New From RC Components. The RCX Hellbenders 2 Into 2 Header System.

1hellbender-top-viewbisThe RCX Hellbenders are the newest system added to the RCX Exhaust product line. This 2-into2 header system features interesting engineering and design. Unlike anything you’ve seen on the market today it offers smooth radius bends that are surrounded by 2.5″ heat shields that flow into two 3.0” mufflers,

2hellbender-side-view-23hellbender-top-viewThe RCX Hellbenders are available with your choice of multiple tip designs and each header system is available in a chrome or ceramic black finish. All necessary hardware is included for an easy installation and is equipped to accept both wide and narrow band oxygen sensors for 2009-2016 HD Touring models (except HD Trike models). Proudly made in the USA. Competitive MSRP: $1195.00. Hear them in the video below.

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6 Responses to “New From RC Components. The RCX Hellbenders 2 Into 2 Header System.”


  1. 1 Tom Ryan Nov 29th, 2015 at 11:36 am

    These pipes look super nice! However, it seems the baffle styles are preventing that much deeper rumble sound like in the previous Indian Crusher exhaust video.

  2. 2 Zenaldo Nov 29th, 2015 at 1:54 pm

    Dyno numbers ?

  3. 3 SIGFREED Nov 29th, 2015 at 6:08 pm

    >$1000 competitive..? Mmmm…

    Zenaldo – the prediction is a foul torque trough where you need it like a hole in the head (low down) and all the power where you need it even less.

    Rough Crafts (Taiwan) recently “dressed” up a Rocker (that looked uber cool), but it is the 2-into-1 pipes that caught my attention, as it was the 1st of its kind that looked badass while it has the potential for decent performance (in the real world – eg low torque onset and a broad flat curve to follow). If someone could pump a bit of popper science into such a pipe layout – it will quickly become the gold-standard.

    This, sadly, is more suited to dressing trailer queens…

  4. 4 Bob Wilson Nov 29th, 2015 at 6:20 pm

    Like the way they look and sound.

  5. 5 Chris Manfield Nov 30th, 2015 at 8:17 am

    Like the growl.

  6. 6 Blackmax Nov 30th, 2015 at 5:24 pm

    I watched the video from my friends
    down the road in Bowling Green Ky !!
    They look good & sound good
    But what concerns me is the pipe angle
    & their closeness to the grround/road
    Would that interfere with ground clearance ??
    Especially since they like to “slam” bikes to the ground now ???

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