$5695 for the 120ST crate motor, no discount. I believe they are doing 10-15% discount on labor if ya do it over the wintertime.Just wondering what dealerships near you guys are asking for the crate motor or any special pricing deals going on? My dealer has the 20% off deal going on, but wont discount the crate engines, best he would do is 200 off. Thanks in advance for replies.
If trade in comes into the equation of your decisions making on putting a large engine in your bike, you should just keep what you have. Anytime you build an engine with high end parts and performance parts, you never get back what you put in. If that's what you are worried about, by the engine of choice outright and then put your original engine back in when you trade it off. Many choose this route.I was talking to the salesman at my local dealer about aftermarket motors and trade in. They give less on trade in.
Probably but that is yet to be seen. Just because the R had some issues on the first run doesn't mean they haven't fixed them now plus the ST has a one year warranty and like I said above it just depends on his local dealership vs Indy reliability and backing. I've read also that the S&S 124" have had some issues as well and I know one person here locally that is one of them. With all that being said, if the OP wants to take it out and race his buds and put it through its paces then the S&S would be the way to go. If he just wants to ride then the ST will be more than up to the challenge. It is much better built than what comes in these things to start with.A S&S 124LC will be a better, more reliable crate motor than a 120ST.