Two Brothers Racing Harley Davidson Sportster (04-16) Comp-S 2-1 with Carbon Fiber Exhaust System
Two Brothers Racing’s extensive background in performance is highlighted on this exhaust. You will experience horsepower and torque gains. Two Brothers Racing has developed an exhaust system that is unique and still compliments the classic styling of the Harley-Davidson. Two Brothers exhaust systems are all handcrafted in the USA with all the TIG welds being perfected by hand. The Harley Davidson Comp Exhaust System is available in a brush finish or ceramic black.
Comes with all necessary hardware, tubing and instructions for installation.
- Designed and tuned for max torque and increased horsepower
- Swept-up muffler for enhanced ground clearance
- Carbon fiber end cap
- Mandrel bent stainless steel tubing
- All TIG welds done by hand
- High-temp SS wool and packing material
- Fits with forward and mid controls
- Accepts stock O2 sensor
- Made in the USA
A little history on Two Brothers Racing…
“In 1985 we decided to go racing.
Two Brothers Racing® hit the track and immediately knew we wanted more than stock components could deliver. So we tweaked. We built. We engineered. And soon Two Brothers Racing grew into a factory backed AMA Supebike team delivering National Championship winning race machines.
We quickly became addicted to the performance that hyper-competitive racing requires. And the more our team built, the more people paid attention. TBR parts, designs and ideas became increasingly popular outside of the pits and, as a result, our customer base grew rapidly.
In 1993, both our reputation for building the highest quality aftermarket accessories and our real-world success on the race track reached hyper-speed. Since then, the response has been immense. Twenty Five years of chasing horsepower has developed our products into highly tuned works of art. We now sponsor racers and riders in all forms of motorcycle riding. Our processes are patented, our materials are exclusive and our passion for perfection is just as bold as it was when our team first hit the track.”