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Motorcycle Accessory  Designer

Increase your average cart size and engage your customers with the Doogma solution. Our tool  enables your users to purchase multiple products at once. Ask your Doogma consultant how to use this exciting technology to empower customers to design and share “looks” and bundle suggestions. With a Doogma designer on your site, your customers will  be able to mix and match different motorcycle accessory parts and complete the order within a few minutes.

Try out the engaging Design-Your-Own Motorcycle Interactive Buying Experience:

Motorcycle Accessory  Designer

Increase your average cart size and engage your customers with the Doogma solution. Our tool  enables your users to purchase multiple products at once. Ask your Doogma consultant how to use this exciting technology to empower customers to design and share “looks” and bundle suggestions. With a Doogma designer on your site, your customers will  be able to mix and match different motorcycle accessory parts and complete the order within a few minutes.

Try out the engaging Design-Your-Own Motorcycle Interactive Buying Experience:

Want to sell more custom and personalized items on your site? Contact the Doogma team and within a few weeks, your users will be custom designing and buying more of your products on your site.

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Motorcycle Accessory Designer

Bruce Martin, founder of American Custom, was inspired to make custom pipes for his Harley while out on a ride with his brother.

They had just installed an early prototype of an American Custom slip-on muffler and couldn’t believe it – the sound was incredible.

They were asked about their pipes whenever they rode so they knew they had something special. But Bruce also wanted to be able to change the sound easily – even while on the road – in only a few minutes. And his goal was to share his discovery with other riders so they could enjoy the same great experience.

That’s when the American Custom Tone-Flex System* was born. His team spent the next few years engineering a system that would deliver the best sound – unique to each Harley model – ensuring that each detail was perfect.

They created a set of products that provide the high quality they demanded with maximum sound flexibility – from an aggressive, deep rumbling sound, to street-friendly, or somewhere in the middle – all available in the same pipe.

To design and buy your own motorcycle accessory , please visit:

http://www.americancustom.com/

This Motorcycle Accessory  Designer makes customizing motorcycles  easy and fun with our seamless navigation tool.  If you want to sell more personalized and customized motorcycles, please contact Doogma today.

Motorcycle Accessory Designer

Bruce Martin, founder of American Custom, was inspired to make custom pipes for his Harley while out on a ride with his brother.

They had just installed an early prototype of an American Custom slip-on muffler and couldn’t believe it – the sound was incredible.

They were asked about their pipes whenever they rode so they knew they had something special. But Bruce also wanted to be able to change the sound easily – even while on the road – in only a few minutes. And his goal was to share his discovery with other riders so they could enjoy the same great experience.

That’s when the American Custom Tone-Flex System* was born. His team spent the next few years engineering a system that would deliver the best sound – unique to each Harley model – ensuring that each detail was perfect.

They created a set of products that provide the high quality they demanded with maximum sound flexibility – from an aggressive, deep rumbling sound, to street-friendly, or somewhere in the middle – all available in the same pipe.

To design and buy your own motorcycle accessory , please visit:

http://www.americancustom.com/

This Motorcycle Accessory  Designer makes customizing motorcycles  easy and fun with our seamless navigation tool.  If you want to sell more personalized and customized motorcycles, please contact Doogma today.