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S&S 107's specs

anyone got any of the specs on these motors? cam size, compression ratio, bore stroke? its in an iron horse. are those motors only available in those bikes or can you get buy them in a crate brand new?

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thanks cal - do you know what the flywheel HP rating is?
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I thought the SnS 107 had a 4 1/4 stroke. Bruce
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If this helps

Engine: S&S 107 ci roller rocker arms, forged pistons, 600 cam

Bore x Stroke: 4.0 in. x 4.25 in.
Compression Ratio: 9.6:1
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Quote:
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The 107 from S&S is available as a "custom" motor now.
What does this mean?
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found out the 107 in the iron horse have differnt heads (a smaller chamber) to pass the emissions - and i would think a lower comp. ratio too, what are your opinions on these motors? never rode and iron horse - do these motors have some balls or what?

i can get one fully polished with everything ignition carb etc for 3700 - 2000 miles on it..
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My friend has an 03 Ironhorse Texas Chopper with a S&S 107. It has balls, runs great. He never had a problem yet, other than a starter. My brother has an 04 Texas Chopper with the S&S 111 motor. Bike moves out good. You wont be disappointed.

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50 state legal 107 S&S

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sled - where are you getting your info on different heads on 107's from AIH? All 107's produced by AIH had the same heads, the cams were different for emission reasons (540 cam for Calif).

Now, the 124's that were being produced at the same time as the 107's had a different head, for obvious reasons...
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Old 04-10-2005, 05:39 PM
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Agreed, but AIH didn't use those "different" engines to pass emissions. We used a combination of a milder cam, Mikuni carb and a somewhat conservative performance curve in our igniters (ignition modules).

Just trying to dispel a rumor, lol.
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arlen ness had an open house and i was talking with the parts guy and he's the one that told me so - he said the chamber are smaller.. so i asked him if i ordered the motor from the catalog if would be the exact same motor off the iron horse and he said no different motor, meaning heads and stuff...

sounds kinda odd to me?
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