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Vance & Hines Expands New PCX Lineup

Announcing the return of the Pro Pipe and debut of Bagger Race Replica System.

Vance & Hines, which recently announced its innovative new Power Chamber Exhaust (PCX) technology, is now adding two new two-into-one exhaust systems to its product line. The introduction includes the return of the ultra-popular Pro Pipe two-into-one exhaust system and a system inspired by the one used on the company’s King of the Baggers racers, a series that has inspired a new level of custom and performance in Harley-Davidson touring bikes. PCX technology ensures that these Vance & Hines systems meet all EPA emissions criteria. 

Pro Pipe is a classic design that has 20 years of evolution and improvement built into its return to market. It has all the ingredients for making power: stepped headers, an oversized collector and long megaphone muffler. The new generation Pro Pipe now features the innovative PCX technology, which integrates a chambered high-flow catalyst in the megaphone for a bigger boost in torque and a more robust rumble of a big V-twin motor. The placement of the catalyst deeper into the muffler moves heat away from the rider and improves rider comfort. 

The Pro Pipe system fits Harley-Davidson Milwaukee-Eight Touring (2017-2022) and Softail (2018-2022) models as well as late model Twin Cam Touring models (2010-2016). 

The Vance & Hines Hi-Output RR exhaust system comes directly out of the development work done for the riders in the King of the Baggers class of the MotoAmerica Road Racing Championships. Constructed of high-grade, 304 stainless steel, the hand-TIG-welded headers of the Hi-Output RR step from 1.75 inches to 1.875 inches to 2 inches and feed into the same oversized collector used on the race exhaust system. The collector is even rotated to add extra ground clearance to enable steeper lean angles through the turns. Finishing off the system is the Vance & Hines mid-length 4-inch Hi-Output megaphone muffler featuring the same laser-cut riveted badge as the race system. The consumer version of the system includes PCX technology using a chambered, high-flow catalyst that increases torque, especially at mid-range RPMs. 

The Hi-Output RR system fits Harley-Davidson Milwaukee-Eight Touring models (2017-2022). An optional accessory heat shield kit will also be available. 

“The Pro Pipe is a rider favorite and we’re so glad to bring it back with PCX technology,” said Vance & Hines President and CEO Mike Kennedy. “With our company’s roots in racing and our excitement about this year’s King of the Baggers program, the race-replica high-output system was a no brainer. I can’t wait to see a bagger ride by with the same pipes that James Rispoli has on his Vance & Hines race bike.” 

Both systems are available this week at Vance & Hines’ two locations at the Sturgis Rally. Vance & Hines staff at both Black Hills Harley-Davidson and at J&P Cycles in Sturgis are showing all the company’s top products to attendees at the rally. 

Pro Pipe System Details 

  • PCX (Power Chamber Exhaust) technology 
  • Chambered high-flow catalyst cartridge designed to increase torque 
  • Stepped headers and oversized collector 
  • Available in Chrome or Matte Black 
  • Meets EPA emissions criteria 
  • Retail price $1,199.99 (Chrome), $1,249.99 (Black) 

Hi-Output RR System Details 

  • PCX (Power Chamber Exhaust) technology 
  • Chambered high-flow catalyst cartridge designed to increase torque 
  • Lightweight, high-grade 304 stainless steel construction 
  • Hand-TIG-welded 
  • Available in Brushed Works Finish or Matte Black 
  • Fits with standard (non-stretched) saddlebags 
  • Meets EPA emissions criteria 
  • Retail price $1,399.99 (Brushed), $1,549.99 (Black) 

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