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Magnaflow Partners with Arlen Ness Motorcycles

Magnaflow Partners with Arlen Ness MotorcyclesMagnaflow & Arlen Ness Motorcycles

Magnaflow, a global leader in performance exhaust product, announces a new partnership with Arlen Ness Motorcycles to manufacture and sell a complete line of co-branded exhaust products.

Known as Arlen Ness by Magnaflow, the high-performance, high-quality, made in the USA exhaust systems will be designed by Arlen Ness for American V-Twin motorcycles.

The new product line will make its world debut on the National Geographic Channel’s Let It Ride series starring Zach Ness on October 24, 2013. Magnaflow has been a leader in exhaust performance, technology, design and manufacturing for over 30 years.

Chris McGee (Magnaflow Motorcycle Division Director) says: “Magnaflow is thrilled to partner with the legendary Arlen Ness. With Arlen’s trend setting, timeless designs and Magnaflow’s R&D, engineering, manufacturing and customer service capabilities, we have combined for one of the most powerful product launches in recent memory.

“Arlen Ness and Magnaflow, two world class brands partnered to deliver the highest possible quality and performance exhaust products for your motorcycle.”

Arlen Ness says: “I am very excited about the new Arlen Ness by Magnaflow exhaust line. Cory, Zach and I have been working together on some really exciting designs that look and sound amazing. I can say the industry has never seen anything like the new Arlen Ness by Magnaflow exhaust line. You are going to want to put these pipes on your bike.”

The Arlen Ness by Magnaflow exhaust line will make its world debut on the National Geographic Channel’s Let It Ride TV show October 24, 2013. Staring Arlen’s Grandson Zach Ness, Let It Ride has risen to be a highly acclaimed, top rated program in its first season on NatGeo. Tune in tomorrow night October 24, 2013 to see Zach and the Ness family fire up their new Arlen Ness by Magnaflow exhaust for the first time.

Zach Ness (host of Let It Ride) says: “On this season of Let It Ride we built some killer bikes with great craftsmanship and some great parts. We all put a lot of effort and time into the new exhaust line and to now be able to debut it on our season finally of Let It Ride is really exciting. The style, performance and sound fit the bike perfectly. I look forward to featuring more Arlen Ness by Magnaflow systems on future episodes of Let It Ride and running them on my own bikes.”

Arlen Ness is an icon in the custom motorcycle world with a 40 plus year history of building custom bikes and high end parts and accessories. For more information and to see the new Arlen Ness by Magnaflow products visit

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