Precision Billet Products Introduces New “Bad Axe” Billet Accessories For Harley Davidson

Precision1A new beautifully crafted limited edition (only 2500 sets) of custom parts from Precision Billet Products (PBP), a leading provider of innovative, high-quality motorcycle billet accessories. The Precision Billet’s Bad Axe collection is inspired by 14th Century battle weapons and crafted from T6061 Aircraft Grade Billet Aluminum. All of these Bad Axe pieces are available in black anodized contrast cut or show chrome finish, both providing a durable, long-lasting finish.

The Bad Axe Air Cleaner is custom crafted to maximize airflow into the intake. It effectively allows air to have a more efficient path to lead directly into the carburetor. It is sold complete with filter, backing plate, front plate and all mounting hardware starting at MSRP $429.00

Precision2The Bad Axe Floorboards are crafted from 6061 billet aluminum and inlaid with anti-skid pyramid rubber for ultimate comfort and security. They fmeasure 17″ x 6″ x 0.75″ and also come in show chrome or black powder coat and contrast cut finish. MSRP is $439.
Precision3And to complete the theme on your saddlebags the Bad Axe Latches, a direct replacement for factory latches. They feature a very unique design – a floating axe – design pushing the limits of CNC machining. MSRP is $159.

The complete Precision Billet line-up of accessories for Harley-Davidson now includes control arms, foot pedals, air cleaners, horn covers, gas caps, hand grips, exhaust tips, clutch covers and more. Available through an authorized Precision Billet Dealer or their Online Store.

5 Responses to “Precision Billet Products Introduces New “Bad Axe” Billet Accessories For Harley Davidson”

  1. 1 Ryan Feb 6th, 2013 at 9:48 am

    I like the AC and latch. Less the floorboards. Great machine work but a little bit over complicated for me.

  2. 2 The Supreme Team Feb 6th, 2013 at 11:44 am

    I really like the quality of the machine work these guys do, it’s just tough on stuff like floorboards where these are more for show than go. I’d hate to damage that pretty machine work with dirty boots.
    Still…great work guys…very nice design.

  3. 3 FHP Scott Feb 7th, 2013 at 7:18 am

    nice machine work

  4. 4 P. Hamilton Feb 7th, 2013 at 10:21 am

    I agree. Unbelievable machine cutting.

  5. 5 Seven Feb 13th, 2013 at 6:17 am

    Awesome as always! I am always very impressed by this companies ability to think outside the box and produce something unique in an industry that is surrounded by sameness. It stands out!

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