NEW STUFF ALERT: Qualifier S&S 2:1 Stainless Exhaust System for Royal Enfield 650 Twin

VIOLA, WI – April 26, 2021 – (Motor Sports NewsWire) – Shortly after the Royal Enfield 650 Twin was launched, the crew at S&S Cycle began pounding out performance parts and they do not seem to be letting off the gas! Their latest is the Qualifier, an all stainless 2:1 exhaust that looks and sounds the part.

Hand fabricated in the US, each system is a TIG welded brushed stainless piece of performance art. S&S has revolutionized the American v-twin market with high performance exhaust designed to make real power (instead of noise!) and looks to have applied that same strategy to the RE 650 Twin. Each throttle blip is now greeted with a throaty growl, making the mild mannered twin sound more like its larger cc brethren and adding a noticeable bump in power.

210426 Qualifier 2-1 Stainless Exhaust System for the Royal Enfield 650 Twin (1)

Pair the Qualifier exhaust with the S&S high flow air cleaner and you’ve woken up the sleeping beauty trapped inside the 650 Twin. Fifty state legal and designed to bolt on without the need of a tuner the Qualifier is available through your local dealer or direct from S&S Cycle.

Check out the details as well as the collection of performance parts for this machine on the S&S site or hit up your local dealer for more info.

About S&S Cycle

S&S Cycle is the premier provider of Proven Performance solutions for American V-twin motorcycles that enhance performance and the riding experience. S&S Cycle has been engineering and manufacturing high performance products in the USA for 60 years. For more information on S&S Cycle visit Founded in 1958 and with drag racing as its central focus, S&S Cycle has racing embedded in its DNA. The six decades since have seen S&S Cycle establish itself as the major name in American V-Twin performance, a reputation further cemented with each additional speed record and national championship victory. That legacy of record-shattering success on the Bonneville Salt Flats and drag strips across the nation earned co-founder George J. Smith a place in the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame

Source: S&S Cycle, Inc.

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