Neo-Fusion Rocker Boxes For Harley Twin-Cam Engines

Realizing that Harley-Davidson Twin Cam owners don’t have many choices regarding after-market Rocker Boxes, Japanese Custom Builder Kenji Nagai of Ken’s Factory in Japan and Cycle Kraft in California, designed this set that he calls “Neo-Fusion” style. And if you are tempted, know that he also proposes a full line of custom parts featuring the same machine-cut appearance. Rocker Boxes $1185 the set. Cycle Kraft.

2 Responses to “Neo-Fusion Rocker Boxes For Harley Twin-Cam Engines”

  1. 1 Kirkland Jun 20th, 2012 at 9:02 pm

    Says leagues about the Panhead Motor. I think that motor defined the rigid frame 50’s.

    Still gas that step-up to clear the rocker arms.

    Wouldn’t ya’ like to see a line-up of all the engineer’s and designer’s that created the Pan motor from…. what?.. clay models.
    Just to see them…you know.. guys in suits and horn-rimmed glasses, showing up for work every day – the people that designed the 3.5 gallon fuel tanks, and squished the 7″ air cleaner in between the cylinders – rear Pan cover peeking out from under the tank. All info Lost. The 1930-41 HD book is of no clue.
    A couple pics of the Davidson’s is all that I’ve seen – besides Pholman Studio pics of evolving models in Plamer’s book.

    I like the small checkered (demon) texture on a bike.

  2. 2 Dale Jun 21st, 2012 at 7:14 am

    Very nice. It looks like am ultra modern take on the Panhead rocker covers. (a.k.a., the “pans”)

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