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Get in on the newest grassroots chopper movement. No corporate sponsors here. We are all about the little guys.
And to start things off right, we are giving away a set of T bars from Raked Out Machine. These T bars are drilled for internal wiring. They are a unique design, they come with solid riser bushings integrated into them. So you can ditch your risers, bushings and riser bolts. This is a complete system.*
These are 100% American Made by Raked Out Machine and distributed by Loud N Greasy Customs. They are powder coated black , with 3.5″ riser spacing to accommodate most HD trees. ( Your trees must have removable bushings to use these) . They measure 11.5″ tall and 22″ wide. Perfect for your lane splitter!
“How do I win these?” you may ask. Well its easy!
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follow us @vivalacantina, @rakedout and @loudngreasy
Repost the pic of these bars, with #lacantinahappyhour. Don’t forget to tag @vivalacantina!
But hurry, this is going quick! We will draw at 8:00 pm eastern time and announce our winner tonight! That’s right ! Happy Thanksgiving!!
This interview with Steffan from Zombie Performance is the first in what will be a regularly published series here on Moto Cantina. We’ll pick the brains of the folks behind the companies, shops, and builds you love and share their thoughts here on the blog. – innanetmatt
Zombie Performance has been a household name in choppers for the last couple years, turning out incredible bars alongside some unique parts like cable guides and some rad little “EFI plates” that let you run a late-model Sportster fuel pump on any gas tank. Steffan at ZP was kind enough to answer some questions for the Cantina recently.
MotoCantina: What got you interested in motorcycles? Zombie Performance: I used to be into old cars and hot rods. When I moved to Oregon I had to sell everything and was living in a tiny apartment. No garage, carport or even a driveway and all my tools were at my day job. I
eventually bought a motorcycle and its been all two wheels ever since. I had a couple bikes when I was younger. They were fun but I never took them seriously and didn’t have my endorsement. I’d ride dirt bikes from time to time but they were not my bikes so I only went when I was invited. Continue reading Zombie Performance: Interview with Steffan Ihrcke