Motorcycle Types Cruiser Harley Screamin’ Eagle Stage III 103 Kit for Tourers

Harley Screamin’ Eagle Stage III 103 Kit for Tourers

Harley Screamin’ Eagle Stage III 103 Kit

Harley Screamin’ Eagle Stage III 103 Kit for TourersWanting to add a bit more punch to its 2014-later Harley-Davidson Project Rushmore Touring models, The Motor Company has released the new Screamin’ Eagle Stage III 103 Performance Upgrade Kit (P/N 92500028, $969.95).

This street-legal, Stage III kit gives 2014-later Harley-Davidson Touring models with an Original Equipment Twin Cam 103 engine a real boost in everyday performance while maintaining the factory warranty.

Designed for use with stock cylinder heads, this street-performance kit produces big torque gains at lower RPM, with the potential to produce 88 horsepower and 100 ft/lbs of torque.

The Stage III kit includes high-compression 10.5:1 pistons, big torque SE-585 cams, Perfect Fit pushrods, a high-performance diaphragm clutch spring, high-lift valve springs and gaskets.

This Stage III 103 kit does not fit Trike or Twin-Cooled models, and installation requires the separate purchase of primary cover gasket. All EFI-equipped models require ECM calibration (priced separately). See an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer for details. Labor cost not included.

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