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If you want to extract more power from your Evo or Twin Cam Harley, this is the class for
you. In this Level 1 class, we show you engine modifications that you can do yourself.
There's plenty of hands-on as we tear down the top ends of the engines and pull
out the camshafts. Our textbook includes lots of inside information on
both the Twin Cam and Evo engines. The class is taught by master mechanics, with many years of
experience getting the most power out of a hog.
||This great textbook includes a ton of detailed step-by-step
procedures, with lots of color pictures, tool lists, time estimates and
more. It's a great reference to use when you're working on your
"With the introduction of the new Harley-Davidson Twin-Cam,
enthusiasts need a hop-up and repair guide that addresses both the new
powerplant and its predecessor, the Evolution engine. Divided into two
sections, this new manual describes and illustrates options for improving
the performance and reliability of both. Each section begins with a brief
history of the engine followed by descriptions and instructions for the
most popular aftermarket pistons, cylinders, camshafts, and drive chains,
as well as advice for overcoming common obstacles. Specific topics
addressed include aftermarket Evolution engines and installing a Twin-Cam
in an Evo frame."
ETC’s V-Twin Engine Calculator Software
works with Windows© 95 or higher, including 98, XP, ME, NT and 2000.
user-friendly software enables you to perform complex calculations with
the click of your mouse. Static compression ratio is very difficult
to accurately calculate manually; the software makes it easy.
the program to determine your component stackup, displacement, static
compression ratio and more. Save as many engine configuration files
as you like, and print reports of all your calculated specs.
|Engine Inspection - How to determine what's important when you want
to get top performance from your Harley engine.|
|Precision Measurement - What to measure, how to measure it, and
what the results mean in the engine building process. Includes the use
of micrometers, calipers, bore gages, and dial indicators. You'll also
"cc" cylinder heads, determine the dome volumes on pistons, and
calculate static compression ratio.|
|Engine Assembly - Hands-on practice assembling the top end of an
Evo® engine. Learn about all of the practical
considerations for your engine assembly.|
|Computer Software - Use the V-Twin Engine Calculator software to determine displacement, static compression
ratio, assembly height and more.|
|Question & Answer Session - Get your questions answered by
master mechanics, and find out what goes into a high-performance Harley
|Tuition - The 20-hour class is priced at $1450.|
|Book & Software Pricing - The optional book and software are
available to each person who attends the class for just $20!|
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*This class is an ETC production. We are not
affiliated with Harley-Davidson.
Harley-Davidson is a
registered trademark of Harley-Davidson, Inc. Product names are used for
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