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The A’Trike”Tion

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A Man on A Mission

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Full Throttle Magazine 18118-L Chesterfield Airport Rd Chesterfield, MO 63005 636-536-3893 Robert Blanton Owner/Publisher Publisher@fullthrottle-magazine.com Cindy Blanton Owner/Editor Editor@fullthrottle-magazine.com Contributing Writers Marshal Tucker, Joel Mercado, Roger Ferris Sales Staff Robert Blanton

Where do I start to talk about the fun and excitement we having putting Full Throttle Magazine together each month. This is our second month as new owners and I can’t thank the Readers and advertisers enough for the terrific support and encouragement we have gotten. It’s great to have Full Throttle back on streets and quickly becoming the Magazine of Choice by both Readers and Advertiser once again. So many of the advertiser have told us, of all the motorcycle magazines in this area, Full Throttle empties off the shelves the fastest, and for that we thank you. A few things I wanted to remind all of you. Remember, we are giving our readers free money...I hope everyone takes the time to get on our website and sign up for the free $250 gift card we are giving away every month. Also for the next three months we are having a tattoo contest that will award the winner $250 to get a new tattoo they have been wanting. Both of these contest are free to enter and someone will be the winner, why not you. Just go to www. fullthrottle-magazine.com and sign up. Ladies make sure to get over to the Stratford Bar every Thursday night this month and strut your stuff and show us why your are the next Miss Full Throttle contest winner. Our winner will be featured in an upcoming issue of Full Throttle Magazine. I know many of you enjoy wearing our Full Throttle t-shirts so we are in the process of printing all new Full Throttle Magazine t-shirts and they will be awesome. We hope to have them for the Thursday night Miss Full Throttle contests at Stratford Bar. We will be giving a limited amount of the t-shirts away those nights “free.” So, be sure to attend and get your t-shirt. I want to make a special thanks to the all new crew here at Full Throttle for jumping on board and helping Cindy and I get the magazine back into action. We are building our new team slowing and methodically so that we will certainly have the best team of writers, photographers and sales staff in the magazine business. If you feel you have what it takes to be part of the best, most sought after and the most read motorcycle magazine not only in this market, but any market, email your qualifications to publisher@fullthrottle-magazine.com and I will set up a time for us to get together. As we, hopefully, get winter behind us I am excited about the upcoming riding season and the many fantastic events and rides we will be planning with all of you. Missouri and Illinois is filled with a terrific motorcycle community. This area raises thousands of dollars each year for charities and does terrific things for fellow bikes. I for one, am certainly proud to be part of this great community with all of you. As I spend time with many of you, planning exciting events like bike shows, bike nights, swap meets and many other fun events, I feel honored to have had this opportunity to own and publish Full Throttle Magazine. Make sure to watch our events page in the magazine and our website to keep up on all events going on this year. Many of you have ask us about Grease, Gears and Grooves. The answer is yes, we are working on having GGG in July as always and hope to see all of you there. Our plan is to make it bigger, better and be a fun filled day. Watch our magazine for more details on this Full Throttle event that has become a tradition to this area. Well for now I’m signing off. Remember, never stop wanting the freedom you get from riding, never stop wanting the wind in you face and always wonder why everyone doesn’t own a motorcycle?? If you have any comments or questions about Full Throttle Magazine you can contact me at publisher@ fullthrottl-magazione.com I am always available to talk. Ride Safe! Bob Blanton

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This months topic is quite interesting. “What is the hardest technique for a woman to master?” The hardest thing that I think I had to master was being confident enough in myself that I can actually do this. Can I actually ride my own bike. After that it was the basics. Learning the clutch and throttle systems and to squeeze the break, not slam it. Have you ever heard rear trike wheels squeal when the rear breaks are slammed on like a car. Not Good!!. Last month, I ask the ladies of the motorcycle world to tell me their stories. What and when was that deciding moment when caution was thrown to the wind. What made them say “to hell with it.” “Let’s go for it.” This story is from Barb of St. Charles County and is to good not to share in it’s entirety “What sounds in life do you hear that bring back memories or make your thoughts drift to a different place and time? How about a train whistle way off in the distance —a lonely beckoning sound or raindrops falling gently on the leaves of the trees in summer-soothing. How about the sound of a motorcycle engine reving upgearing upward to ----adventure! I remember back in my 20’s there were a few motorcycles around but I never really paid much attention to them nor did I in the years that followed; what with a family to raise and all. In fact the thought of a motor cycle NEVER even entered my mind all those years—but something happened a few years ago, seven to be exact. That “sound” of a motorcycle engine became more and more alluring. I kept hearing more and more of “them”. The “sound” was calling me, even the more “obnoxious” ones. I remember seeing groups of motorcyclists on the freeway on a warm, sunny summer’s day, not a cloud in the sky open road ahead, where were they

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going I wondered? How awesome they’re going somewhere, -- anywhere but here. By now my children were grown and I was a widow at this point for about eight years. As fate will often have her way, a gentleman in a bible group I was in stated he had a motorcycle he wanted to sell, actually 2 of them. One was a 250 Honda and the other was a 750 Honda Shadow. I said “Really”! “Could I take a look at them”? We set up a day for the viewing. Mind you I have NEVER, NEVER even ridden on a motorcycle nor even on the back of one and here am I asking to look at one. The day came. WOW! a beautiful cherry red 750 Honda Shadow with lots of shinny chrome, a windshield, sissy seat, sexy saddle bags and a helmet to match, who could ask for anything more. Talk about LOVE at first sight. He asked if I wanted to try it, but of course I could ride on the back. So I geared up got on the back and away we went. Wind blowing about me, the air clean and fresh. The scenery looked more real than I had ever known it to be from a car or even in a convertible. I felt exhilarated, giddy, apprehensive and oh so free all at the same time. YES, I’ll buy it!!!!!!!!!!!” Thank you, Barb, for sharing your story with everyone. This is what I love to hear. How women can be confident enough in themselves to enjoy life to the fullest. Continue to email me your thought on this months topic. I would love to hear all about the harding thing you had to master when you started riding.

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Who is today’s biker? You grab a group of your biker friends and decide to go for a nice motorcycle ride and then land somewhere to grab a bite to eat. You walk into the restaurant wearing your jeans, boot, leathers, etc. You asked to be seated and as you walk to your table, you get all these looks or stares. A large number of the population seem to stereo type who they think a “Biker” is. That we all belong to some sort of rough and ready gang. What today’s society need to realize is that not every biker out there is like is like that. There are Doctors, Lawyers, Judges, Banker, as well as many other highly paid professional. Take my Husband “Bob” for instance . Everyone who knows him, knows that he wears a suit to work everyday. He is a professional businessman who just so happens to owns this motorcycle magazine and rides a motorcycle. He is also a Real Estate Broker. But when we are out on the motorcycles, he wears the typical gear. Jeans, boots, t-shirt/tank, leather etc. So why do people judge him by is outward appearance? Why is it that we are automatically put into a stereo typical status? I had a opportunity to interview a Professional biker. I’d like you to meet Bob Marcus, Attorney at Law. He is a professional and a biker. Bob is 37 year old and has been a lawyer for about 13 years. Here are a few things that we discussed. FT: You said that you became a Lawyer about 13 years ago. What made you decide to become a Lawyer: Bob: I really enjoy working with and helping people everyday. That’s what brought me to law school. FT: What type of law do you practice? Bob: My main focus is Personal Injury Law. Half my work is motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, regular car accidents. The other half is railroad injury. Where workers get injured on the job. FT: Are you just licensed in Illinois? Bob: No, I am licensed to practice in Illinois, Missouri and Tennessee. FT: How Long have you been riding a motorcycle? Bob: I’ve been riding motorcycles since I was about 18 years old. FT: What inspired you to want to become a biker? Bob: I grew up around motorcycles. My Dad road Page 14 www.FullThrottle-Magazine.com

Harley’s his whole life. He owned a 1949 Harley FL. He’s a Motorcycle Safety Instructor. In fact, my first job, at 12, was placing the cones on the rider’s course. I was paid $5 an hour. So it was natural for me to want to ride myself. I remember this one trip I went on with my Dad. It was a camping trip I road on the back of his motorcycle with him. I was about eight years old. That trip went from Chicago all the way to Kentucky. FT: Have you ever done any long distance traveling on a motorcycle? Bob: Not as much as I would like to. Having a young family makes it a little tougher. But I will take day trips traveling about 200 miles. I wish it could be more. FT: Have you ever gone to any biker events such as Sturgis or Daytona? Bob: I wish I could say I had. I know I need to go. My plan is to try to go to one of those soon. My Dad has a time share in Daytona and it always landed during the Daytona Bike Week. He’s been many times. FT: How often to you ride? Bob: I try to get out several times a month. I’ll ride to work on a nice day. I wish I could ride everyday. Having Little ones makes it a bit tougher and I do work long hours and sometimes on weekends. FT: Do you have any professional friends that ride. Bob: Yes, I do. There are several other lawyers I know as well as a Federal Judge. FT: What is it that you like about riding? Bob: It’s the freedom. It’s different. I can tell that I have a much more enjoyable ride when I ride to work then when I’m in a car. It’s just feels better. It’s exhilarating. So you see, the Biker industry has more Professionals then you think. Rider are far more affluent than in years past. Also, women riders have significantly increased over the past few years. The motorcycle industry has stabilized and motorcycle sales in 2013 has shown a 2 percent increase over 2012 according to the Motorcycle Industry Council (MIC). So the next time you are out and about and you see a biker. All we ask, DON’T JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER. C.Blanton www.FullThrottle-Magazine.com Page 15

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Ok...So as I’ve mentioned before, I’m pretty much all things “Trike”. So when I received Marshall Tucker’s Article for this month, he mentioned Roadsmith Trikes. He also mentioned how they now have a newly designed 2014 Indian Chieftain Trike. My eyebrows raised and my wheels started turning. What a great thing to investigate. This Trike is a beauty. Roadsmith has done a great job in staying true with the styling of the new 2014 Indian Chief. The really interesting thing about this trike is the independent rear suspension with a 10” longer wheel base. This allows for the best ride of your life. Roadsmith was the first to invent the independent rear suspension over 20 years ago. This has changed the way that trike are handled today.

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Last month I ask my readers to email my the A”Trike”Tion story. I got quite a few responses. There was one gentlemen that emailed me telling me that due to an injury to his leg, he was no longer able to hold up a 2 wheeled motorcycle. He said that he did not want any injury stopping him from enjoying the passion he had for the open road. So he bid adieu to his Harley

Softail Custom and said hello to his Harley Davidson Heritage Classic with a Motortrike conversion kit on the back. He did admit that there was a period of adjustment. He kept wanting to lean into the turns. Finally, he settled in to the feel of riding he trike and couldn’t be happier.

I had a women that who, like me, had “attempted” to ride a motorcycle but her fear got the best of her. She really thought that her dream of riding her own bike had vanished into the wind. She heard of the Trike, but was unsure of the stability. How stable is it really? How does it handle? She had a lot of question. Being that she was a new rider, she did not feel comfortable taking one out for a test ride. The salesman was kind enough to put her on the back while he drove. She want to get a feel first hand how it handled on the road and how stable it really was. She was hooked. She was amazed on the stability. That was over ten years ago. She has put quite a few miles on her trike and has loved every minute of it. Keep the stories coming and thanks for being apart of such an elite club. C.Blanton editor@fullthrottle-magazine.com www.FullThrottle-Magazine.com Page 17

a man on a mission

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lowed to carry on such a foul and directed hate. And the breaking news story back on March 2, 2011, founder of regarding the Supreme Court ruling allowing WBC was Westboro Baptist Church (WBC) to continue disbarred to picket the funerals of our great nation’s fallas a lawen Military men and women. Stating that it did yer and indeed fall under the 1st Amendment of our that takes Constitution. And how is sparked a huge media morals frenzy. Well, it did more than that. It lit a fire in and ethic violations to get disbarred and if that wasn’t enough he even sent Saddam Hussein a letter or praise in 2003. James Madison would be rolling in his grave…” Obviously this did not sit well with Charley. So, he gather up three of he buddies, Kenny “Bagger” Oldson, “Rebel” Jay Tamlin, & Chad “The Chadinator” Blanco. They hopped on the back of their motorcycles with American flags flying and headed to Topeka Kansas to express their freedom of speech right on the belly of one man in particular. His name is the door steps of the WBC themselves. Once Charley Barnes. Charley is a tremendous asset the four men arrived early Saturday evening, to his community is Colorado. He is a devoted they headed out in search of Westboro Baptist father and Friend. He stands up for those who Church. They had no idea what their plan was can not stand for themselves. Not only is he the to be, but they sure were determined to exefounder of Journey 4 Justice. He started a charcute one. Come Sunday morning bright and itable foundation called Sleigh Riders Motorcyearly, they stood at the door steps of the WBC, cle Toy Run. So needless with their American flags, to say, he was flat out ringing the door buzzer and disgusted and outraged. asking through an intercom, His exact words were, and what time their services I quote start. No answer. They waited a few more minutes and “Can you imagine tried again. Still no answer. having to bury your child Now they knew someone with these “cult lunatics” would have to be there picketing the funeral bebecause when they arrived cause his or her death was on Saturday, the flags of the WBC were down the result of homosexuality in general? Seriand when the men came back on Sunday, the ous? This is nothing more than a cult and from flags were up. A little while later they found out what I can tell the only cult actually being al-

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that, with the exception of one house, the WBC owned every house on that block. And to make matters more interesting, this block was completely fenced off like a huge compound. Charley thought to himself, “this wreaked of cult all the way around.” That explains why they got all these odd looks as they walk around that block waving the American Flag. Ultimately they turned the entire block into a complete frenzy within a couple of hours.

seek more “cult members.” Sure enough they came across 20 more spewing their nonsense. Charley, Kenny, Jay & Chad parked their bikes, assem Topeka’s finest were call after a heated bled their flags, walked through the park and conversation between a man, who, for what stood right beside them. This was an emotionever reason would not give his name and Char- al moment. The overwhelming response they ley. Acreceived for their efforts. cording to This indeed was the Long awaited “Journey Charley, 4 Justice”. This demonstration made quite an he was impact on the WBC. The four gentlemen left mean and feeling ten times better then they ever thought nasty and they would. NOT what you would In June of 2011 Charley started a Facecall a man book group. All of a sudden, he realized that he of God by any stretch of the imagination. The wasn’t the only one that felt that way. By July police told this man that Charley and his friends of that same year, he had over 1000 people all were well within their rights to walk down the joining together, Hence “Journey 4 Justice” was sidewalks with their flags without a permit. (The born. law states that you can not protest or picket within 50 feet while a “Church” is in service.) Journey 4 Justice is a Community that The “man with no name” was so outraged,but due to the fact that is was approaching 9:30am, and their services started at 10am, Charley and his friends agree to leave after the police explained their rights. As they were leaving a woman ask them if they were told to leave and offered her front yard for their use. The enjoyment the four gentlemen got watch the smug smile on the “man with no name’s” face slide right off. This time the police were asked to measure the distance. The measurement has many teams across the United States. To stopped just 10 feet shy of where they stood. much of Charley’s amazement, he states “The The officer gave them the thumbs up, a smile, reason this has gotten so big and worldwide “You’re good.” The “man with no name” wasn’t already is just because 4 schmucks from Colosmiling anymore and ushered everyone inrado took the fight to them, played by their rules side. After that, they took their flags, thanks the and won; you can as well” woman for her generosity and headed out to

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Journey 4 Justice Mission Statement 1.To honor our fallen military men and women by exercising our right of free speech and displaying the American & State flags in all their glory. 2.To field teams that will travel to Topeka, Kansas to honor and defend the city by countering the vile and foul rhetoric from local hate groups. 3.To honor any and all people targeted by “hate groups” including, but not limited to the Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kansas. 4.To respectfully obey all State and Federal laws in accordance with the 1st Amendment. Charley recently shared with me. “A lot has changed thanks to us and it’s

now very hard to get on their sidewalk, but we still do. When this started, they only had “church” on Sunday from 10-12. They have since changed it 4 times trying to keep us away. Currently, they claim services are Monday through Sunday from 7AM to 10PM…true story. What they are trying to do is hope we won’t come anymore if we can’t be on their sidewalk with our flag. The law says you must be 50’ away from a church 30 minutes before and after a service. This law was enacted because of them but we have to abide by it because tech-

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nically, the Flag is a “banner” and falls under signage laws. So we just stand on the neighbor lawns etc. The idea is all the traffic that honk for us that they can hear….we don’t care if they see us…they know we are there. The support we get at their law firm is off the charts…firetrucks wailing as they go by, buses, semi’s and of course hundreds and hundreds of vehicles.” More importantly, Charley wanted to let people know they are the only group of its kind. “We invade THEIR privacy and they hate us for it. Since they are a family of lawyers, most are afraid of them. I set out to prove that it didn’t matter who they were…I was not going to be intimidated and that is what started the group…a set of balls! Which is why I also started to wave flags at their law firm…just to prove a point and still today, it’s my favorite place to go harass them and let’s be honest, that is exactly our goal. To invade their family privacy and break them up when we see them on the street corners in Topeka. When the group was formed in June of 2011, we didn’t miss a week in Topeka for 48 consecutive weeks meaning there was a J4J team present in Topeka every single weekend for almost a year straight and half of those teams were from out of state. Iowa, Missouri, New York, Minnesota, Colorado, Mississippi, Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska and others. In fact, we had a gal ride down from Minnesota with her DOG on the bike.” To this day Charley and many more take multiple trip a year to wave their American Flags in front of the Westboro Baptist Church. I want to give a special thanks for Charley Barnes for letting me share his amazing journey. Everyone need to stand behind this cause. For more information about Journey 4 Justice, to join their community or to created a team, visit their website at www.journey4justice.com. C.Blanton Photos taken by Charley Barnes

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elcome back readers and riders! Marshall Tucker of St. Charles Harley-Davidson here and happy to be reporting to you fresh from the 2014 EasyRiders V-Twin Expo! This yearly show is open to vender’s, dealers, press, but not the public. Its purpose is to debut new products to the folks out in the field selling them, giving us a one on one feeling and getting all the questions that you, “the customer” may have, answered for the 2014 season. The two day expo takes place every February in the warm and sunny city of Cincinnati Ohio; OK so I lied. It was in fact 26 degrees and snowing when I arrived but with all the commotion going on in the lobby of the hotel the cold feeling drifted quickly. It was replaced with warm laughter of large bearded men, loud hoots and hollers, flat brimmed caps, tattoos, Chuck Taylors, flannels, leather boots and the faint scent of PBR and whiskey. I was in my element and very excited! After checking in, it was nice to know I had a few friends from the St. Louis area waiting in the hotel bar. I was stoked to share a few brews with Darren from Liquid Illusions, a veteran in the St. Louis motorcycle scene as well as the show. He was able to share a few words of wisdom and give me a few pointers as well. As I started to look around I noticed I was sharing the bar with the likes of David Perewitz, an old favorite of mine and a legend in the motorcycle industry. Also Matt Hotch of Hot Match Custom Cycles, who was featured on Discovery’s Biker Build Off a few years back, was at the bar. I had the honor of having a beer with Matt and he’s quite a down earth guy. He gave me some insight on just how much hard work and brain matter went into his latest creations for the show. After wrapping up our conversation it got me very excited to see what the Expo had in store for me so I called it a night and headed to bed. The doors opened at 9am sharp Saturday morning and a flood of people poured into the showroom with the big names right in front, like Performance Machine who is really branching out on some new products these days and are even peddling rims for your truck should you so need them. Also had a chance to speak with Cory and Zach Ness of Arlen Ness and I am very excited about their new products. You can really see the transition of their products over the years, each generation bringing their own edge and styling. Expect big things from Vance and Hines, like the new FuelPak3! I’m talking Star Trek type stuff! Imagine linking your IPhone or Android to your Fuelpak3 and beyond. You also have the ability to down load the app, store maps, as well as link directly to Vance and Hines should you have any tuning issues. LA Choppers as always is keeping up with the “club bike” scene and offering amazing, aggressive, and affordable products for your next one-off build. Roadsmith Trike kits unveiled the first 2014 Indian Chieftain Trike build! The bike had very clean lines for a trike and

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runs an independent rear suspension giving you ultimate command of the road. I was truly impressed by each vendor I stopped and talked with, each taking time to make sure I fully understood their product. But there was one trend that seemed a bit over bearing. Let’s talk wheels, specifically big wheels and baggers. Before I go any further please understand that in my position at the shop, my main goal is putting dreams to metal for customers. My opinion may not always mirror theirs, but our passion for the ride does. The team at St. Charles Harley-Davidson has put numerous 21” wheel baggers on the road and in fact we are in the process of a 23” build right now. Hell, the owner of this very magazine you are reading his owns 23” build. Multiple big wheel companies offer up to a 30” wheel for your custom bagger. But Metalsport and Matt Hotch have stepped it up this year, with the release of a massive 32” wheel!! Now again don’t get me wrong I was very impressed with the innovation, work, and over all look of this bike. But let’s put this into perspective. 32” is the average height of a 3-4 year old child. 32” is taller than the inseam of my jeans! That’s 2.666 feet! It’s almost half the wheel base of a 2014 SteetGlide?! My point being, when does it stop? My jaw hit the floor when I saw my first wide tire bike. It was only a 200mm and I’m pretty sure it was a car tire. But by the end of that fad, guys were rolling 360mm and even 380’s, fighting to get it through a turn safely. I have a feeling we are at that same cross roads with the big wheeled baggers. What’s next? That’s what I am asking all of you. Let’s all go back to the drawing boards, revisit the past and make something better. Let us inspire ourselves and each other and let that be reflected in our own builds and motorcycles no matter the make or model. So Full Throttle readers this is my challenge to you! Show me the “next big thing”, give the community something to gawk at, lets drop some jaws! I’ll be looking forward to seeing some of YOUR cool builds on the road this season! Thanks for stopping by and hope y'all enjoy the ride! Marshall Tucker St.Charles Halrey-Davidson

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Pushrods: Screamin Eagle Mods: Cams: Andrews 57H Frame Lifters: HD YearlType: 2012 Touring Throttle Body: HD Rake: +9 Carb: HD Stretch: +5” Air Cleaner: Covingtons Modifications: EFI Controller: RC xcellerator Suspension Exhaust: Covingtons Destroyer 2-1 Front: Air / Hydraulic Oil Cooler: HD Manufacturer: HD / Covington Other Motor Length: +2” Mods/Add Ons: Fully engraved Triple Trees: Covington raked trees Power (if known; Rear: HD please provide Dyno Swingarm: HD Chart): Shocks: Arnott air w/ adjustable dampTransmission ening YearlType: 2012 HD 6 Speed Wheels, Tires, and Case: HD Brakes Gears: HD Front Clutch: HD Builder/Size: Covingtons “DC” Primary Drive: HD Tire/Size: Vee Rubber 26” Other ClutchlTranny Calipers: PM 6 piston Rotors: Covingtons “DC” 13” Rear Builder/Size: Covingtons “DC” 17 x 6.5 Tire/Size: Metzler 200/50-17 Caliper: HD


Owner: Jerry Covington Shop:Covington Customs Shop Phone:508.256.2939 Website: www.covingtonscustoms.com Year/Make/Model: 2012 Fabrication: Covington Customs Welding: Convington Customs Assembly: Covington Customs Build Time: 3 months


YearlType/Size: 2013 Twon Cam 103” Builder: HD/Covington Customs Cases: HD Pistons:HD S.E. Cylinders: HD Heads:HD Valves: HD Rockers: HD Rocker Boxes:Covington Twin Pan Smoothies Windscreen,:Smoothed Dirty Birds Tour PaklTrunk: HD Razor Pack Tour Pak Modifications: 12” Subwoofer in pack Stereo: JVC Touchscreen I video Amplifier: JL 90015 Front Speakers: JLC3 Rear Speakers: JLC3

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Joining th If you want to experience the best food and drinks and have it served to you by the areas most beautiful women, then The Tilted Kilt is where you need to go.

“While the Tilted Kilt concept has its roots deep in the rousing tradition of Scottish, Irish and English Pubs, it actually first came to life in America’s own sin city, Las Vegas. The brainchild of successful restaurateur Mark DiMartino, Tilted Kilt was conceived to be a contemporary, Celtic-themed sports Pub staffed with beautiful servers in sexy plaid kilts and matching plaid bras,” says the founders. The Tilted Kilt is the home of the Famous “Kilt Girls”. There are many locations across the country and in March, 2012 they arrived in St. Charles, MO. Their very own Lauren was selected as a 2014 National Calendar Girls. Are you a HUGE sports fan? The Tilted Kilt has over 45 HDTV’s situated all around the Pub. So no matter where you sit, you will be able to enjoy your favorite sports team and cheer then on. It’s not just all fun and games....Okay, maybe it is. You are always welcome to join in on their Live Trivia Nights every Tuesday at 8:00pm or Video Trivia every Wednesday at 8:00pm. Both of them are free to play. Do you love tasting rare beers? The Titled Kilt love hosting “Tapping Parties”. They tap a new and rare beer every Wednesday at 6:00pm. Join in for free. If you are loyal to them, they will be loyal to you. The Titled Kilt offers several Loyalty Programs. • Lunch Punch Card- visit them 10 times for lunch and get your 11th one for free. • Tapping Party Loyalty Program- visit us for 10 tapping parties and get a free t-shirt • Blues Jersey Giveaway- Join us for all the St. Louis Blues Action- giveaway during the third period of each away game throughout the season (ex: Autographed Jersey, Autographed Helmet, Autographed Pucks, Jerseys) • NEW Hop Society -Loyalty Card Starting in late March or April Are you a Lover of MOTORCYCLES. Starting in May, get on your bike and head down to The Tilted Kilt every Thursday for “Bike Night”. You might even be able to get a pictures of your favorite “Kilt Girl” with you and your bike. They will be serving food and beer outside for all bike nights. Throughout the summer, FULL THROTTLE MAGAZINE and The Tilted Kilt will be pairing up to host numerous Poker Runs. Watch for future dates. When you arrive at The Tilted Kilt, you better be very hungry and thirsty. They offer a full food and drink menu. Featuring some of their signature dishes such as, burgers (made from sirloin, chuck and brisket), Garlic Chicken, Irish Nachos, Shepherd’s Pie and Irish Stew. There is always a Happy Hour. Monday-Thursday from 2pm-6pm and 10pm-close. • NEW HOPPY HOUR starting in late March to replace the current Happy Hour • $3 20oz Budweiser Family Drafts • 1/2 Priced Appetizers • $10 Bud Family Buckets (5 beers) Scan code to find us on • $2.50 Bud Family Bottles

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he Kilt Clan There are Daily specials that are offer everyday of the week. • Sunday - $.50 Boneless Wings, $.60 Traditional Wings - $3.00 Domestic Drafts - $5.00 Top Shelf Bloody Mary • Monday - Spend $30.00 and get a FREE appetizer - $3.00 Domestic Draft • Tuesday - $6.00 Boneless Wings - $12.00 Domestic Buckets • Wednesday -$5.00 BURGERS -$1.00 off Tapping Tower Beers • Thursday -$6.00 Irish Dip, Shepherd’s Pie and Irish Stew -$4.00 Guinness, TK Lager, Smithwicks, Jameson, Kilbeggan & Bushmills • Friday & Saturday- Drink of the day specials **Specials are subject to change. Check us out on Facebook or our website for all our latest specials. The Titled Kilt opens daily at 11am. Sunday-Wednesday closes at 12am and Thursday-Saturday closes at 1:30am. They are very easily accessible from the St. Louis Metro Area. Located just off First Capital Drive and Interstate 70. So come down and join the KILT CLAN!

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Story and Photo’s by Roger Ferris

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FULL THROTTLE, is such a great opening line don’t you think? This Magazine is to get your heart pumping and your mind thinking. What do we think about most? We think about buying or building something with 2, 3 or 4 wheels. Our next thought goes right to HOW FAST DOES IT GO? Before I start, I would like to say, when Full Throttle Magazine approached me to be a part of their team, I was excited and honored. My name is Roger Ferris. I am a car builder, fabricator & painter by choice. Not because it is a JOB but because I love most anything with its own power. I’m sure you may have seen me around at many events. Although, you may not remember me, but most likely remember the cars and bikes I’ve done. I like to have my work speak for itself whether it’s my personal toy or customers, they do all the talking. I am usually not on this side of the story writing, but the one giving all of the tech information for someone else to come up with a good story about the cars I’ve done and use it for their magazine. I have a true passion for anything with a throttle. Cars and motorcycles go hand in hand. Whether you push the throttle with your foot or rock it back with your hand. There’s nothing like the feeling of power beneath you. That is enough about me and my story. Let me tell you all about this fine piece of machinery. Let’s start with the name of the magazine. FULL THROTTLE. The plan is simple and what we all shoot for when we want to go fast. What is the most amount of power we can put in the lightest car we can find? You may look at this car and say it is not American so I don’t like it, well you better look again. Yes it is a Triumph GT6+ and not built here in the good USA. But keep looking, when Jon Cook opens the hood you will see the magic start. The engine is a Pontiac all aluminum LS1 5.7L V8 with a Lingenfelter GT 2-3 camshaft with the power going to the Moser Engineering 9” M9 sheet metal rear end with 3.70:1 Detroit Tru-Trac through a Tremec T56 6 speed transmission. So, now you can see that this will be extremely fast, but can it handle and stop? Jon has all of that taken care of too; he made custom control arms that are held together with Wilwood Pro-Spindles. To help with the cornering he uses QA1 single adjustable coil-over shocks on all 4 corners and also uses a triangulated 4 link in the rear. Since these cars didn’t have this kind of power with the stock 6 cylinder engines it was time to upgrade the brake system too. He picked a Tilton pedal assembly with a Wilwood master cylinder to send the

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Car Mania much needed pressures to the Wilwood Dynalite calipers at all 4 wheels. Speaking of the 4 wheels, the factory wheels and tires would never hold up. So he went with Enkei GTC 01 17” wheels and Nitto NT555 tires. (205/40-17” front & 275/40-17” rear) When it came time to have the body and paint work done after he had everything mocked up and fitting the way he liked it, he decided to have a body shop handle that for him. This was Jon’s first custom car build and he learned many things on this car because he did everything at home up to this point in a one car garage. He thought instead of learning body work and paint work he should just bring it to me at SHOWCAR SPECIALIST. I was really pleased he chose me because this car is very impressive and I knew it was going to be a fun car to do. We removed the bumpers, emblems, vents, fuel filler door and the body seams to smooth things up. We painted the car with DuPont Basecoat-Clearcoat systems, FORD Grabber Blue. We also painted the original looking badges on instead of installing the pitted originals. With the thought of HOW FAST WILL IT GO in mind Jon designed the interior to work with a clean yet safety minded interior. He made a custom Carbon Fiber dash insert to house the Autometer Ultralite gauges. Using a Grant GT 12” steering wheel to control the Rack & Pinion steering. He re-used the original Triumph seats but had them reupholstered with the addition of light blue accent stitching. Knowing that this car will be doing 1/4 mile track time and some high speed cornering he added the 5 point safety harnesses and a 6 point Chromoly roll cage. Once Jon had everything put back together and put a few test miles on it around the neighborhood he took his first trip with the car to Springfield, Illinois for the Route 66 Festival. Not bad for a first trip. He had to work out a few bugs but after that he took the car to Gateway Motorsports Park to see how it would do. With the car being fresh & being a 6 speed he was able to pull off a few good runs with the best time of 13.8 at 102 mph. Like Jon said the limiting speed factor was the driver. Which means to me the light weight and plenty of power works and yes FULL THROTTLE all the way. PICK UP NEXT MONTH’S ISSUE OF FULL THROTTLE MAGAZINE TO SEE THE FINISHED PRODUCT IN ALL IT’S GLORY!

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regularly, brushes me down often, and keeps me in a shed to protect me.” 1. You wash your bike more than you wash yourself. • Farmer: Total look of utter amazement. 2. You wave at bikers even when you’re in your car. • Biker: “Mind if I talk to your sheep?” 3. You have motorcycle parts in your dishwasher • Farmer: “The sheep is a liar.” 4. Your idea of jewelry is chains and barbed wire GYNECOLOGIST..... A MOTORCYCLE 5. You’re only sunburned on the back of your hands and neck MECHANIC? 6. You stop to help when you see another biker A gynecologist was getting sick of his job and decided that broke down, regardless of what he is riding. he needed a career change. He’d always enjoyed tinkering 7. You know what DILLIGAF means. with motorcycle engines so thought he’d become a motorcycle mechanic. The good doctor went along to the Amer8. You’d rather walk than ride bitch. ican Institute of Motorcycling, the best motorcycle meANIMALS DON’T TALK chanics school in the country, and completed the training While riding one day alone Biker met a Farmer riding a horse with a dog and a sheep alongside. The biker began a class. The final exam was to strip a bike engine completely and reassemble it - obviously back into perfect working conversation . . . . order. So our gynecologist friend did the test and anxious• Biker: “Hey, cool dog you got there. Mind if I speak to ly awaited the result. The day he received the results he him?” got quite a surprise, he got 150%! He quickly phoned the • Farmer: “Dogs don’t talk.” instructor and queried the mark. The instructor said, “No, • Biker: “Hey dog, how’s it going?” no that’s right. First I gave you 50% for stripping down the • Dog: “Doing’ alright.” engine -- a very thorough job. Next I gave you 50% for re• Farmer: Look of shock. assembling it - a fantastic job really. Then I gave you a 50% • Biker: “Is this your owner?” Pointing at the farmer. bonus for doing it all through the muffler.” • Dog: “Yep.”

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• Biker: “How does he treat you?” • Dog: “Really well. He walks me twice a day, feeds me great food, & takes me to the river once a week.” • Farmer: Look of total disbelief. • Biker: “Mind if I talk to your horse?” • Farmer: “Horses don’t talk.” • Biker: “Hey horse, how’s it going?” • Horse: “Cool.” • Farmer: Extreme look of shock. • Biker: “Is this your owner? “ pointing at the Farmer. • Horse: “Yessiree Bob.” • Biker: “How’s he treating you?” • Horse: “Pretty good, and thanks for asking. He rides me

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A police officer pulled over two nuns riding on a motorcycle, and said to the rider, ‘Ma’am, you’re driving much too slowly, could you please drive faster?” • And the nun says, ‘Oh, I saw the sign with the “21” and assumed the speed limit was 21 km/h” • The officer explains: ‘No ma’am, the speed limit is 80. The highway number is Interstate 21.” • Then the police officer look at the passenger and see the other nun shaking like a leaf. • “Excuse me sister, but what’s wrong with your passenger?” • “Oh, that’s probably because we just got off Highway 205.”

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What a beauty.... This 1955 Chevy Bel Aire is an eye catcher and a show stopper. Features include a 540 cubic inch engine that puts out 900 horse. 400 turbo transmission that makes this baby scream. Our very own Roger Ferris did the paint and body work. And the electrical and final touches were complete by the owner himself Louis Jackson. This was a 3 year build project and the best compliment that Louis can have it featured in the April issue of “Super Chevy.� Pageget 42iswww.FullThrottle-Magazine.com

Owner • Louis Jackson Paint and bodywork completed by • Roger Ferris

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