Cruiser technology is normally subservient to styling. In some cases, such as Harley's Softail suspension or LED taillights, technology is employed to further styling ends. Some modern technology--counterbalancers and ceramic cylinder liners--can sneak in because it's unseen. The adoption of some modern tech, notably fuel injection, is driven by changing realities in the world we ride. Not infrequently, the tech features of cruisers are styled over and hidden to maintain a traditional look. Some time-honored styling elements, such as wire-spoke wheels with tube-type tires, are selected even though they create a safety issue. Some visible technologies, like liquid cooling or linked brakes, are tolerated but rarely embraced. It's rare to find a cruiser like the Yamaha Warrior, which makes technology--an alloy frame, sportbike-type discs, etc.--a calling card.