Samson Exhaust Is Announcing The introduction Of Their New True Dual Crossover Systems and Powerflow III 2 into 1 With Black End Caps.

Offered now with high temperature Sinister Black ceramic coating end caps, it is designed and engineered to deliver 20% or more horsepower and torque.

O2 sensor ports accept factory or aftermarket sensors (12 mm or 18mm)

Removable full coverage heat shields and removable baffles (6 different baffle options available including the “Decibel Killer”)

Made in the USA. $539.95 if ordering directly online at Samson USA or by phone at 888-572-6766 referencing Cyril Huze Post.

Samson has over 800 different styles to choose from and they have all styles available for Harley’s new 2013 model lineup.

In addition, now there’s no more guessing what a particular exhaust will sound like: you can listen to each one right from their website.

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7 Responses to “Samson Exhaust Is Announcing The introduction Of Their New True Dual Crossover Systems and Powerflow III 2 into 1 With Black End Caps.”


  1. 1 Rodent Nov 2nd, 2012 at 9:49 am

    Kenny makes nice pipes in either California or now South Dakota USA!

  2. 2 eBikerLeather Nov 2nd, 2012 at 9:53 am

    All black are my favorite!

  3. 3 LenNY Nov 2nd, 2012 at 4:11 pm

    Clean look great with contrast of black and chrome. With interchangeability of baffles Kenny should do great with these. Samson has a huge selection and are well worth looking at.
    LenNY

  4. 4 ROGUE Nov 3rd, 2012 at 8:02 am

    Earlier this year I installed a set of Samson True Duals on by 2009 FLHTC. They are Black with Chrome end caps.
    I am very pleased with the quality, performance and sound of them and would recommend them to anyone who is interested in this type of exhaust.
    I have used many Samson systems through the years and have always been pleased with them.

  5. 5 Blackmax Nov 3rd, 2012 at 2:39 pm

    Also partial to the black
    but I’m sure like all Samson products are excellent

  6. 6 USAYGO Nov 3rd, 2012 at 7:01 pm

    Tried Samson back in the early 90’s, the quality just wasn’t there for me. They broke apart, seemed like very thin material. Hopefully the quality has gotten better.

  7. 7 Sam Nov 4th, 2012 at 10:22 am

    Why is it called a cross over? It is a true, or independent dual, but does not interconnect or cross over.

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