My strategy was to stay subtle while taking advantage of the Harley P&A catalog. Including the Café Custom parts, I came up with a list of 13 bolt-ons that were all easy to install—no special tools or skills required. Not all of them were hits. The Sportster Loud Horn kit, for example, really didn’t add much volume at all. Instead, it raised the pitch of the sound—exactly what I didn’t want. The Clubman bars were good for looks but torture on my wrists. I replaced them with the H-D Drag bars, which look just as good and are much easier on a longer ride. The Diamond Black grips get a mention here as well. They’re metal. Grab them after they sit out in the sun and you’ll understand.