Ness Deep Cut Inverted Air Cleaner Kits

18_926_01L18_927_00LThese air cleaners improve the patented Big Sucker™ technology thanks to an inverted filter top that maximizes airflow by pulling in air from the face of the air cleaner as well as the traditional method of pulling air from the sides. Housing and back plate are machined from billet aluminum for reduced weight.

The black filter element with a stainless steel jacket features synthetic material that never needs oil (just wash and re-use for long lasting performance)Matching Deep Cut Wheels, Rotors, Inboard Rotors, Horn Kits, and more are available with a black anodized finish. Fitment: 2008-up FLT, 1988-up XL Sportster and 2000-up Big Twin. A.R.B Compliant. At .

10 Responses to “Ness Deep Cut Inverted Air Cleaner Kits”

  1. 1 Mike Nov 20th, 2016 at 2:15 pm

    Ness stuff is usually made in China. I see on their website the “filter element” is advertised as made in the USA (probably because it is K&N) but they don’t say that for the rest of the product. So, for $419 I get a part made in China (except for the filter) for probably $40 cost to the Ness family. No thanks.

  2. 2 spaz Nov 20th, 2016 at 3:17 pm

    -just like the majority of the components already on your precious Harley.

  3. 3 HoBoMoFo Nov 20th, 2016 at 6:03 pm

    95% of all Harley Davidson parts are made out of the United States.
    For that matter, most everything you buy now a days is.

    Your best bet to get something 100% American made is to build it yourself.

  4. 4 Mike Nov 20th, 2016 at 8:46 pm

    Spaz, you are right in you sentiment, but you need to be better informed before you make an attempt to be sarcastically demeaning. Let me educate you a bit:

    On my precious Harley, as you say, the majority of parts are not made in the USA. Rather they are made in Mexico, although some in China but not many. Now of course the final product is made in the USA and they love to stamp things like “Milwaukee, WI” all over the place to remind me of that.

    Same thing for my precious Jeep. All those Mexican parts get assembled on U.S. soil.

    On my precious Victory, most parts are actually made in America and assembled there too. Good for them. That company, Polaris, is in the distinct minority.

    Now any aftermarket parts on any of these “American” products will be manufactured in China, or Mexico.

    Finally on my precious Honda sportbike, it has almost 100% of its parts made in Japan. By the way, that is the same country where that Honda was designed, manufactured, and assembled. They just export the final product to the U.S. for sale.

    Now, which country do you think is doing it right?

  5. 5 Calif Phil Nov 21st, 2016 at 9:41 am

    There are plenty of US made air cleaner options. Performance Machine is always my first choice

  6. 6 Pat h Nov 21st, 2016 at 4:25 pm

    I would love to know where you all get your statistics from, really I want to know cause I can’t find this anywhere.

  7. 7 Blackmax Nov 21st, 2016 at 5:07 pm

    Agree with Mike !!!
    I know which one I’m going to choose when my cash gets right …
    But as far as the “extras” / aftermarket (exhaust, fuel controller, etc,etc)
    I really don’t care ! I’d rather buy a US product,
    if the cost is reasonable / comparable & works as well !!!

  8. 8 Blackmax Nov 21st, 2016 at 5:08 pm

    Besides it is a Ness product !!!
    They always work well & look good

  9. 9 Adventurebob Nov 21st, 2016 at 9:40 pm

    I guess that my precious Yamaha FZ07 is made in Japan. Just saying.

  10. 10 bigalyts Nov 22nd, 2016 at 11:07 am

    I remember in the 60’s there were Made in Japan Labels on many products. I seem to recall the Products had name that were distinguishable from American products. names like Chevy, Buick, Road Runner, GE, Motorola, Admiral and RCA to name a few. Japanese products were made and displayed and their names were clearly Japanese sounding, like Sony,Toshiba, Kawasaki, Suzuki, and Honda to name a few. We were pretty sure that American Made Products were Made in America and Japanese products were Manufactured in Japan.Those Days have long gone! It is a shame that you can Sell a $100 part for $419 and the Air Cleaner not entirely made in America. Come to think of it that Arlen Ness has always Customized American Built Iron.

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