Motorcycle Types Cruiser Harley 103: Screamin Eagle Stage 4 Kit

Harley 103: Screamin Eagle Stage 4 Kit

2012-harley-103-screamin-eagle-stage-four-kit (1)

Get Maximum Performance with Warranty Coverage from a Street Legal Twin Cam 103

The new Screamin’ Eagle Street Performance Stage 4 Kit – 103 Cubic Inches (P/N 92500011, $1,849.95) from Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Accessories produces the maximum horsepower output for a street-legal Twin Cam 103 kit that will maintain the factory warranty.

The kit includes Screamin’ Eagle CNC Ported Factory Cylinder heads, 58mm ETC throttle body, SE-259E cams, 10.5:1 compression pistons, Perfect-Fit pushrods, SE clutch spring, and all required engine gaskets.

This Street Performance kit produces 103 hp and 110 ft-lbs of torque. All EFI-equipped models require ECM calibration* (priced separately).

This kit fits 49-state 2010-later Touring models equipped with a Twin Cam 103 engine, and 49-state 2010-11 Touring models equipped with a Twin Cam 96 engine with separate purchase of Screamin’ Eagle 3 7/8″ Big Bore Cylinder Kit. Dual exhaust purchased separately is required for 2010 Street Glide and Road Glide® Custom models.

*Recalibration is required for proper installation, and will allow engine to rev to 6200 RPM. See an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer for details. Labor cost is not included.

For additional information, please log onto harley-davidson.com.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

2021 Indian Challenger Lineup First Look: Photos, Prices, and Colors

The performance-oriented Challenger bagger lineup from Indian returns for 2021, with three models to choose from. All three 2021 Indian Challenger models get the...

2021 GasGas Motocross Lineup First Look (Specs and Photos)

When under Spanish ownership, GasGas was never known as a motocross brand. However, under the guidance of Pierer Mobility AG and Bajaj Auto—the owners...

2021 Indian Chieftain Lineup First Look: 3 Big-Inch Baggers

There are three baggers in the 2021 Indian Chieftain lineup, with just a few changes to the motorcycles this year. There are new colors,...

2021 GasGas Trial Lineup First Look (8 Fast Facts: 3 TXT Racing Models)

The first GasGas motorcycles of the Pierer Mobility AG and Bajaj Auto era have arrived. Those who were expecting wholesale redesigns of the line...

Lieback’s Lounge: This Will All Pass [Thoughts on Simic and Motorcycles]

There is a menace in the air Of tragedies in the making. These lines are from "Late September," written by the American minimalist poet Charles Simic....

Racing Classic Motorcycles: First You Have to Finish by Andy Reynolds [Review]

Author Andy Reynolds’ new book, Racing Classic Motorcycles: First You Have to Finish, is about a man livin’ the classic motorcycle racing dream—with some...