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Harley Exhaust

Looks, Performance, and Sound

When they install an aftermarket exhaust, many Harley owners go for a customized Harley exhaust that redefines their bike’s look, exhaust performance, and sound. In addition to supplying Harley aftermarket exhaust parts, we offer aftermarket fenders, tires, and seats so you can create the bike of your dreams. For riders who want to shop by specific aftermarket brands, we have a great selection of Harley-Davidson exhaust parts from Vance and Hines, Khrome Werks, and more!

Perfect Fitment is Guaranteed

From Harley muffler clamps to muffler slip-ons and full systems, we supply products you need to perform an exhaust customization that runs straight from the cylinders back. Each part we sell comes with our perfect fitment guarantee. If a part doesn’t fit correctly on your bike, return it for a replacement or a refund.

Order today, and give your Harley-Davidson exhaust that delivers the appearance, performance, and sound you want.


What are the different types of Harley-Davidson exhausts?

There are three types of Harley exhausts: the straight pipes, the drag pipes, and the fishtail pipes. Each type has its own unique sound and look.

  • The straight pipes are the most popular type of exhaust for Harley-Davidson bikes. They give the bike a deep, throaty sound that is sure to turn heads when you ride by. The straight pipes are also the easiest to install, so they are a good choice for those who are not mechanically inclined.
  • The drag pipes are another popular choice for Harleys. These Harley-Davidson exhausts give the bike a high-pitched sound that is sure to get attention. The drag pipes are more difficult to install than the straight ones, but they offer a unique look sure to turn heads.
  • The fishtail pipes are the least popular type of exhaust for Harley models. They give the bike a low, rumbling sound that is not as attention-grabbing as the other two types. The fishtail pipes are the most difficult to install, but they offer a unique look that is sure to turn heads

Which Harley aftermarket exhaust is right for me?

That depends on your preference. However, when it comes to choosing the right Harley-Davidson exhaust for your bike, there are a few things you need to take into consideration.

  • First, what is your budget?
  • Second, what is your riding style?
  • And third, what kind of sound do you want from your exhaust?

Why should I upgrade my Harley-Davidson exhaust?

Upgrading your Harley with an aftermarket exhaust has a few benefits. A new exhaust can add more power, reduce weight, and change the look and sound of your bike.

What is the difference between a slip-on and full exhaust system for my Harley-Davidson?

When it comes to aftermarket exhaust systems for your Harley-Davidson, you have two main choices: a slip-on Harley muffler system or a full system.

  • Slip-on systems are usually less expensive than full systems, and they're also easier to install since you don't have to remove the entire stock exhaust system. However, slip-ons don't typically offer a performance increase like a full system would, they just make the bike louder.
  • Full Harley-Davidson exhaust systems offer the best performance gains, but they're also the most expensive and difficult to install. If you're not comfortable working on your bike, then it's probably best to leave the installation to a professional.

What are the best brands for Harley-Davidson exhausts?

There are a few different brands that make high-quality Harley mufflers and exhausts. Some of the most popular brands include Vance & Hines, Rinehart Racing, Bassani, Cobra Motorcycle Exhaust, Freedom Performance, Khrome Werks, RCX Xhaust, S&S Exhaust, SuperTrapp, and TAB. These brands offer a variety of different styles and designs to choose from, so you can find the perfect Harley exhaust.