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Rinehart Racing Motorcycle ExhaustRinehart Racing has a legacy of crafting exceptional motorcycle exhausts that deliver an increase in performance, an unmistakable style and a sound that is completely unique. Rinehart does not have a vast majority of exhausts for one bike, rather they hone in to make the few they do have the best that they can be. It’s with that attitude and attention to detail that has made them one of the most dependable exhaust brands when you want the best possible performance. Their excellence was quickly realized when they set the Drag Specialties sales record by selling over 16,000 units of their first exhaust system in their first year. Today, they continue to refine their systems to add even more power and finish their exhausts to have an unmistakable custom styling and sound. When a Harley or Indian rides by with a Rinehart Racing exhaust installed, you know its Rinehart.
Rinehart’s legacy of manufacturing championship winning exhaust systems for NASCAR teams has been a solid base for their motorcycle systems. They have been able to draw on that experience to design their motorcycle exhausts to provide the same quality and boost in performance. From the NASCAR exhausts, Rinehart has brought over the true merge Y, stepped headers, and anti-reversion techniques to provide the maximum amount of power. All designing and manufacturing of Rinehart exhausts is done in the U.S.
At Dennis Kirk, you will find the best selection of Rinehart Racing motorcycle exhausts for Harley and Indian and for the lowest guaranteed prices. We keep the most in stock and ready to ship to you the same day that you order. That way, you can be back on the road with your new exhaust as soon as possible. And when your order is over $89, we will ship it to you absolutely free. Use our Shop By Ride selector at the top of the page to find all of the Rinehart exhausts that fit your specific motorcycle. Also, feel free to contact our knowledgeable Tech Support Team if you have any questions about which system will work best for you and your bike.