If you’ve been following the Sweet Tracker build over the course of the year in HOT BIKE, we went from the mild stock version of a 2000 XL883 Hugger Sportster to a wild Sweet Tracker with help from various companies making the project possible. Last month we wrapped up the two-part engine performance upgrade where we swapped the stock 883cc cylinders and pistons with Revolution Performance 1,250cc cylinders, larger pistons, and then sent the stock 883cc heads to RevPerf to be ported and polished. We also installed Screamin’ Eagle .536 lift cams, SuperTrapp XR style 2-into-2 pipes, Daytona Twin-Tec 1005S-EX Ignition system, and a Mikuni 42mm Easy Carb kit.
Getting these top-of-the-line components to work in perfect harmony is a feat in and of itself and Eric Bennett from Bennett’s Performance in Signal Hill, California, is quite the Harley tuner. He and his in-house dyno are up to the challenge of making the most power out of an air-cooled engine whatever the configuration.** HB**
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