Avid motorcyclists are pretty serious about color matching, so we realize that it's a huge bonus if they want this option. We’re proud to be able to offer this to them.
(PRWEB) August 15, 2013
There’s an old adage that says first impressions make lasting impressions, and thanks to a new color matching offer now available at Twisted Audio Radios, matching a windshield stereo, quickly and easily, is now possible.
“We’re excited to be able to offer this to our customers,” said Alex Foris, director of marketing for Twisted Audio Radios. “After an order is placed with Twisted Audio Radios, we ship a paint-ready, smooth, white motorcycle radio shroud to the specified address.”
Foris went on to explain that the process for color matching customers’ windshield stereo is a breeze.
“Our customers have their local body shop of choice paint the shroud to match their bike and ship it back to us, using a pre-paid UPS label for assembly,” Del Littrell, one of the Twisted Audio Radios owners, pointed out, “Avid motorcyclists are pretty serious about color matching, so we realize that it's a huge bonus if they want this option. We’re proud to be able to offer this to them.”
The company’s decision to offer color matching could prove to have perfect timing due to Twisted Audio Radios’ recent expanded range of motorcycle models its sound system serves.
Originally designed primarily for Harley-Davidson Road King and Heritage Softail motorcycles, the company’s stereo system is now made for installation on models under the Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Suzuki and Victory brands, as well as other Harley models.
In addition, Littrell said Twisted Audio Radios has a variety of other design options customers can take advantage of for tricking out their radio.
“We also have Chrome Finish and a Carbon Fiber Finish,” Littrell stressed. “Our mission is to satisfy all of our customers while providing them with the most options at the best price.”
About Twisted Audio Radios:
Two guys, each with a Road King. David Gordon, a product representative in the electronics industry teamed up with Del Littrell, a product engineer in the motor coach industry. They had been friends for over thirty years so it was easy for them to pursue an idea together.
The idea – a one-piece stereo system for their bikes that would integrate with the windshield. They set out to meet a wish list of requirements such as easy installation, OEM fit and appearance, weatherproof, 100W audio output, integrated powered antenna, heavy-duty AM/FM radio with weatherband and weather alert, auxiliary audio input for iPods and MP3 players. The result – more than a stereo. For more information about Twisted Audio Radios, please visit: http://www.twistedaudioradios.com/.