YSS Racing Shocks which are adjustable for damping and length, Solo Seat Tail Section, Saddlemen Seat pad, Brake Tech Full Floating Front Disc Kit, and more.
The street tracker conversions of the basic Sportster are really good looking and it was only a matter of time before Steve started working his magic on the new XR1200, too. Harley Davidson got the ball rolling by building the new XR1200, Steve is taking it a lot further with his additions. They are high quality, which means they’re not cheap, but the bike will look and perform a lot more like you would expect.
If you’re thinking about a new XR1200 or if you have a standard Sportster and want to give it a makeover, check out the Storz accessories.
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