Take a close look at the engine. The visible performance modifications include Cobra slip-ons, K&N pod filters, and…black crinkle paint? Rawls wasn’t able to find any full exhaust systems for his bike, so he added the slip-on system. Still, the canisters were too restrictive for Rawls’ tastes. That is until he took out his 7⁄8-inch hole saw and relieved them of their backing plates. According to Rawls, the pipes “aren’t too loud, but they sure breathe better.” Because of a recurring leak around the slip ons’ gaskets, Rawls welded the canisters to the headers. With the less restrictive pipes fitted to the bike, rejetting was required, which normally would explain the pod filters. However, in this instance the pods were necessitated by the crinkle paint.