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Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Biker’s Choice

Biker’s Choice adds big TBR choice

Tucker Rocky/Biker’s Choice has been appointed the exclusive domestic USA distributor of the Californian designed and made Two Brothers Racing exhaust line for Harley-Davidson models.

Two Brothers Racing has been in the performance exhaust manufacturing business for over 30 years, with fitments for most popular makes and models of sportbikes to V-twin cruisers with fitments for V-twins such as their dyno-tuned 2-into-1 Comp-S exhaust with swept-up muffler for enhanced ground clearance.

An AMD ‘Hot 100’ winning product when they were first released in 2014, they feature race-inspired, stainless steel headers that “shave pounds off the competition to ensure a long lasting, weather resistant, amazing sounding exhaust.”
Additional TBR V-twin designs include their race bred, classically styled 2-into-1 Gen-II exhaust featuring a 100% stainless steel classic reverse megaphone, welded end caps and a Two Brothers exclusive spiral wound stainless steel perforated inner core for a new look and Old School sound.
TBR’s Dual Shorty slip-ons, which are about 10 lbs. lighter than stock and feature a “unique, exciting design for Dyna and Sportster models with an aggressive sound and hand TIG-welding, this slip-on is a quick and easy stock head pipe install that replaces the OEM muffler.”
TBR Comp-S slip-ons are another dyno-tuned performance design for stock head pipe fitment that has been hand TIG-welded providing economical top end horsepower improvements; TBR dual slip-ons give a “straight back style with a sleek appearance while delivering low end horsepower improvements and an incredible sound”. Their FL Touring headers accept the stock O2 sensor and heat shields, “making it a true dual set-up with a hidden crossover. Finally, TBR V-Stack intakes feature CNC-machined aluminum construction with lightweight, durable components and an internal breather to eliminate oil leakage.”
As this edition of AMD Magazine went to press, TBR had announced that it  believed it was first to market with OE replacement mufflers for the 2018 Softails – full report in AMD next month.