Samson is the world leading manufacturer of exhaust systems, mufflers and accessories for Harley-Davidson and Metric motorcycles and offers a vast selection of styles that produce maximum horsepower, torque and awesome sound! Samson always has and will continue to set a standard for the motorcycle industry.

Samson’s styles and designs are still copied world-wide. Even though many exhaust systems may look the same, nothing compares to a Samson exhaust in style, performance, sound, and quality. Kenny Price, Founder and CEO of Samson says, “From the very beginning many years ago, we set out to build the very best motorcycle exhaust systems. We designed every aspect of our company to do just that, and we’ve succeeded! Being a biker in the motorcycle industry does give us a very sharp edge on the competition. I started making exhaust for Harley’s back in 1969. This has been my life and I will continue to be a leader in my field.”

Samson manufactures a complete line of exhaust systems with different looks and functions including the Legend Series two pipes on one side, Fishtails and Longtails now with or without removable tips, True Dual Crossover and Crossunder systems perfect for the Softail and bagger bikes, dB Killer Systems which reduce the decibel level to only 84 dB’s at idle, and the new horsepower pounding Powerflow III systems which are a 2 into 1 high performance system that allows for interchangeable baffles.

Every exhaust manufactured by Samson is dyno tested before going into mass production for the ultimate in peak performance. Samson has literally hundreds of different styles to choose from and we have all the styles available for Harley’s new 2013 model lineup.

“Exhaust systems that do not replace a catalytic converter or other emissions-related equipment are considered “replacement parts” by the California Air Resources Board (see “California Visitors Click Here”). Other exhaust systems appearing throughout this website are not intended for use on any noise or pollution controlled vehicle (except those used exclusively in organized and sanctioned racing events) or when the installation of the same would be in violation of state or federal laws or regulations governing noise or air pollution requirements.”