S&S ENGINES FOR YOUR HARLEY®
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Specializing in V-Twin 99-Present
2007-2016 TOURING MODELS
1999-2006 TOURING & DYNA MODELS
124" REPLACEMENT ENGINE FROM S&S CYCLE
FOR 2007-UP HARLEY-DAVIDSON® MOTORCYCLES
DYNA & Touring Models
The 2007-Up Twin Cam complete T-Series engines.
Engines are fully assembled up to the intake port face, therefore customers will need to purchase a stock length intake manifold and air cleaner to complete the installation of the hard parts.
Engines feature chrome rocker boxes, tappet covers and cam cover.
S&S T111" REPLACEMENT ENGINE
TWIN CAM ENGINE FOR 1999-2006 CHASSIS
The new T111 is a powerful yet quiet engine perfect for touring riders. A practical stroke, less aggressive touring cam, and nearly silent valve train create a torquey, smooth power band – making your bike a pleasure to ride for long distances.
Installs easily into stock frames, “square” motor configuration (equal bore and stroke) produces excellent torque, greatly increases engine life and reduces mechanical engine noise.
Lower cost and superior engine life.
S&S CYCLE 124" REPLACEMENT ENGINE
FOR 1999-2006 BIG TWINS
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S&S Cycle offers a complete 124" engine to replace the existing Harley-Davidson® Twin Cam 88® engine in a stock chassis, making it easy to get the performance you want from your late model motorcycle.
Take out the stock engine and put in an S&S engine - that's all there is to it! Engines are available in silver powdercoat, wrinkle black powdercoat, polished finishes and The New Black Edition.
S&S PRO STOCK
THE ULTIMATE RACE ENGINE
The S&S Pro Stock billet engine is a 160 cubic inch pushrod engine in a 60° V-Twin configuration.
The engine configuration is legal for competition in the NHRA Pro Stock and AHDRA Pro Gas divisions. The engine is built with special S&S billet crankcases, cylinders, and heads, and features an integral 6-speed automatic transmission.
"Just a short note to let you know the 126 is doing super. I rode 3,000+ miles on mostly back roads running 50/65 mph and some interstate and four lane at 75/80 mph. The oil temp ran 160/180 on back roads and would get up to 230 running 75/80 mph for long durations. The chain we changed to is fantastic, I lubed it one time but never had to adjust it.
Unfortunately I had no real challengers, they would roll up, look and listen then turn their head. I did get the opportunity to run it up to about 6000 in 2nd and 3rd two times, no contest, really great. Performance is everything I had hoped for.
Something I forgot to tell you...........this is hard to believe but...........every time we gassed up my bike always took one to three tenths of a gallon less than Gary's stock twin cam 88. Unbelievable but normal riding delivered 38 to 40 miles per gallon. I suppose it was because it took no effort to pull a fully loaded bike......most likely 150 extra pounds.
-Terry Holsonback President/CEO Industrial Services of Mobile Inc.