In this paper, we consider efficient RSA modular exponentiations xKmodN which are regular and constant time. We first review the multiplicative splitting of an integer x modulo N into two half-size integers. We then take advantage of this splitting to modify the square-and-multiply exponentiation as a regular sequence of squarings always followed by a multiplication by a half-size integer. The proposed method requires around 16 % less word operations compared to Montgomery-ladder, square-always and square-and-multiply-always exponentiations. These theoretical results are validated by our implementation results which show an improvement by more than 12 % compared approaches which are both regular and constant time.