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Cam Chest / Valve Train

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    As low as: $14.50

    S&S’s Gear Drive kit for Twin Cam® engines replaces the factory cam chain drive with inner and outer gear sets.
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    $20.49
    This simple but effective kit consists of four machined, heat treated and ground spacers that reduce the travel of the hydraulic unit in high RPM situations, thereby eliminating potential collapse of the lifter and its effect on cam timing.
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    As low as: $45.29

    S&S show-polished billet rocker covers for Shovelhead engines look so good that it may be reason enough to put them on your bike, but the beauty is not just skin deep. Two-piece design allows removal and installation in some frames and is sealed with an o-ring type seal that insures leak free operation. Rocker shafts included with S&S Shovel rocker boxes are a strong and economical straight design. CNC machined from 6061-T6511 aluminum billet and clearanced for valve lifts of up to .590”. Zip Tip: It remains the builder’s responsibility to confirm all clearances during installation.
  4. As low as: $9.95

    Cam change kits include genuine Torrington® brand full-compliment (no inner cage) inner bearings - the best you can buy! Specialized tools allow professional, damage-free removal and installation.
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    As low as: $12.85

    S&S die-cast, chrome plated two-piece Twin Cam® rocker covers are clearanced to permit valve lifts up to .640” and valve springs up to 1.660” O.D. without modification. All S&S rocker covers include Viton® o-ring style cover seals for leak-free operation; an exclusive one way valve is built into the rocker cover gasket to control oil carry over in “head breathing” engines. Installation on stock and most comparable sized engines can be performed without removing the engine from the frame. Zip Tip: It remains the builder’s responsibility to confirm all clearances during installation.
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