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Rinehart Racing 4.5" MotoPro 45 Slip-On Exhaust:

Rinehart Racing 4.5" MotoPro 45 Slip-On Exhaust

For 1995 - Later Touring


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The MotoPro 45 Slip-On Exhaust from Rinehart Racing delivers unparalleled performance, looks and sound. With a stout 4.5″ muffler body and our proprietary Hi-Flo baffles already installed, the MotoPro 45 Slip-On Mufflers have an unmistakable heart-pounding sound that will set you apart from the pack. Available in chrome or black with the option of a chrome or black end cap, these slip-on mufflers compliment any Harley touring bike, giving your ride the rumble it deserves.

The MotoPro 4.5″ Slip-On Mufflers are installed with no major modifications necessary, an easy mod for the discerning garage mechanic and because they retain the stock catalytic converter, they are 50 state EPA and CARB emissions compliant. Simply bolt on the MotoPro 45’s and ride.

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Note: Any “add-on” or “modified” emissions-related parts contained in this website that are subject to anti-tampering laws have not been evaluated and exempted by the California Air Resources Board. As a manufacturer, Rinehart Racing makes no representation or warranty with respect to whether the emissions-related parts in this catalog are legal for sale, installation or use in any state unless the part is installed in a vehicle used only for closed-course competition.  This disclaimer shall apply in the State of California or other states where anti-tampering laws regulate modifications that affect emissions for motor vehicles. Rinehart Racing expressly prohibits the use of any Rinehart Racing product that violates or is used in such a way to violate the laws of the State of California as shall be administered and enforced by the California Air Resources Board. For further information relating to the use of emissions-related parts or components on pollution-controlled motorcycles, visit the California Air Resource Board’s web page at