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Vance & Hines: New VO2 Falcon 90-Degree Air Intake Launches Today

Vance & Hines Launches New VO2 Falcon 90-Degree Air Intake

In line with the new Performance-oriented baggers released into Harley’s fleet comes a Vance & Hines VO2 Falcon 90-Degree Air Intake with fitment available for most current Harley models.

“Air intake systems are our fastest growing product line,” says Vance & Hines President Kennedy. 

“They offer customers a chance to personalize the look of their bike and are the start of creating that high-performance motorcycle that we all love to ride. The VO2 Falcon makes a strong statement about what’s inside the heart of the bike and the rider.”

Vance & Hines CEO Kennedy

The cool-as-beans guarantee on this little beauty is that the shape of the intake has created a longer track. 

Longer tracks mean more torquedos, more pretty ponies – more power in all sectors; and with Harley’s performance baggers tearing up the KOTB championship and inspiring the moto community around the globe, it’s only natural that Vance & Hines give us this unit to keep the average Joe/Jane in tip-top condition. 

A view of Harley's new performance baggers

PRNewswire tells us that the Vance & Hines VO2 Falcon models are currently available in four fitments for Harley bikes: 

  • Milwaukee 8 Touring and Softail models
  • Twin Cam models with fly-by-wire throttle
  • Late-model units with cable-actuated throttles
  • Late-model Sportsters

We haven’t a solid price tag yet, but the report says we’ll likely be looking at $449.99 for the chrome and black option, with $549 for the carbon fiber models.

A view of Harley's new performance baggers

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*Media sourced for MSNewswire, PRNewswire, Youtube and CycleNews*