Pan Shovel Heads – OEM Bore by Speed And Science ®.
- Billet Aluminum (6061-T6) Pan Shovel heads / intake system for the Harley-Davidson™ Shovelhead models.
- Bolt-on installation for all ’66-’84 72CUI or 80CUI Shovelhead models, designed to match OEM shaped pistons (not supplied) – including all available overbore sizes.
- This system achieves very strong torque curve and very respectable HP that peaks exactly where needed.
- Our product is user-friendly and easy to service down the road also. No custom pistons, valves, guides, fasteners, etc. to worry about.
- Fast, very efficient ports designed to make peak power/torque within the useful RPM range. Your bike will pull hard from the get-go all the way up to the redline. The longevity and fuel mileage won’t suffer either.
- Proprietary, super-fast design of the combustion chamber yields 10.35:1 calculated compression ratio with OEM-shaped pistons (@ 80CUI). Works well on the hi-octane (e.g. North American 94) pump gas. Compression releases included for easy starting.
- Valvetrain (AV&V and KPMI) components accept up to .625” valve lift, with almost .200” lift before valve-to-valve contact. Using tall camshafts may require an additional machining to provide necessary clearances.
- Increased cooling area drops the head’s operating temperature up to 35F.
- Dual (independent) CNC Billet Aluminum Intake Manifolds with seals is included. Carb interface: 41.4MM ID, 2-3/4″ x 5/16″ bolthole spacing. We have completely redesigned the Intake <–> Head interface to eliminate vacuum leaks.
- Exhaust interface accepts both OEM single-bolt flanges as well as the aftermarket three-bolt pattern.
- Hi-tensile steel thread inserts (headbolts, intake, exhaust) installed; all original thread sizes, no need for “special” fasteners.
- OEM oil drain location.
- ***The difference in surface finish between the Intake (coarser) and Exhaust (smoother) ports is intentional.
- Warranty details and conditions are listed in the Installation Manuals ( Manuals download page )
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