Kuryakyn Announces Aztec Collection of Indian Motorcycle Accessories

Aftermarket support for Indian Motorcycles continues to grow.

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The aftermarket scene is getting better for Indian Motorcycles all the time. The most recent example is the newly announced Aztec collection by Kuryakyn for the 2017 to 2018 Indian Chieftain bagger and Roadmaster touring bike.

According to Kuryakyn, the Aztec collection brings a balance of “bold art deco design with subdued modern styling for a clean, classic look.” Two of the new custom pieces are part of the display for the rider and two more are for embellishing the engine. The stereo accent ($39.99) and gauge cluster accents ($49.99), both available in chrome or satin black, are nice touches you can add to your Ride Command infotainment system and analog gauges with an “elegant grooved and beveled design that adds depth to the inner fairing’s contours.”

The other two new accent pieces by Kuryakyn for big Indians are a primary cover ($99.99) and a cam cover ($24.99). These fit not only on the Roadmaster and Chieftain, but any Indian equipped with the Thunder Stroke 111 V-twin since 2014, which includes the Chief and the Springfield. They replace the Indian headdress logo with what Kuryakyn calls a “sundial” design. You also have the option of keeping the headdress logo by replacing just the outer part of the primary cover which would delete the words “Indan Motorcycle, 1901” and keep the iconic logo. Like the stereo and gauge cluster accents, the primary cover and cam cover are both available in chrome or satin black.

We reached out to Indian Motorcycles about the new accessories and our contact clarified that these are unrelated to Indian’s own line of authentic accessories which can be found through local dealers or on

If you want to add a custom touch to your Indian, or if you’re just not a fan of the headdress logo, this new line from Kuryakyn can help you stand apart from the crowd even more than you already are on your big, V-twin-powered Indian motorcycle.