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Old 07-24-2005, 07:00 PM
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Originally posted by gypsy chopper
i think frenchy is making a mistake based on his bottom end, and assuming twin cam heads means twin cams
I'm pretty sure of what's engraved on my 111ci engine case. I checked again 30 sec before typing this post. Under the serial number it says:
"SuperSidewinder" and further right, it says "Made in USA" and under, "31-0024L". There's no + engraved anywhere on the engine.
I'm not saying the 111ci are not SuperSidewinder + engines but if mine is a +, it's not obvious based on the engraving. Anyway, + or not +, I have enough horsepower and I'm very happy with my purchase.

On the other hand, I admit I'm not a motor expert therefore I thought twin cam heads meant twin cam engine. My mistake.

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Old 07-24-2005, 07:06 PM
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if the heads fin around the spark plug wrapps around the plug its a twin cam

the case is a supersidewinder case, same as the supersidewinder series...basically has the cam chest moved out to accommodate the larger bore of the 113 series(4")

but when bored out to 4 1/8 and topped with the twin cam parts it gets the PLUS

hey no big thing, you got me wondering if there is a "special" motor i'm unaware of...i could easily be missin something...dont think i am, but its poss.
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