Guidry likes seeing ugly metal parts about as much as eating fast food, so the saddlebag mounts were reinvented and hidden to create the illusion of there being no visible means of saddlebag support. Hotop fabricated twin rear lights into the bags, relegating the stock, fender-mounted taillamp to the discard bin. To remove the ugly gap between footboards and frame, the footboard mounts were moved back two inches, then Hotop fabricated custom boards to fill the space with elegance. Next, the license plate was cunningly relocated under the fender, from whence it emerges when the bike’s on regular patrol duty. “There are times in Cajun country when you don’t want or need a license plate” claims Guidry. After hearing what he frequently does on a Louisiana Saturday night, we believe him. Let’s just say that Zydeco music and Dixie beer are the only parts of those activities that we’ll print here.