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Screamin’ Eagle Bolt-On 110 Stage V Tire Shredder Kit install

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Screamin’ Eagle Bolt-On 110 Stage V Tire Shredder Kit install

Screamin’ Eagle Bolt-On 110 Stage V Tire Shredder Kit install

Photo: Jeff Holt

This $2,649 Stage V kit from H-D is a complete package of matched parts that allow you to build a high-performance 110ci Twin Cam without voiding the factory warranty. The engine even stays in the chassis during the upgrade to save time and money. The Bolt-In 110 Stage V Tire Shredder kit comes complete with Screamin' Eagle 4-inch big-bore cylinders, CNC-ported cylinder heads, matching 10.2:1 forged high-compression pistons and rings, Screamin’ Eagle-259 cams, H-D perfect-fit pushrods, high-capacity roller tappets, OE-quality cam cover gaskets, a heavy-duty clutch spring, and a Screamin’ Eagle 58mm Throttle Body with high-flow fuel injectors. We also picked up a 58mm air cleaner and Cam Drive Retention Kit for good measure. We then trucked our 2015 Road Glide over to the H-D fleet center and had our good buddy Alan show us how to properly do this 103-to-110 tire-shredding upgrade conversion. Here’s how it all went down.

Here’s a shot of the 110ci Bolt-In Tire Shredder kit and optional air cleaner.

Here’s a shot of the 110ci Bolt-In Tire Shredder kit and optional air cleaner.

Photo: Jeff Holt

After all of the stock 103ci parts were taken off the motor we were ready to get down to business.

After all of the stock 103ci parts were taken off the motor we were ready to get down to business.

Photo: Jeff Holt

The new 259 cams were installed on the bike’s cam plate along with the optional Cam Drive Retention kit.

The new 259 cams were installed on the bike’s cam plate along with the optional Cam Drive Retention kit.

Photo: Jeff Holt

The new cams were installed into the bottom end of the Road Glide’s motor.

The new cams were installed into the bottom end of the Road Glide’s motor.

Photo: Jeff Holt

The cam chain and tensioner were then adjusted to factory specs.

The cam chain and tensioner were then adjusted to factory specs.

Photo: Jeff Holt

The cam cover was then bolted back onto the engine.

The cam cover was then bolted back onto the engine.

Photo: Jeff Holt

The H-D high-capacity roller tappets were lubed with engine oil.

The H-D high-capacity roller tappets were lubed with engine oil.

Photo: Jeff Holt

The tappets were installed into the engine one by one with care.

The tappets were installed into the engine one by one with care.

Photo: Jeff Holt

Alan then installed the pair of Screamin’ Eagle 10.2:1 forged high-compression pistons on the stock rods.

Alan then installed the pair of Screamin’ Eagle 10.2:1 forged high-compression pistons on the stock rods.

Photo: Jeff Holt

The 4-inch big-bore cylinders were installed carefully over the pistons.

The 4-inch big-bore cylinders were installed carefully over the pistons.

Photo: Jeff Holt

The kit also includes all caskets needed to do the 103 to 110ci upgrade.

The kit also includes all caskets needed to do the 103 to 110ci upgrade.

Photo: Jeff Holt

A set of factory-ported Screamin’ Eagle heads were then installed on top of the jugs.

A set of factory-ported Screamin’ Eagle heads were then installed on top of the jugs.

Photo: Jeff Holt

The heads and cylinders were torqued to factory specs.

The heads and cylinders were torqued to factory specs.

Photo: Jeff Holt

The pushrod tubes were reinstalled onto the motor.

The pushrod tubes were reinstalled onto the motor.

Photo: Jeff Holt

New perfect-fit pushrods (included in the kit) were also installed at this time.

New perfect-fit pushrods (included in the kit) were also installed at this time.

Photo: Jeff Holt

The bottom rocker box covers were bolted back on the bike with new gaskets.

The bottom rocker box covers were bolted back on the bike with new gaskets.

Photo: Jeff Holt

The stock H-D rockers were bolted back into place and torqued to factory specifications.

The stock H-D rockers were bolted back into place and torqued to factory specifications.

Photo: Jeff Holt

Alan installed the top rocker box covers and bolted them into place.

Alan installed the top rocker box covers and bolted them into place.

Photo: Jeff Holt

A Screamin’ Eagle 58mm Throttle Body with high-flow fuel injectors was then bolted to the new 110ci heads and jugs.

A Screamin’ Eagle 58mm Throttle Body with high-flow fuel injectors was then bolted to the new 110ci heads and jugs.

Photo: Jeff Holt

The optional Screamin’ Eagle 58mm air cleaner in black was the last thing to go on the motor.

The optional Screamin’ Eagle 58mm air cleaner in black was the last thing to go on the motor.

Photo: Jeff Holt

And there you have it: 103ci to 110 bolted on in less than a day!

And there you have it: 103ci to 110 bolted on in less than a day!

Photo: Jeff Holt

Dyno Chart

Dyno Chart

Photo: Jeff Holt

Source
Harley-Davidson
harley-davidson.com


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