Zipper’s Performance Products Launches A New Website

Accurate website coding, visual design appeal and quality of items cross referencing are a must to give users a satisfying online experience and to get a chance to turn web surfers into customers. Today, if they want to remain competitive in the digital world, most website owners have to revamp their websites at least every 2 or 3 years…

On November 14th 2012, Zipper’s Performance Products received a long overdue overhaul. Harley-Davidson® performance enthusiasts can now take advantage of Zipper’s 30+ years of performance excellence with a website offering and clearly explaining their ground-breaking performance solutions and products. it includes Red Shift® Performance Cams, Red Shift® Cam Chain Tensioners, MaxFlow air filter kits, engine kits (like Zip Kits and Muscle Kits), and ThunderMax® EFI System products. Check them out at Zipper’s Performance Products.

2 Responses to “Zipper’s Performance Products Launches A New Website”

  1. 1 Roger Nov 27th, 2012 at 10:42 am

    A well done, cool website is the nest marketing tool. Just ask Cyril, the master in everything digital.

  2. 2 ROGUE Nov 28th, 2012 at 8:34 am

    I like the new site and was surprised to see myself on it.
    I have always been pleased with the products from Zippers that I have used over the years and that does include the ThunderMax which by the way now has over 45,000 trouble free miles on it.
    During the time it has been on the motorcycle I have changed a couple of exhaust systems and all I had to do was go into my laptop change the information and upload it to the ThunderMax then ride the motorcycle.
    If I decide to make any other changes in the future that is all that will be required. I do not have a lot of money and Dyno Time is Very Expensive and I prefer the engine to tune to my riding style than that of a machine. Just Sayin.
    When I find a product I like I try to let others know about it and also why I like it. Hopefully that will help them decide if it is right for them.

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