Whats the best cam for a 103?

2020-06-07

Whats the best cam for a 103?

Works great in the stock 96/103 engines. Fuel Moto’s take: great cam for low-mid power yet very broad, builds torque very early and has great response….Here is the list of the cams tested in this shootout:

  • Andrews 48H.
  • Andrews 57H.
  • Cycle-Rama 570-2.
  • Cycle-Rama 575.
  • Feuling 525.
  • Feuling 543.
  • Feuling 574.
  • Red Shift 525.

How much horsepower does Harley 103 have?

How Much Horsepower Is 103 Cubic Inches? On the question of how much more horsepower do the new 103 cubic inches rt-square-inch Harley-Davidson engines have compared to the 96 cubic inch engines? It is estimated that the 96 produces 68 HP while the 103 produces 74 HP from what I am able to read.

Are Woods cams good?

Woods cams have a more aggressive opening ramps than a similar spec’d Andrews or SE cam, resulting in increased performance at the expense of increased valvetrain noise. From the sounds of your friend’s riding habits, he would be a good candidate for a Woods cam.

What is a Harley-Davidson Stage 2 kit?

The Stage 2 Harley-DavidsonĀ® upgrade involves a cam change. We can provide a stage 2 torque kit that gives you a significant improvement when you’re passing or accelerating by targeting lower RPM performance. Or, a stage 2 power kit upgrade increases your rev limit to 6400 RPM for increased mid-range horsepower.

How much HP does a Stage 1 103 Harley have?

With a Stage 1 Kit, you can get ca. 75 horsepower and 90 ft torque from the 103 engine.

What is a Stage 3 kit?

Stage 3 Harley-DavidsonĀ® Upgrade Stage 3 gets you big bore cylinders and a pistons upgrade. Our Milwaukee-manufactured cylinders have an increased diameter for higher compression, forged aluminum pistons give you more power while maintaining balance, and we also throw in an SE8-498 cam.

What year did Harley introduce the 103?

What Harley Came With A 103? It powers all types of Dyna motorcycles in 2012 with the exception of the Dyna Street Bob and Dyna Super Glide Custom models, powered by Twin Cam 103 engines.

What year did Harley put 103 engine?

The company released 103 cu in (1,690 cc) for 2010 Electra Glide Ultra Limited models, and later for 2012 Softail models and 110 cu in (1,801 cc) for Screamin’ Eagle/CVO Models.