New True Dual Headers By RC Components. Conceived For Low End Torque And Loads Of Horsepower.

1RCX-Power-Max2RCX-Power-Max3RCX-Power-MaxThe brand new for 2010 and up Harley touring models feature the smooth and stylish/radius curves of a true dual headers with the addition of a precision tuned collector that features a unique chambered design that balances the exhaust between each cylinder. This unique design creates incredible low end torque and loads of horsepower (see Dyno graph after the jump)

They are offered with a full chrome or black heat shield coverage for 2010 and up Harley-Davidson touring models. Customize the look of the by picking from 2 collector heat shield options: clean and smooth without visible screws or a more race-inspired look with visible screws. This system comes complete with all necessary mounting hardware and utilizes the factory mounting brackets making for a quick and easy installation. MSRP $579.00.

For the best in both sound and performance you can add on a set of RCX 4.0” slip-on mufflers in conjunction with an RCX-Celerator Fuel Management System. Made in the U.S.A. At or call 800-360-0915.

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17 Responses to “New True Dual Headers By RC Components. Conceived For Low End Torque And Loads Of Horsepower.”


  1. 1 P. Hamilton Jan 15th, 2015 at 9:43 am

    For credibility, cool to publish a Dyno chart.

  2. 2 rebel Jan 15th, 2015 at 10:49 am

    clean version would be no LOGO

  3. 3 GUNNEY67 Jan 15th, 2015 at 2:28 pm

    DYNO SHEET IS POINTLESS WITH OUT A BEFORE RUN. Those numbers might be from the 551 cams that they forgot to mention, just sayin’

  4. 4 C. Pereira Jan 15th, 2015 at 2:38 pm

    Again, as often mentioned in this website by other readers, I want to hear. Why not a sound bite of these pipes in RC Components website. It’s easy to do. It’s the beauty of internet.

  5. 5 Jose Jan 15th, 2015 at 2:41 pm

    I am not sure about the bracket. I think a more discreet in the back of the pipes would please more people.

  6. 6 Shifter Jan 15th, 2015 at 2:43 pm

    A true dual is a big +++

  7. 7 Taco Jan 15th, 2015 at 3:47 pm

    RIGHT, GUNNEY67! you said it first. “loads of hp” that is the technical term, I guess. Without the before, your chart is really pointless…FAIL

  8. 8 1550tc Jan 15th, 2015 at 3:58 pm

    Nice products from the guys at RC !

    unless your there and then take the engine apart, guys will argue dyno sheets 7 24 365

    exhaust systems for most riders are like a large trinket…….its like the black tips on reinhardts

  9. 9 Blackmax Jan 15th, 2015 at 9:23 pm

    I said it last week & I’ll say it again now
    No better products on the market that RC Components.
    One stop shopping for wheels, grips, air cleaners, fuel mgmt. systems
    & exhaust Exhaust sound comparison right there on their website.
    Great people, Great products, made right here in good ol’ Bowling Green, Kentucky

  10. 10 Rogue Jan 16th, 2015 at 7:54 am

    For what it is worth I am using a set of their mufflers and am very happy with them.

  11. 11 jim Jan 16th, 2015 at 8:23 am

    Not sure why all exhaust companies don’t provide dual O2 ports on their systems…a lot of Thunder-Max users out there!!!

    Jim

  12. 12 RC Components Jan 16th, 2015 at 1:58 pm

    We greatly appreciate everyone’s feedback. To answer some of your questions the dyno pull was performed on our stock 2014 FLHX with no internal engine modifications. All we added was our air cleaner, RCX mufflers and the Power Max header. Also these headers are available upon request with dual O2 ports to equip both wide and narrow band sensors. Thanks again for everyone’s comments and support.

  13. 13 Sam Jan 19th, 2015 at 11:36 am

    I think we once again need to define what a true dual is. Once we had dual exhaust with a “cross-over” that would co-join the rear exhaust with the front. Then we had true duals which in fact had headers that did not join at all. Then Bub came out with a different version of the cross over. After that, it seems any bagger style exhaust with a pipe or muffler on each side is a “true” dual. Sup with that?

  14. 14 Chris Jan 19th, 2015 at 11:50 am

    I’m with Sam, I don’t consider this a “true dual” (and that’s a good thing, imo). Maybe this is quibbling over semantics, but Sam makes a legitimate point.

  15. 15 David May 2nd, 2015 at 10:43 pm

    I just installed a new set of the RC Power Max headers on my 2014 Limited 103. Seat of the pants review are they deliver as promised. I’ve notice a dramatic increase in torque all through the gears. Horse Power has increased greatly as well. I have a pull scheduled at the local HD dealership for mid week next to compare to a previous dyno pull on the previous set of RC True Duals… Which pulled 78 Max Horse Power and 92 Max Torque…. the base line on the stock 103 and factory exhaust was 68 max Horse Power and 84 Max Torque…

    I am very pleased with the increase in torque and horsepower…

    David

  16. 16 David May 6th, 2015 at 10:56 am

    Well as stated previously I had a Dyno run conducted… RC’s claim of that increase are over inflated greatly… Although the Torque increased out of the hole on the bottom end the HP didn’t come close to the claim…

  17. 17 Jay May 8th, 2015 at 5:19 pm

    Hey David,
    What Air Cleaner, Slip on’s, and tuner did you use.

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