The New Harley-Davidson Burst Collection Of Contrast Tuxedo Black And Machined Aluminum

The new hard-edged Burst Collection from Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Accessories presents a combination of tuxedo black and machined-aluminum finishes to create contrasting edges and light-enhancing machined patterns. The result is a visual statement that complements both classic and contemporary customizing styles. The Burst Collection components create an impact all by themselves, but can also be seamlessly combined with Harley-Davidson Edge Cut and other gloss black accessories to complete the look.


The Burst Collection components include:

• Burst Collection Cam Cover (P/N 25700249, $199.95)
• Burst Collection Derby Cover (P/N 25700250, $149.95)
• Burst Collection Rocker Box Covers (P/N 25700251, $269.95)
• Burst Collection Screamin’ Eagle Performance Air Cleaner Kit (P/N 29000066, $369.95)
• Burst Collection Shifter Peg (P/N 33600032, $29.95)
• Burst Collection Brake Pedal Pad (P/N 50600104, $59.95)
• Burst Collection Footboard Kits (P/N 50500244 Rider $399.95), (P/N 50500245 Passenger $289.95)
• Burst Collection Fork Cover Medallions (P/N 14100434, $49.95)
• Burst Collection Headlamp Trim Ring (P/N 61400149, $129.95)
• Burst Collection Speaker Trim (P/N 76000307, $129.95)
• Burst Collection Saddlebag Latch Kit (P/N 90200821, $159.95)
• Burst Collection Screamin’ Eagle 3.5-Inch Exhaust End Caps (P/N 65100035, $159.95)

The Burst Collection accessories fit a wide number of Harley-Davidson motorcycle models. See an Authorized Harley-Davidson Dealer for fitment details.

 

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7 Responses to “The New Harley-Davidson Burst Collection Of Contrast Tuxedo Black And Machined Aluminum”


  1. 1 Steve Carr Aug 30th, 2012 at 8:52 am

    Hmm, looks like Roland Sands got a good contract to produce custom Factory Harley parts.

    (he says very sarcasticly….)

  2. 2 Woody Aug 30th, 2012 at 10:26 am

    Nice! Retire the stupid skulls, we have something that actually looks good.

  3. 3 X HD rider Aug 30th, 2012 at 10:42 am

    So this is the beginning of chrome going a way.
    What a shame Harley can’t think on there owen and they half to copy

  4. 4 BERTRAND Aug 30th, 2012 at 4:46 pm

    THANK YOU ROLAND ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ;-)

  5. 5 burnout Aug 30th, 2012 at 7:06 pm

    Why is black higher than chrome now? Just askin….. peace

  6. 6 Steelchoppin Aug 31st, 2012 at 11:31 am

    WOW! Something from the factory that I actually like. Hmmm…

    Burnout: Anodizing is pricey.

  7. 7 kevin boyle kustoms Sep 3rd, 2012 at 10:45 am

    ANODIZING fades in the UV rays …I have black parts that are now purple,I wonder how that is going to fair with everyone in a few years?
    I could care less however I know some of my customers and their chrome ??? just thinking out loud

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