How much horsepower does a 88 cubic inch Harley have?

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How much horsepower does a 88 cubic inch Harley have?

80 horsepower
At 88 cubic inches (1,450 cc) of displacement, it is the largest production Harley motorcycle engine, and it produces 80 horsepower.

Is the twin cam 88 a good motor?

The twin cams are very reliable motors however, I think yours has the M&M efi on it. These have been known to be a bit hokey (so I hear) but most folks say if you leave them alone they are perfectly fine.

How big can you bore a twin cam 88?

Factory 1999-2006 Twin Cam® engines are equipped with 4” stroke crankshafts. The factory cylinder bore size of 3-3/4” yields the 88” displacement. We can turn your 88” engine into either a 95 or a 98”, simply by resizing the factory cylinders.

How many miles will a Harley 88 last?

at least 200,000 miles, probably 500,000 if well cared for and not abused.

How long will a twin cam 88 last?

The twin cam was designed to last 100,000 miles without needing major service with regular maintenance.

What is considered high mileage on a Harley motorcycle?

For larger bikes, 50,000 miles and up is considered high motorcycle mileage. But before you write off any models, consider that a properly maintained bike can last well past 100,000 miles! That’s why it’s important to think about the whole package, rather than motorcycle mileage alone.

How long will a Harley Twin Cam last?

The twin Cam is a very sound design for the most part and should easily get 150,000 to 200,000 miles with PROPER MAINTENANCE.

Are Harley Twin Cam engines reliable?

There are plenty of defects in the Twin Cam engines. Enough potential issues to actually alarm you and make you think twice before buying one. The main problem of the Twin Cam engine of the Harley Davidson is probably it’s the design aspect of the cam chain system. The actual design itself is designed poorly.

What’s the big bore kit for a Harley Davidson 88?

Description Big bore conversion kit 88ci to 95ci for Harley Davidson Twin Cam 88 2000 – 2006, includes 9.3:1 compression cast pistons and black wrinkle finish cylinders. Bolt on kit ready to install and run. 9.3:1 compression95 cubic inch Bolt-on big bore kit for Harley Davidson Twin Cam 88 models

What’s the stroke on a new Harley Davidson 88?

Gotta tell you… Shortened piston skirts and the wrist pin hole is moved up so These Special Pistons ar needed to use the same cylinders as the Old TC 88/95 do. From 4″ stroke on a 88″ cu in motor to a 4.375″ stroke = the 96″ Newer TC of today.

Can a 88 ” motor be upgraded to 95 “?

Local HD dealer kept telling me to do the 95″ big bore kit and would be the best money spent on the bike. Well, he was correct. I had already done V&H system, SERT, SEA/C and it ran very well with just that.

What’s the stage for upgrading a Harley Davidson?

Stage 1’s are also recommended to be done in conjunction with any other upgrade. Next up, the Stage 2 consists of swapping out the cams and pushrods. By swapping the cams, you can set your bike up to deliver the power and torque where you need it, whether it’s in the low-end, mid-range, top-end or the best combination of each.

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