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post #11 of 21 (permalink) Old 06-13-2019, 11:30 PM
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Nice overhaul you are performing. What oil temp gauge are you using? Any plans to replace the rear air shocks?

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post #12 of 21 (permalink) Old 06-14-2019, 05:48 AM
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Should be a blast to ride! Thanks for the pics!


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So here is the new parts list, retail pricing

Zippers Muscle 107" Kit for 2007-Up Big Twin Cable-Throttle Models, Silver +$3,449.00
Baker GrudgeBox $3,395.00
Baker Sleeper trap door $250.00
Baker Compensator $499.00
Baker Primary Chain Tension Adjuster $249.00
Screamin Eagle Variable Pressure Clutch $280.96
Screamin Eagle Performance Clutch Friction Disc Kit $159.43
Screamin Eagle Twin Cam Performance Race Clutch Hub Kit $248.06
Chrome '95-'08 Touring D&D Fat Cat, Straight-Cut, Wrapped Big Bore Baffle +$999.00
S&S Balanced Wheels 4 3/8 stroke with Full-Width Rod Tops for 2007-Up 'A' Twin Cam® Engines +$1,517.95
Zippers Blueprinted Billet Cam Plate for '99-'06 TC Engines +$419.95
Feuling® OE+ 2007-up oil pump assembly +$239.95
Jagg oil cooler $329.95

I'm not sure on the throttle body yet and there are a lot of misc. parts like rotors, oil temp gauge, etc.

Right now my retail parts are at $13,589.79 without any labor
4 inch jugs from the MoCo, have the spigot holes cut, the case has to come out of the scooter anyway. Pistons from whatever floats your boat, and run the heads through zippers or some other shop. Eazy start S&S gear drive cams that fit your needs. S&S cam plate and three stage oil pump. New jug studs. Skip the adjustable push rods unless you plan to run roller rockers. Just use SE tapered rods. 110 inches for less cash.


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post #14 of 21 (permalink) Old 06-21-2019, 03:55 PM Thread Starter
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I just used a stock HD oil temperature gauge so it would match my existing cluster, it will be good enough to give me a heads up that things are getting too hot. No plans for shocks or any other upgrades, we have a trip to Sturgis and the Tail of the Dragon planned so I'm about done spending.

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post #15 of 21 (permalink) Old 06-21-2019, 04:07 PM Thread Starter
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I went into Zippers with a list of parts but I told them to correct any items that they didn't like, so they pretty much tossed my whole list except for a SE oil pump, they said once you fix the problems in the camplate the SE pump had more that adequate presser for my build and it saved me some cash.

I am so happy I went to Zipper's, their knowledge and attention to detail far exceeded my expectation, so I fully trust and value any advice they offer.

This is a example, so they will do your build anyway you like and some might want SE parts so this is a example of a SE camplate bore for the pressure relief valve under magnification and that valve needs to seat at the end of the bore. Zipper's inspects every part they intend to use and this is what they found.
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post #16 of 21 (permalink) Old 06-21-2019, 04:27 PM Thread Starter
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So hear is my latest progress, engine in, engine mounts, coil, oil cooler, throttle body, and thundermax, plus a ton of cleaning, etc.
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post #17 of 21 (permalink) Old 06-22-2019, 06:20 AM Thread Starter
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Here is what I ended up getting after the guys at Zipper's tweaked my parts list.

Zippers Muscle 107" Kit for 2007-Up Big Twin Cable-Throttle Models, Silver +$3,449.00
Baker GrudgeBox $3,395.00
Baker Sleeper trap door $250.00
Baker Compensator $499.00
Baker Primary Chain Tension Adjuster $249.00
Zipper's Variable Pressure Clutch $306.95
Horsepower Inc. 58mm/1.730 Throttle Body $799.95
S&S TC/00+XL Lifters $146.95
Chrome '95-'08 Touring D&D Fat Cat, Straight-Cut, Wrapped Big Bore Baffle +$999.00
S&S Balanced Wheels 4 3/8 stroke with Full-Width Rod Tops for 2007-Up 'A' Twin Cam® Engines +$1,517.95
Zippers Blueprinted Billet Cam Plate for '99-'06 TC Engines +$419.95
SE 2007-up oil pump assembly +$149.95
Jagg oil cooler $329.95
A lot of new gaskets, sprockets, chains, brake rotors, windshield, etc.

Total build cost to date, labor included $15,446.74
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post #18 of 21 (permalink) Old 06-24-2019, 07:30 PM Thread Starter
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Baker won't ship for a month so the old trans is going back in for now, my goal is get the motor fired by Wednesday. I just got the intake finished up, a few bearings in, and the old trans cleaned. The main bearing was trashed but it's new for now and hopefully it will get me past the break-in.
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post #19 of 21 (permalink) Old 07-01-2019, 01:55 PM Thread Starter
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The bike is up and running, Zippers primed the oil system and heat cycled the motor, the old trans and compensator will have to do until baker ships my order. The normal oil temp is about 210 degrees with 43 pound of oil pressure, torque and HP are about 120 and the bike is a lot of fun to ride. I would highly recommend Zippers, their expertise, quality, and service is exceeded by none.
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post #20 of 21 (permalink) Old 07-08-2019, 07:08 AM Thread Starter
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I've been riding it for 10 days and 1,850 miles, oil temps about 195 on a 90+ degree day but it will climb to 230 degrees after about 10 minutes in stop and go, oil pressure is 43-45 psi at highway speed, my best mpg is 47.5 on a tank riding back roads in PA., I've only cracked the throttle a few times during breaking but the front tire was 2 inches off the ground in third gear which was awesome.

I've just switched from conventional oil to Redline synthetic and NGK iridium plugs, immediately i noticed it starts easier and runs smoother and cooler, plus the Thundermax ECM is still learning and improving the ride.

I'm very happy with this build and will never be able to go back to a stock motor.
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