Har­ley Street 750 gets be­spoke pipes

MCN’S Project Har­ley edges closer to be­com­ing a flat-track racer with stun­ning Gf­moto sys­tem

Motorcycle News (UK) - - THIS WEEK IN MCN -

With less than a month to the Ca­r­ole Nash MCN Fes­ti­val of Mo­tor­cy­cling (May 13-14, www.mc­n­fes­ti­val.com), our project Har­ley Street 750 is trans­form­ing from bud­get cruiser to flat-track Hooli­gan. Now stripped of all non-es­sen­tial parts like front brake, lights and body­work, and also heavy and lean-lim­it­ing stuff like the ex­haust, it was time to give it some pukka race-in­spired com­po­nen­try in the form of a cus­tom high-level sys­tem courtesy of per­for­mance pipe supre­mos, Gf­moto.

Based in the UK’S ‘Mo­tor­sport Val­ley’ in Buck­ing­hamshire, Gf­moto (www.gf­moto.com) are a sub­sidiary of Good­fabs Ltd, a com­pany who made a name for them­selves cre­at­ing be­spoke ex­hausts for F1 and NASCAR teams in glo­ri­ous me­tals such as In­conel. Now, af­ter 35 years in the busi­ness they’ve de­cided to ex­pand into mo­tor­cy­cle ex­hausts, by pro­duc­ing stun­ning head­ers for BMW’S S1000RR and the Honda Africa Twin, with plans to branch out to more mod­els. But not be­fore they’ve taken on their big­gest chal­lenge yet: a be­spoke sys­tem for our Har­ley. Here’s how they did it…

First ser­vice done and ready to rock

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