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Old 13-11-2010, 09:44 AM
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Screamin’ Eagle Pro SE 20R High-Performance Crate Motor
This track-ready 120 cubic inch Screamin’ Eagle Crate Motor is waiting to provide a racing enthusiast the opportunity to go racing at an affordable price. This engine is designed for bolt-in installation in the Original Equipment-style chassis of your track bike. No special fabrication or engine-mount relocation is required. The crankcase, cylinders and heads are painted black, and feature machined aluminum highlights and chrome covers for a stunning “show-and-go” look.
When equipped with appropriate high-flow throttle body and injectors, an open air induction, and tuned exhaust, this engine is capable of producing a reliable 135+ horsepower at the rear wheel.
Hand assembled alongside Harley-Davidson’s production Twin Cam engines at the Pilgrim Road Engine Plant in Milwaukee, these race-use engines feature only the finest Screamin’ Eagle components:

• 4.060" big-bore cylinders.
• 4-5/8" stroke premium forged flywheels.
• 10.5:1 high-compression nickel-plated forged pistons with Teflon coated skirts.
• Titanium SST piston rings.
• SE-266E high-lift cams.
• Perfect Fit push rods +.030.
• SE high-performance lifters.
• CNC-ported MVA heads with automatic compression release.
• Machined lower rocker boxes for valve spring collar clearance.
• Factory-machined engine cases.
• Unique piston oilers for stroker clearances.
• Screamin’ Eagle inner crankcase cam needle bearings.
• Lefty high-performance crankcase output bearing.
• High-performance torque response engine compensator.
• SE Performance Spark Plugs.

Requires separate purchase of appropriate Screamin’ Eagle throttle body, high-flow injectors and a high-performance clutch upgrade. Just add your choice of race exhaust, highflow air cleaner, and tuning. For race application only.
19220-11 Black & Chrome. $5,495.95
Fits ’06-later Dyna and ’07-later Touring models.
19206-11 Black & Chrome. $5,795.95
Fits ’07-later Softail models.

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Old 13-11-2010, 11:59 AM
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Re: Harley's 120" Screamin' Eagle motor

There are a few being reported on US forums that have been installed in bikes and, after careful set-up, achieving the promised numbers. Despite the 'racing' tag most seem to be in dressers! They give a handsome wide torque curve and, in all probability, an extremely broad smile! Shame they only fit later TC bikes. Even more frustrating is they can be had for 5k dollars....
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Old 13-11-2010, 01:26 PM
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Re: Harley's 120" Screamin' Eagle motor

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Shame they only fit later TC bikes.
With a motor mount adaptor, available at all good Indies you can fit this engine to earlier Evo style frames.
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With a motor mount adaptor, available at all good Indies you can fit this engine to earlier Evo style frames.
Mmmmmm!

Phil, I can see there are adaptors available for TC88s, are they also available for TC96s? The 120R is only available in the later form, with no external oil pump pipework (I understand). I haven't paid much attention on US forums, but so far the concensus suggests that is a problem for owners of older TCs wanting a 120R.
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Old 13-11-2010, 06:36 PM
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Re: Harley's 120" Screamin' Eagle motor

Good point, I'll have to have a look and think about that.

They also offer this as an upgrade to the stock TC96 A engine under part numbers 30086-10 for 08 up tourers and 30087-10 for 06 up dynas and 07 tourers. This kit will need crankcase boring.

See Screamin Eagle Supplemental Catalogue(9.11 Mb download)
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Good point, I'll have to have a look and think about that.

They also offer this as an upgrade to the stock TC96 A engine under part numbers 30086-10 for 08 up tourers and 30087-10 for 06 up dynas and 07 tourers. This kit will need crankcase boring.

See Screamin Eagle Supplemental Catalogue(9.11 Mb download)
I think the factory modelled the bike in that brochure on SimonDyna's bike!

Don't have a TC96. I suspect retro-fitting a 120R efi engine to a carb Evo would prove pretty complicated and obviously involve a great deal more than just an engine....
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Re: Harley's 120" Screamin' Eagle motor

Had my FXCWC upgraded with the 120R in January, the thing to remember is that the base map provided by Harley is right out of whack, the engine needs LOTS of dyno time to get it running in a decent state of tune with a SESRT. Once that's done, it's incredible!
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Re: Harley's 120" Screamin' Eagle motor

Robin Hood have been selling them for a fair few months earlier the year and have had no reported problems as far as I am aware
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Had my FXCWC upgraded with the 120R in January, the thing to remember is that the base map provided by Harley is right out of whack, the engine needs LOTS of dyno time to get it running in a decent state of tune with a SESRT. Once that's done, it's incredible!
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Old 19-09-2011, 03:20 PM
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Re: Harley's 120" Screamin' Eagle motor

We installed one in a brand new Road Glide.

I had a ride after break in miles & a dyno.

Definitely not for the faint of heart.

Snapping the throttle at freeway speeds in fifth, is quite invigorating.
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