Mikuni participates in a number of
trade shows and motorcycle rallies around America each year.
Rob Hassay's "Pro Tour" truck carries Mikuni's display
and literature to some 18 rallies, meets and shows. You should
be able to find his truck and our "stuff" at many of
the larger rallies.
Technical and sales folk from Mikuni join Pro Tour in Indianapolis
and Cincinnati, which are industry-only, shows. They also join
the truck in Daytona, Laughlin, Myrtle Beach, Laconia, Long Beach
and Sturgis. Drop by for info about Mikuni kits and tech-talk
about applications using them.
Photos from the Cincinnati
introduced the "HSR48 Double Throw-Down Racer's Kit"
(DTDRK) at the Cincinnati show. This is the ultimate Mikuni Performance
The DTDR kit includes every tuning part for the humongous HSR48
carburetor, including a highly trained and experienced mechanic.
This is the most complete tuning kit ever, from any source!
However, there may be a small delay in delivery of the kit as
we need to work on extending the shelf life of the mechanic.
guy in the middle, the one you can hardly see, is the legendary
Jerry Branch. Jerry is now almost retired and finally has time
to travel & talk to all those folks who have done business
with Branch Flowmetrics over the years.
Jerry pioneered high performance street Harleys and has an unequalled
collection of funny war stories.
Engineering uses Mikuni carburetors in many of its exotic carb
kits. From Shovelhead/Mikuni conversions to dual carb set-ups
for Evos & Twin Cams, Rivera offers functional but exotic
Harley applications using our HSR series carburetors.
Mikuni booth, in all its glory. We pride ourselves in our customer
service. It is a Mikuni American tradition and we enjoy talking
with our customers.
We'll be at the Indy show in February on the weekend of the 16th
through Monday the 18th.
If you can make it to Daytona, we'll see you behind the Harley
from the Indianapolis show:
same booth two weeks later up in "Indy." We talked
with hundreds of dealers and their mechanics about our product
line. The growing success of the HSR series carbs was reflected
in the number of mechanics that stopped by and told that they
now strongly recommend them to all their customers.
Harley-Davidson's growing sales of the HSR "Screamin' Eagle"
version (the chromed top cover is the only difference) is proof
of the carburetor's success in the field. Mechanics like them.
Harley owners like them. And, Harley likes them enough to have
added our HSR45 to its Screamin' Eagle line.
beautiful Patrick Racing billet motor with a polished HSR45.
The engine is probably around 120+ cubic inches, 120 ft./lbs.
torque & 120 Horsepower. Patrick Racing uses Mikunis exclusively
because, like the motors themselves, there is no finer to be
Patrick builds twin Mikuni kits using their custom manifold.
The manifold points the side-by-side carbs forward and out. There
is a significant gain in mid-range torque and a small top-end
gain with the dual carb set up.
was the White Brothers display of Mikuni carbs, kits & parts.
It points out how important distributors like White Brothers
consider the Mikuni line of products. They wouldn't use expensive
display space at a trade show on something they weren't proud
clever bit of work is CCI's Rev Tech 100-inch motor with a set
of "Knuckle Head" look-alike rocker covers. Harley's
decades-old Knuckle Head engine is considered by many to be one
of the best-looking Harley motors ever. The CCI rockers re-captures
some of that look.
Oh, by the way, that is a Mikuni HSR42 sitting between the heads.
It is sort of the meat in a "Knuckle Sandwich."
the ----? Yep, three of 'em!