New Product Release: Kory Souza Originals Extended Exhaust Tip for Python Rayzer

New Product Release: Kory Souza Originals Extended Exhaust Tip for Python Rayzer

Most of us love the look and sound of the Python Rayzer 2 into 1 Exhaust, however, it is a known issue that the exhaust tip does not quite reach far enough, causing a black mess on the bike’s right saddlebag and side cover. After hearing customers talk about this consistently and seeing the discussions in forums online, Kory Souza of Kory Souza Originals decided to solve the problem. Kory designed and developed an aftermarket tip, specifically for the Python Rayzer Exhaust that is slightly lengthened and angled to compliment stretched saddlebags. The center is milled on the inside all the way back to the mounting area to reduce weight. The aftermarket piece bolts right on to your Python Rayzer 2 into 1 exhaust, using your existing hardware. This KSO product can be purchased in raw or shiny black finish and can be special-ordered in matte black or chrome finish.    The KSO Exhaust Tip for Python Rayzer 2 into 1 Exhaust Systems is reasonably priced at an introductory rate of just $149.99 + shipping for raw finish and $189.99 + shipping for shiny black finish. Matte black and chrome can be special-ordered for an additional charge. Introductory rates are offered to dealers and customers for a limited time only. Below are photos of the black mess left as a result of the stock pipe and tip. Notice the black residue build-up on the front of the saddlebag just behind the exhaust tip. These photos show the same problem with stock or stretched bags. We LOVE the Python Rayzer exhaust, but we also LOVE that there is now a solution on the market for...
Speed By Design Sale

Speed By Design Sale

  Make it easy on your wife this year. When she asks what you want for Christmas, just tell her to go to www.WideOpenRadioShow.com and check out all the killer deals for your big wheel bagger build in our BLOG section. ‘Tis the season for GIVING and Speed By Design is giving our listeners one heck of a deal! Anyone who purchases a SBD rear end will also receive 10% off any plastic parts, including speaker lids, side covers, tank kits, head light nacelles, seat pans and chin spoilers. The more you purchase, the more the savings add up! Don’t forget to use their Dream To Reality Builder feature to see what your bike will look like with different custom parts. Sale offer valid Nov. 19, 2015 until Black Friday Nov. 27. Customers must mention that they heard about this offer on Wide Open Radio. To order, call Speed By Design at (951) 371-7433...
New Episode Alert – Coby Klein of Speed By Design

New Episode Alert – Coby Klein of Speed By Design

LISTEN HERE On the latest episode of Wide Open Radio, Coby Klein of Speed By Design opens up about his past in the boating world and how he wandered into the motorcycle industry and took it by the horns. Courtney and Dave talk with Coby and the rise of Speed By Design, the principals of his company and the logic behind the products they make. I can attest to the quality of Coby’s parts first hand. I mentioned on the show how frequently we use Speed By Design products at Kory Souza Originals – and this is not only because they are parts that we know are top notch and will arrive in a timely manner – it is also because the customer service is a step above the rest. I actually look forward to receiving shipments from SBD because the packaging itself is a science in itself. (Y’all know how important a well-packaged product can be!) During our interview, we talk about a new feature on the Speed By Design website called the DTR Builder, which stands for Dream To Reality. Coby asked Dave and I to go on his site before the show and check out this new feature. Without checking with each other to set this up, Dave and I both happened to build our own custom big wheel bagger using the DTR program – which allows you to virtually build a custom motorcycle all from your computer! Users can choose everything from the model of motorcycle to the paint colors, handlebars, floorboards, wheels, rotors, calipers, bags, fenders, side covers… if you can dream it, you can...
B’Cool Fender Sale

B’Cool Fender Sale

By now, you guys are familiar with B’Cool Fenders. We’ve talked about the company and the products numerous times on Wide Open Radio and I’ve personally mentioned more times than I can count that these are the ONLY fenders we use at Kory Souza Originals, unless a customer insists on using something else. The very first word that comes to mind when I think of a B’Cool fender is QUALITY. The next word is DURABILITY. O k, I’ll give one more: SEXY. These are laser cut ALL STEEL one-piece fenders; MADE IN THE USA. Now through the end of November, B’Cool is offering a smokin’ deal: 15% OFF a limited supply of 26″ fenders, available in 38 or 44 degree rake for 2013 and down applications only. Take a look for yourself; and notice the beautiful design and nice lines: Seen above, from left to right, are the 26″ B’Cool Wrap (BFS-FL26XXWRAP), the 26″ B’Cool FL/Wrap Combo (BFS-FL26XXCOMBO) and the 26″ B’Cool Standard FL (BFS-FL26XXSTD) DEALERS: Stock up for your winter builds now while this deal and supplies last. Tell Randy you heard about this deal from Wide Open Radio! NON-DEALERS: Call us at Wide Open Radio to order and we will extend this 15% savings on to you! (941) 914-7770. These fenders are on the shelf; ready to ship. All purchases come complete with chrome or black fender spacers and stainless steel mounting hardware as seen...
New Episode Alert – Q&A with Courtney and Dave

New Episode Alert – Q&A with Courtney and Dave

LISTEN HERE Hey Guys! We just wrapped up an awesome episode of Wide Open Radio tonight. We took live calls from listeners, Dave and I chatted a bit about outsourcing part manufacturing to other countries, 26″ tires, Jared from Subway, we told a couple jokes… Oh yeah, and we did a recap of SEMA and Lone Star Rally. We also discussed the future of Wide Open Radio and y’all, it’s HUGE! (that was in my best Donald Trump voice, in case you couldn’t tell) It was nice to take a break from our usual format of having a scheduled guest. It gave Dave and I a chance to interact more and go deeper into our conversations. Let us know what you thought about tonight’s show by commenting below, sending us a Facebook message, or EMAIL us. Next week’s guest is Coby Klein of Speed By Design so be sure to tune in Thursday November 19 at 7pm Eastern. *Note the time change* Remember, to get real-time updates on motorcycle industry news and to get details on future episodes, LIKE our Wide Open Radio Facebook Page and JOIN our brand new Wide Open Radio Group Page on Facebook. LISTEN HERE XOXO...