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Samson: True Dual Crossunder Harley Mufflers


Harley-Davidson True Duals

Samson Exhaust has added a new True Dual Crossunder Longtails Mufflers with Baffles to their product line-up for Harley-Davidson motorcycles.

This new exhaust system was designed to allow maximum airflow through the system to maintain the bikes peak performance with less heat to deal with for the rider. Samson is the only manufacturer that doesn’t crimp the crossover pipe so you won’t lose any horsepower due to crushing the “Crossunder Tube” like most other exhaust manufacturers.

Kenny Price, President and founder of Samson Exhaust was one of the very first pioneers to develop a fishtail exhaust system which led to the development of the new Longtails muffler…its 4″ x 35″ long. Samson exhaust systems are made like true double wall construction to prevent bluing due to the heat that is generated in a motorcycle exhaust. Samson offers over 575 different exhausts…all “installer friendly.”

Samson’s Longtails offer a show quality finish with Samson’s exclusive Quad Chrome plating process that provides ultimate adhesion and corrosion protection. All of Samson’s exhaust systems have been designed and tuned to produce maximum horsepower, torque and awesome sound. This system is ready to bolt on right out of the box and includes O2 sensor ports.

Additional Features and Benefits:

•Produces up to 20% more horsepower and torque

•Fits 2010 and 2011 Harley Davidson Dresser or Road King

•Full Coverage Head Pipe Heat Shields

•Improves gas mileage

•Awesome Deep Tone

•Mounting hardware included

•Available in luxurious chrome or “sinister” black (special request)

•Limited 1 year warranty

•MSRP: $899.95

*$809.95 (If ordering directly off of the internet)

For specific applications, and to check out Samson Exhaust’s entire product line, visit or contact them directly at (888) 572-6766; Samson USA, 655 Tamarack Ave., Brea, CA 92821…email them at

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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