DEI Teams up with Woodstock HD for IMS Build

DEI Teams up with Woodstock HD for IMS BuildThe Progressive Insurance International Motorcycle Shows recently made its way to the “Windy City” showing off the latest offerings from all the major OEM’s. As a part of the show, local dealers are also invited to showcase customized bikes, stoking the customer’s imagination on what is possible. With this in mind, Mike Witt and the crew over at Woodstock Harley Davidson Performance division saw an opportunity to showcase their skills and got to work. The build started with a stock 2014 Street Glide, but this exercise wasn’t about slapping on some paint and a slip-on exhaust. This bike is made for show…and go. They installed a complete Woodstock devised 107CI Engine Performance Package along with Xtreme True Duals from Reinhart Exhaust. The result is a tire melting 131HP with 118Ftlbs of torque.

With all the additional performance on tap, there was going to be some excess heat. So a call to DEI was made. The Exhaust headers were wrapped with DEI’s 2” Titanium exhaust wrap. This not only looks the part, but it also helps boost performance and keeps legs from smoldering. Along with the DEI exhaust wrap the ignition wires, fuel, and oil lines were also protected using DEI Protect-A-Sleeve products. The result is a sweet looking ride with plenty of giddyup!

Design Engineering is proud to partner with Woodstock Harley Davidson. They offer real technical expertise, creativity and genuinely great customer service. A combination of these qualities under the roof of one dealership is hard to find these days.

To learn more about DEI PowerSport’s exhaust wrap, line sleeving, or other heat and sound control products for powersports, visit deipowersports.com, call 800-264-9472, or email sales@DesignEngineering.com. To learn more about Harley-Davidson Performance Tuning packages contact Woodstock Harley Davidson 815-337-3511 or woodstockharley-dav.com .Keep up with the very latest powersports product introductions and company news on Facebook, Twitter or subscribe to DEI’s newsletter here.