Mustang Seats, Willie & Max's New Revolution Saddlebags, And More

A Throne Fit for a Queen and King
For Your Majesties' approval, Mustang has created a two-piece Wide Touring Seat for the V-Star 1300. The seat mounts like stock and is also available as a three-piece set including an adjustable/removable backrest. The rider's seat features a 17-inch width for optimal positioning, while the 12-inch-wide passenger saddle boasts Mustang's own internal steel support wings to eliminate sagging (of the seat, not the passenger). Seats start at $449 and come with or without studs, as well as an optional matching sissy-bar pad. Visit to find a dealer or to order online.

You Say You Want a Revolution
Speaking of packing things, road trips will be much easier with a set of Willie & Max's new Revolution saddlebags and mounting system. Available in eight leather and 12 synthetic-leather models, the bags come in both throwover and hard-mount styles. The key to the hard-mount bags is a proprietary universal mounting bracket-included-that will allow fitment to most current cruisers. There are also five accessory bags for tour racks, handlebars, forks and windshields. Prices start at $175 for the saddlebags. See them at or your local accessory retailer.

Punch a Hole in the Air
Rifle has come up with a new solution for providing wind protection for naked cruisers, the Cruise Tour Fairing. The black, high-impact ABS fairing is fork-mounted, with a leather-grain texture and finished with polished stainless steel rivets and trim band. The windscreen is available in clear or three different tints, as well as four different heights. Rifle's Triple Air Balance vents reduce noise, turbulence and backpressure. Currently available for seven different bikes (with more fitments on the way), the fairing retails for $599. See your dealer or order directly at

Somebody Help Me Breathe
Is your Suzuki Boulevard C50/C90/M109R wheezing a bit when you give it some stick? Then GMan Industries Ltd. has the solution for you-the Bully Package. No, it's not Nelson, Dolph and Kearney from The Simpsons but a fully programmed fuel-injection controller and specially designed K&N; air filter. It's a true plug-and-play system-just mount it up and go. The Bully FI controller can be adjusted without downloading additional FI maps or seeing a technician. GMan claims that the system increases horsepower and torque by 36 percent for the C90. Prices start at $259. Purchase one at