News Honda Stateline, Interstate, Sabre Exhaust

Honda Stateline, Interstate, Sabre Exhaust

Motorcycle Exhaust

RUSH has released 2 new exhaust systems for the new 2010 Honda Stateline, Interstate, Sabre and Fury motorcycles. Four RUSH part numbers cover all four bikes in either chrome or black motorcycle exhaust systems.

Honda owners can choose between Straight and Multi-Directional Angle Tip. Two optional tips are also available, a tapered cut and short ring.

Only RUSH uses ceramic coating inside and outside the exhaust head pipe. Double Ceramic Coating improves exhaust gas flow by keeping the pipe cooler. Besides better performance, you will also benefit from lower exhaust pipe temperatures.

The reduced heat means more comfort for the rider and passenger. RUSH is the only major exhaust manufacturer who uses this process and can offer the benefits.

The new RUSH Honda systems are constructed from heavy-duty 16-gauge steel. Thicker metal means longer life and better sound. Like other RUSH products you can expect a deep throaty sound.

A special design spiral louver packed baffle contributes to the sound and additional power. The system includes full coverage heat shields over the head pipes. A brilliant chrome tip completes the look of a custom bike.

Mounting hardware is included. RUSH stands behind all products, with One Full Year Warranty.

RUSH part number for chrome is #H1010SL (angle tip) and H1010ST (straight tip) with MSRP of $599.95. Black is #H1110SL (angle tip) and H1110ST (straight tip) with MSRP of $609.95

RUSH Racing Products manufactures high quality motorcycle exhaust systems and mufflers for American and Metric V-Twins. The company has been involved in high performance exhaust manufacturing since the early 1990’s.

RUSH is a family owned company focused on exceptional products and outstanding customer service. All RUSH products are proudly Made in America at their state of the art facilities in Merriville, Indiana.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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