Sawicki Speed has introduced the “RT” line of exhaust systems for Harley-Davidsons and Indian Motorcycles.
Royal-T Racing founder Patrick Tilbury made a name for himself as lead fabricator for Jesse James’s Austin Speed Shop. His love for motorcycle racing and desire to blend performance with aesthetics led to the pie-cut welded muffler and CNC’d end cap that Royal-T became famous for. Sawicki Speed’s parent company, Proto Titan, was already manufacturing the final rounds of exhausts for Royal-T when they made the bold choice to acquire the design rights and include it in Sawicki Speed’s lineup of performance exhaust offerings.
Built on Sawicki Speed’s dyno-proven exhaust platform, the new RT pipes are constructed from hand-brushed 304 stainless steel and feature a custom tig-welded pie-cut turnout with a billet insert trim ring. Riders can expect to see considerable increases in torque and horsepower as well as significant weight savings over stock exhaust systems. All Sawicki Speed exhausts come with hardware for installation, including proprietary exhaust gaskets, and come backed by Sawicki’s Limited Lifetime Warranty.
“Our pipes turn heads as it is,” explained Sawicki Speed President Chris Clark. “But with the new RT, riders will be getting a pipe that unlocks power, sounds amazing and makes your bike look like it’s one-of-a-kind. We really wanted to preserve the legacy started by Royal-T Racing and bring this jewel piece to more riders.”
Sawicki Speed is initially offering the RT exhaust for select Harley-Davidson models, including Milwaukee-Eight Baggers, six-speed Twin Cam Baggers and Milwaukee-Eight Softails followed by Dynas and FXRs. More fitments are coming soon, including Harley Sportsters and Twin Cam Softail models, as well as Indian Challenger, Chief and Scout models. The RT joins Sawicki’s other 2-into-1 exhausts available in various lengths and with multiple finish and end cap options, providing riders even more configurations to customize their motorcycles.
Sawicki Speed RT exhausts are available now directly on Sawicki’s website.