MagnaFlow 2 Into 1 Rockstar Exhaust For Touring Harley-Davidson

Magnaflowrockstar1Magnaflowrockstar2Magnaflowrockstar3You can set yourself apart from the crowd in Rockstar style. The 2 into 1 performance Rockstar performance exhaust features MagnaFlow’s exclusive non-bluing, Magna-Black coated, 1 ¾” stainless steel head pipes. The 2 ½” heat shields and precision laser cut junction cover add major style points to this head turning system.

The Hi-Flow louver core muffler deliver upgraded dynamic horsepower gains over stock with untamed, deep, aggressive sound quality from idle to full throttle. The rotating 3” scallop cut tip allows you to customize your Rockstar style. The Rockstar is the ideal choice for tuned or stock engines and features 12mm & 18mm O2 sensor ports allowing for maximum tuning options. The Rockstar is available in show chrome or deep black finishes. Made in the USA by MagnaFlow. MSRP: Chrome: $889.95. Black: $959.95.

8 Responses to “MagnaFlow 2 Into 1 Rockstar Exhaust For Touring Harley-Davidson”

  1. 1 nicker Aug 29th, 2015 at 12:15 pm

    Certainly will put less heat into the Beers at the bottom of the bags….. 🙂


  2. 2 SIGFREED Aug 29th, 2015 at 12:40 pm


    WHAAAAAT – you pack your beers in the bottom?!?

    A nice, deep, well rounded sounding exhaust is fantastic; if so then loud is fine – even faaaaarkeeeeen beautiful!

    However, short, loud pipes, on a touring bike is just like sand in your butt-crack – the longer you have to put up with it the madder it makes you.

    Then again there are folks with 30″ front wheels.

    Honestly, sometimes I can fathom the ethos of communism, some people should simply not be allowed to have disposable income.

  3. 3 Bleeding Ears Aug 29th, 2015 at 6:26 pm

    I hope they’re REALLY, REALLY LOUD!!!!!!!!

  4. 4 Doug Aug 30th, 2015 at 6:25 pm

    One of the more annoying things in the 2 wheeled world is when a rider thinks the louder the pipe is, the better the sound.

    Express that great Victory, Indian, HD, Guzzi, & Ducati sound with a well tuned pipe at the right level.

    skillful restraint applies to paint, wheel size, & sound

  5. 5 tony davidson Aug 31st, 2015 at 7:08 am


  6. 6 Steal Your Face Aug 31st, 2015 at 11:08 am

    Bleeding ears. Really loud pipes usually don’t make good power. Plus you piss off all non riders around giving allmotorcyclists a bad name/image. Grow up.

  7. 7 skinny denny Sep 4th, 2015 at 10:55 am

    Just the pipe for the S.O.A. crowd. I would bet they produce less torque than a set of Cycle Shack slip-ons on stock headlines. Ugly pipe.

  8. 8 shovel ed Oct 20th, 2015 at 4:33 pm

    Thinking of purchasing a set for my streetglide, any comparisons or test vs python razers. really like the look of these style pipes.

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