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JIMS: Harley 135 Twin Cam Race Engine


Harley-Davidson Race V-Twin

JIMS has released of a 135 CI Twin Cam Race Engine for Harley-Davidson models (99-present Touring and Dyna, 91-99 EVO models).

Based on the proven track record of JIMS race engines, proud to introduce this 2.2-liter monster which bolts right into a stock frame and incorporates some of the best high performance features in the industry.

Specially designed ‘thick wall’ Engine Cases & Timken bearings, Larger Cylinders with increased fin pack for better cooling, Increased Press & Race Welded Flywheels, Billet Cam Plate with High Flow Oil Pump, Forged Rocker Support Plate with Roller Rocker Arms, ARP Cylinder Studs and Case Bolts and much more.

Built around a 4-5/16″ Bore x 4-5/8″ Stroke, these engines can conservatively produce 136 horsepower and 135 ft. lbs of torque with proper intake, exhaust and tuning. Many of JIMS race engines are actually producing much more power with customer modifications.

The JIMS 135″ Twin Cam Race Engine is available in Black or Silver and fits all Touring and Dyna models ‘99-Present and Evo models ‘91-’99. JIMS Race Engines are not street legal and are available exclusively through Authorized Harley-Davidson dealerships.

For more information please visit, call 805-482-6913, or Like JIMS on Facebook.

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).

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