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Old 11-10-2012, 04:43 PM
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Anyone done this SE Stage 4? Input appreciated.

Screamin' EagleŽ Street Performance Stage 4 Kit - 103 Cubic Inches

This Street Performance kit provides the maximum horsepower output for a legal 103 kit that will maintain the factory warranty. This kit includes SE CNC Ported Factory Cylinder heads, 58mm ETC throttle body, SE-259E cams, 10.5 to 1 compression pistons, Perfect-Fit pushrods, SE clutch spring, and all required engine gaskets. This Street Performance kit produces 103 hp and 110 ft-lbs of torque. All EFI-equipped models require ECM calibration* (priced separately). *Recalibration is required for proper installation, and will allow engine to rev to 6200 RPM. See Dealer for details. Labor cost is not included.

Fits 49-state '10-later Touring models (except Trike) equipped with a Twin Cam 103 engine. Fits 49-state '10-'11 Touring models equipped with a Twin Cam 96 engine with separate purchase of Screamin' EagleŽ 3-7/8" Big Bore Cylinder Kit. '10 FLHX and FLTRX requires dual exhaust.

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Old 11-10-2012, 04:46 PM
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Yes, I didn't use the complete kit, don't like the power band with SE260 cams.
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you can get more then that with a bolt in cam and a tuner.
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Installing the kit now along with SE Ventilator, v&h monster rounds, and v&h power duals. Let you know how it is once everything is done.

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thnx for replies -- DOOF
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Not sure if this helps but I had a Stage III installed. I'm running SE heavy breather, CFRs w/V&H true duals. Dyno at 93hp/108tq

http://www.roadglide.org/showthread.php?t=24983
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I have the older stage IV 103 that has the 110+ heads, 10.5 to 1 pistons/jugs, 58mm TB, larger injectors, and it had the SE260 cams. The SE260 cams weren't doing it for me so I pulled them and installed a set of Wood Performance TW400-6 cams and threw in the SE adjustable push rods and pre loaded them at .140. I'm running a supertrapp 2-1 and heavy breather as well. The woods cams made the bike really come to life, it was like night and day. The bike now pulls like a raped ape coming on at 22-2500 rpm and keeps pulling more and more all the way to Redline. It is TQ all over the place and I highly recommend the TW400-6 cams or any of the wood performance cams to really wake up a bike and turn it into a monster. Give Bob a call at wood performance and talk to him, he will set you up rite and talk to you about all your options.
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Smash -- thank you! Great info -- I too have heard good feedback about Woods -- DOOF

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I have the older stage IV 103 that has the 110+ heads, 10.5 to 1 pistons/jugs, 58mm TB, larger injectors, and it had the SE260 cams. The SE260 cams weren't doing it for me so I pulled them and installed a set of Wood Performance TW400-6 cams and threw in the SE adjustable push rods and pre loaded them at .140. I'm running a supertrapp 2-1 and heavy breather as well. The woods cams made the bike really come to life, it was like night and day. The bike now pulls like a raped ape coming on at 22-2500 rpm and keeps pulling more and more all the way to Redline. It is TQ all over the place and I highly recommend the TW400-6 cams or any of the wood performance cams to really wake up a bike and turn it into a monster. Give Bob a call at wood performance and talk to him, he will set you up rite and talk to you about all your options.
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I have the older stage IV 103 that has the 110+ heads, 10.5 to 1 pistons/jugs, 58mm TB, larger injectors, and it had the SE260 cams. The SE260 cams weren't doing it for me so I pulled them and installed a set of Wood Performance TW400-6 cams and threw in the SE adjustable push rods and pre loaded them at .140. I'm running a supertrapp 2-1 and heavy breather as well. The woods cams made the bike really come to life, it was like night and day. The bike now pulls like a raped ape coming on at 22-2500 rpm and keeps pulling more and more all the way to Redline. It is TQ all over the place and I highly recommend the TW400-6 cams or any of the wood performance cams to really wake up a bike and turn it into a monster. Give Bob a call at wood performance and talk to him, he will set you up rite and talk to you about all your options.
Are the TW400-6 cams quiet? I too am considering them.
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Depends on your definition of quiet... Louder than stock YES,....not obnoxiously noisy but sound more like a sewing machine on steroids kind of tick tick tick. Make sure to pre-load at .140 as well and might want to do heavy duty lifters. They have a fast ramp and make amazing power. Tq is strong from idle, best cams I have ever used they are tq monsters.
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