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JIMS 135-INCH TWIN CAM RACE ENGINE TO BE USED IN THE FIRST 5-BALL RACING STREAMLINED TRIKE

By Bandit
5/8/2014


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JIMS is proud to announce the release of the brand-new 135-inch Twin Cam Race Engine! Based on the proven track record of JIMS race engines, we are proud to introduce this 2.2-liter monster which bolts right into a stock frame and incorporates some of the best high performance features in the industry. 

Specially designed ‘thick wall’ Engine Cases & Timken bearings, Larger Cylinders with increased fin pack for better cooling, Increased Press & Race Welded Flywheels, Billet Cam Plate with High Flow Oil Pump, Forged Rocker Support Plate with Roller Rocker Arms, ARP Cylinder Studs and Case Bolts and much more. 

Built around a 4-5/16-inch Bore x 4-5/8-inch Stroke, these engines can conservatively produce 136 HP and 135 TQ with proper intake, exhaust and tuning. Many of JIMS race engines are actually producing much more power with customer modifications. The JIMS 135-inch Twin Cam Race Engine is available in Black or Silver and fits all Touring and Dyna models ‘99-Present and Evo models ‘91-’99. 

JIMS Race Engines are not street legal and are available exclusively through Authorized Harley-Davidson dealerships. For more information please visit us at www.jimsusa.com, find us on Facebook or call 805-482-6913. 

To be completely legal, the Bikernet 5-Ball Race team is testing the JIMS 135-inch racing configurations against the slick and daunting Bonneville salt flats racing environment for the Bub event this year. 

We are in the process of working with the JIMS crew on a complete tech regarding the improvements to this engine package. It should be out in the next couple of weeks.

--Bandit 

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