Rinehart Racing Ships Its First Products For All 2017 Harley-Davidson Touring Models, Including Milwaukee Eight

rinehart-2017-slip-onRinehart Racing, the company born of a NASCAR racing heritage, has completed its first shipment of exhaust systems designed to fit all 2017 Harley-Davidson touring bikes and the Milwaukee-Eight power plant. The Rinehart Racing Slip-Ons feature the performance, sound and style that Rinehart Racing products are known for, as well as the iconic Rinehart Racing end cap in black or chrome.

“We worked hard to get our new exhaust systems ready for customers who own the new Milwaukee-Eight motor. These new slip-on exhausts will be the first products to bring Rinehart sound and Rinehart performance to the new bikes from Harley-Davidson,” said Rinehart Racing President and CEO Judd Hollifield. “Our customers and dealers can rely on us to be first to meet their needs for great performance products.”

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4 Responses to “Rinehart Racing Ships Its First Products For All 2017 Harley-Davidson Touring Models, Including Milwaukee Eight”


  1. 1 Jake Oct 3rd, 2016 at 6:46 am

    Are these new slip-one 50 state EPA compliant? I’d hate to ride into a dealer for warranty work on my new M8 that’s already smoking with less than 1000 miles and have them deny my warranty claim because of non-EPA parts on the bike as Harley’s 15 million dollar settlement with the EPA requires them to do.

  2. 2 Taco Loco Oct 3rd, 2016 at 8:21 am

    I put the S&S MK45’s on my MY17 and they are 50 state legal! Dealer in New Hampshire put them on for me butI didn’t really care about EPA as CA is currently the only state enforcing this law now. More states are sure to follow and I liked the way they sounded so I think of it as a bonus. I wonder what Rinehart is “first” at?

  3. 3 Steve Carr Oct 4th, 2016 at 6:50 am

    Jake,

    Really…..Slipons ……smoking…..warranty issues………Really?

    Really?

    Steve Carr

  4. 4 shawn Oct 4th, 2016 at 11:53 am

    My understanding is that anything behind the Cat is EPA compliant. As long, as you don’t remove the stock header or use a non EPA tuner, you’re good to go as far as emissions is concerned. That’s the way they do it in California.

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