Harley-Davidson Adds Twin Cam 96 and 103 Engines to Factory Remanufacturing ProgramTue, 17 Jan 2012
The program, which previously accepted 1984 and newer Evolution 1340, Twin Cam 88, Twin Cam 88B and Twin Cam 95 powerplants, takes used engines, rebuilds and repaints them.
Customers can take their existing Harley-Davidson motorcycle to a dealer which will remove the engine and send it back to the factory. Harley-Davidson technicians will disassemble the engines, clean and powder coat any reusable parts and replace any parts that aren’t, reassemble and test them before returning them to the customer.
Harley-Davidson give the remanufactured engines new all-black, silver polished, silver and chrome or black and chrome finishes. Some engines can also receive big-bore upgrades and Screamin’ Eagle hydraulic cam chain tesnioner plate and oil pump kits.
By Dennis Chung
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