Last month we took our 2012 Road Glide Custom and broke it down to its bare bones. We pulled the motor, disassembled every nut and bolt, and sent the heads out for machining. Now that our heads are back from the machine shop, we can start to reassemble the heart of the beast with the Screamin’ Eagle 110 Stage I Kit.
As a reminder, this job requires a keen sense of mechanical know how. We only plan on briefly covering the steps of assembling a motor to demonstrate some of the tricks of the trade. Always torque to factory specs and like in other things in life, lube is your friend.
We enlisted the help of the good folks over at the H-D fleet center to make sure our motor would go back the way it started.