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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-19-2013, 11:45 PM Thread Starter
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I need ur help guys! I have 2006 RG with 95 cubic motor and I was wondering if I could put 2011steet glide 103 motor in it? Do the bolt right up? The reason iam asking is I got killer price on the 103 with stage 4 kit, and my old 95 stage two is getting pretty miled up any info would be good info thanks
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I need ur help guys! I have 2006 RG with 95 cubic motor and I was wondering if I could put 2011steet glide 103 motor in it? Do the bolt right up? The reason iam asking is I got killer price on the 103 with stage 4 kit, and my old 95 stage two is getting pretty miled up any info would be good info thanks
No it will not work with the tranny, but some have said there is a way to change it so it will fit or buy a six speed tranny with it
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The motor will fit the frame, but the transmission will not fit the motor.
If you are able to get a later transmission with it, it will work.
You must make sure the electrical will connect too.

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Oil passages are totally different . Older twin cams had external lines. Newer ones are internal.

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