New S&S Power Tune Performance Systems

Helping to improve performance and the overall riding experience, S&S Cycle introduced its newest brand, Power Tune Performance Systems, this morning at the 15th Annual V-Twin Expo in Cincinnati, OH. This new brand will include a number of performance products and systems. The initial offering will be innovative additions to the current line of exhaust systems from S&S Cycle. These exhaust systems are specifically designed and engineered to improve the performance, sound and riding experience for late model Harley-Davidson motorcycles.

“Power Tune exhausts give you the quality, power and sound riders are looking for.” said Paul Devine, Vice President of Sales at S&S Cycle. “From slip-on mufflers to complete exhaust systems, S&S Power Tune exhaust will add substantial improvement across the power band. Pair these exhaust systems with our proven intakes and you will HEAR & FEEL the difference right away. That’s the Power Tune advantage!”

With nearly six decades of designing and engineering products that improve motorcycle performance, S&S Cycle is proud to offer this latest addition to its lineup. Built to maximize an engine’s output, the Power Tune Performance Systems seamlessly integrate with many of today’s most popular models. “Who better to design and build exhaust systems than the company that builds the most powerful v-twin engines in the world? And we do it right here in the USA!” continues Devine.

Available in the U.S. and abroad, S&S Cycle is confident that riders everywhere will like the new look, sound, and performance the Power Tune Performance Systems deliver.

You don’t need to be a dealer or an industry insider to get all the details. As this new brand is launched live at the V-Twin Expo, it will be simultaneously launched to consumers via S&S Cycle’s family of social media channels. Look for updates detailing the legacy of S&S Cycle and the new Power Tune Performance Systems. Be on the lookout for new exclusive posts, images, and videos, like this one:, that they will be shared on these channels:

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Source; S&S Cycle, Inc.
Posted by Sam Kanish