The El Diablo: A Perfect Mix of Style and Functionality
The Low Rider ST El Diablo is not just any motorcycle, it's a work of art, a perfect combination of style and sport- touring functionality. It's back from Blackbridge Harley Davidson, where Matt had the bars dialed in with Original Garage and Thrashin Supply parts. We spend an afternoon in the Indestructible warehouse to installed the Klock Werks windshield, Plex Audio Bluetooth unit, and a Quadlock with cordless charging.
Introduction: The Devil is in the Details
The El Diablo is no ordinary motorcycle, but rather an exquisite work of art that has been perfected to the highest degree. Its superiority is evident in the meticulous attention to detail, precision engineering, and the top-notch quality of the components used, all of which elevate this motorcycle above the competition.
The Upgrades: Dialing in the Bars
The first upgrade that we made to the El Diablo was at Blackbridge Harley Davidson, where Matt had the bars dialed in! The addition of Original Garage and Thrashin Supply parts has also added to the overall look and feel of the motorcycle. These parts not only look great, but they also provide a performance focused upgrade
The Klock Werks Windshield: Function Meets Style
The next upgrade that we installed on the Low Rider ST El Diablo was the Klock Werks windshield. This windshield not only adds to the overall look of the motorcycle but also provides amazing protection from the wind with its flare design.
Plex Audio Bluetooth Unit: Music on the Go
No long distance motorcycle ride is complete without some good music, and that's where the Plex Audio Bluetooth unit comes in. This unit allows you to connect your phone or other Bluetooth-enabled device to your motorcycle and play your favorite tunes while you ride.
Quadlock with Cordless Charging: Stay Connected on the Go
The final upgrade that we made to the El Diablo was the installation of a Quadlock with cordless charging with anti-vibration. This device allows you to mount your phone on your motorcycle and plug in and charge it wirelessly while you ride.