Suzuki Katana 600 Aftermarket Parts and Accessories Buying Guide

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You spend a lot of time looking for street motorcycle gear that will make you look and feel exactly how you want to. You should spend at least as much time looking for aftermarket parts for your bike. Purchasing Suzuki Katana 600 aftermarket parts and accessories can take you to the next level of performance and comfort. From batteries to turn signals, here’s a brief guide for buying aftermarket parts for your Suzuki Katana.

Batteries

The Katana already comes with a decent battery, but there’s no reason you can’t make a good thing even better. The BikeMaster AGM Platinum II Battery has better performance and a longer storage life than standard wet batteries. It’s also virtually maintenance-free and won’t spill (thanks to its permanent sealed design). If you have a little extra cash to spare and you want maximum voltage performance, you may want to consider the Shorai LiFeP04 LFX Battery. It’s a lithium-ion battery that can hold a charge for up to a year without requiring maintenance or charging. It’s also lightweight and charges very fast.

Turn Signals

Not a fan of the tiny turn signals that came with your Katana 600? Give your bike a little more style with custom aftermarket turn signals. It won’t cost you much money but can make a world of difference in how your bike looks. K&S offers affordable turn signals in a variety of shapes. Whether you prefer smooth round turn signals or sleek rectangles, you can find a shape that will look great on your ride.

Side Mirrors

The stock mirrors that come with the Suzuki Katana 600 already look slick, but if you aren’t a fan of their curvy shape, you can always switch them out with blockier mirrors. Standard rectangle mirrors such as those offered by EMGO OEM can give you a greater viewing area so you can clearly see what’s behind and next to you.

Seat Covers

You look great in your motorcycle casual wear, so shouldn’t your bike look just as good?  If your seat is showing a little wear-and-tear, you won’t feel as confident. Replacing your old, worn seat cover with a fresh, new one will work wonders for your self-esteem (and your comfort). Saddlemen Saddle Skins Seat Covers are made from high-quality Saddlehyde material that’s weather-resistant and built to last. They offer original factory styling and are designed to fit your seat snuggly.

Grips

Your bike grips should feel very comfortable to hold onto. If you aren’t happy with the way your stock grips fit in your hands, switch them out. Grips are some of the most affordable upgrades you can make to increase your comfort and control on the bike. You can opt for standard grips such as the Odi Vans-Cult 7/8” Grips, or you might prefer colorful anodized grips such as those offered by ProGrip. You can even choose grips that match your street motorcycle riding gear for a cool, seamless look.

These simple upgrades are easy to make and don’t cost a lot of money. But despite their affordability, they can make a huge difference in the way your bike looks and feels.

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