MagnaFlow is no stranger to the performance exhaust arena, so when they make an announcement, it's usually a big deal. And this one is no exception. Here's the official release:
"MagnaFlow, a global leader in performance exhaust products, has just announced a new partnership with Arlen Ness Motorcycles to manufacture a complete line of co-branded exhaust products worldwide. Known as Arlen Ness by MagnaFlow, the high-performance, made in the USA premium systems will be designed by Arlen Ness for American V–Twin motorcycles including Harley-Davidson, Victory and Indian. Ness has been producing accessories for the motorcycle market for more than 40 years.
To lead MagnaFlow into the motorcycle market, the company has turned to industry veteran Chris McGee. McGee, a former professional international motorcycle racer with an extensive background in media, marketing and brand building, has been named director of the Motorcycle Division at MagnaFlow.
“It is an honor to be part of the MagnaFlow team,” said McGee. “With a 30-plus year history of manufacturing the highest quality and best-performing exhaust products for the automotive market, it is exciting to now focus MagnaFlow’s innovative resources and knowledge on the motorcycle market. MagnaFlow is a very progressive brand that will deliver dynamic exhaust products to meet the performance, sound, style and quality demands of today’s riders.”
From the MagnaFlow website:
"Arlen Ness is recognized around the world as the Godfather of Custom Motorcycles. An icon of the industry, Arlen Ness has been producing custom motorcycles and high-end, trend-setting parts and accessories for Harley-Davidson®, Victory and Indian motorcycles for over 40 years. Arlen Ness now turns his talents to design a complete line of co-branded exhaust systems known as Arlen Ness by MagnaFlow. Arlen Ness by MagnaFlow delivers style with a world-class custom look and power with dynamic performance you will feel on the road.
Arlen Ness said, “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 motorcycle 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.”
MagnaFlow will unveil the new Arlen Ness by MagnaFlow exhaust line at the SEMA show in Las Vegas on Nov. 5, 2013, at 3 p.m., but you can see it the new product line in its world debut on the National Geographic Channel’s Let It Ride series starring Zach Ness on October 24, 2013. For more info and to see the new Arlen Ness by MagnaFlow line see www.MagnaFlow.com and visit MagnaFlow at SEMA booth #23543.