High End Brass Motorcycle Parts

cyrilhuzecustomtech22cyrilhuzecustomtech1Because of their old times and warm feel, brass parts are available everywhere ready to give your bike the sought-after retro look. But none look as refined – or precious – as the ones offered by Italian designer Kustom Tech. These knurled grips are machined from billet brass with a satin finish, fit 1″ handlebars, and are available for internal throttle use. The pegs are built using brass forging with a universal connector allowing you to mount them on most applications, either as your forward or passenger pegs. If you want to order these parts, pray for the US dollar to gain back its fair exchange value against the euro… Kustom Tech Italy (in English).

6 Responses to “High End Brass Motorcycle Parts”

  1. 1 Big Phil Feb 17th, 2010 at 11:38 am

    Kustom Tech parts are really beautifully made – as a machinist I really appreciate the quality of the workmanship….and on top of that Alessandro is a really nice guy to deal with.

  2. 2 cwglide Feb 18th, 2010 at 12:18 pm

    I like the satin finish on the brass. Very cool. Its just the exchange rate in Euro will make these expensive.

  3. 3 Motorcycle Painter Feb 18th, 2010 at 2:59 pm

    Yeah, these are awesome, they wouldn’t look good on everything but on the right bike these would be SICK!

  4. 4 jatinder pal Feb 19th, 2010 at 12:40 am

    …brass is in,true will look good if matched with right kind of bike.

  5. 5 Rinke Feb 19th, 2010 at 4:31 am

    All parts of Kustom Tech are very well designed (like Italians are famous for) and finished in a very high quality.
    OK a higher US dollar will make these products more affordable in the US. But on the other side it will make also all US made parts and bikes more expensive and thus even more difficult to sell abroad.
    I do not think this industry is really hoping for that.

  6. 6 Bonenoz1 Feb 19th, 2010 at 1:04 pm

    Does anyone know if they will be at Bike Week this year? Or a repersentive there? If so where at?

    Thanks Jamie

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