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Relocate Your Rectifer With Ease

October 7th, 2011 No comments

Clean up the front end of your Triumph by relocating your rectifier with the British Customs Triumph Motorcycle Rectifier Relocation Kit. This kit will assist you in relocating your rectifier to the upper frame tubes (as shown above), accommodating the mounting of both the horn and rectifier. The bracket is precision laser cut steel, and powder coated to match the frame and prevent oxidation. Everything you need to relocate your rectifier is included in this kit.

Cafe Racer TV Tonight!

October 5th, 2011 No comments

Just a quick reminder to everyone that British Customs will be featured on three episodes of Cafe Racer TV on HD Theater/Velocity by Discovery. First episode airs tonight, Oct. 5, 2011 at 9 pm EST! Watch and learn how we used British Customs bolt-on parts to simplify and streamline the customization of a stock Triumph Thruxton. Don’t forget to keep watching the show, British Customs will be featured on two more episodes, Oct. 12th and Oct. 19th respectively. Check your local listings for more details.

Headers bluing? Bike running hot? Popping during deceleration?

September 28th, 2011 No comments

Triumph Motorcycles British Customs Low-Profile Air Injection Removal Kit

Eliminating your air injection system helps improve the condition of your bike. It reduces the operating temperature, reduces the chance of your headers bluing, and decreases/eliminates popping during deceleration with aftermarket pipes. The British Customs Triumph Motorcycle Air Injection Removal Kit is an inexpensive upgrade that will make a big different on how your Triumph runs. This easy and simple fix is available to you for just $24.95-25.95. Click here for more details.

Cafe Racer TV Sneak Peek: Part 3

September 25th, 2011 1 comment

In our last post before the airing of our first episode on Cafe Racer TV, we wanted to share a preview of how our custom Triumph Thruxton Motorcycle did on road tests against a stock bike.

We started our day early at the world famous Rock Store. Read the rest of this entry »

Cafe Racer TV Sneak Peek: Part 2

September 17th, 2011 No comments

A few weeks ago, we gave you a preview of what we did to a Triumph Thruxton Motorcycle for Cafe Racer TV. Today we’re going to share with you some of the work and customizations we made to this bike. Check out how easy it is to customize this stock bike using our bolt-on parts.

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Cap Off Holes in Your Triumph’s Rear End

September 14th, 2011 No comments

British Customs Turn Signal Block-Offs

After relocating your turn signals, you may have noticed the unpleasant looking holes left behind in your Triumph’s rear end. British Customs has engineered Rear Turn Signal Block Offs that fit perfectly into the stock signals mounting location. Using our block offs will help create a finished look to your bike. These block offs are easy to install and remove, in case you ever want to return back to stock turn signals.

Want Bobber Style Headlights?

September 12th, 2011 No comments

British Customs Headlight Bracket

British Customs is all about customizing and building your own Triumph the way you envision it. We’re here to help you customize your bike however you may want it to look and perform. If you’re looking to achieve the classic look of Triumph of yesteryear, a great place to start is removing your stock headlight and headlight ears and replacing it with a bobber style headlight.

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Bonneville vs Guzzi V7 in Cafe Racer Magazine

September 6th, 2011 No comments


A couple of months ago, we posted a blog about the Cafe Racer Magazine feature of their Wreck to Winner project, a 2005 Triumph T-100 Bonneville with 20,000 miles! British Customs was able to provide a few key parts to help make the build a success! In the Aug/Sept issue of Cafe Racer, the team matched their Wreck to Winner Bonneville up against a Moto Guzzi V7. Read the full article below to see how the Bonneville did against the competition. Read the rest of this entry »

Headlight Ears Are Here!

September 4th, 2011 No comments

British Customs Headlight Ears

Late last year, we gave you a preview of our new Headlight Ears. We worked on them for some time to get them just right, but we are glad to announce that the Headlight Ears are ready for purchase! Expose your upper fork tubes and easily adjust your headlight position with the British Customs Triumph Motorcycle Headlight Ears. These Headlight Ears replace the factory headlight ears with billet components, allowing you to position the headlight 10mm closer to the bike.

Customer Profile: Brian Daines – 2011 Triumph Thruxton

September 1st, 2011 2 comments

Brian Daines from Oklahoma sent us this picture of his 2011 Triumph Thruxton. In addition to custom upgrades such as the best selling  British Customs Predator Exhausts and BC Lucas Fender Eliminator Kit, Brian added a custom paint job, a pin stripe to the front fender, to complete the look of his Thruxton. What a beauty!

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