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Wednesday 24 June 2020

Feuling Parts

Race Series Camchest Kits for Twin Cam

Oceanside, California based specialist Feuling Parts' ​complete camchest kits include all the necessary components from top to bottom of the camchest, conveniently packaged under one part - "these combination kits not only ensure each individual part is designed to work and function together, but to do so in total harmony and take the guesswork out of the ordering process, providing the engine builder maximum reliability, peak performance and the coolest engine/oil temperatures obtainable," says Feuling CEO Luke Leatherman.

The kits include a Feuling ​high volume oil pump, high flow camplate, Reaper​ series camshafts, hydraulic roller lifters, adjustable pushrods, Timken​ bearings, gaskets, O-rings, exhaust gaskets, high grade ARP​ fasteners, washers, moly paste, Loctite and hardware.
The kits have been proven to deliver 25-35 degree cooler engine temperatures; 15-30 degree cooler oil temperatures; 15-30 more lbs of oil pressure; quieter and smoother engine operation and eliminate wet sumping, blow-by and oily air cleaners.
The chain drive conversion kits include conversion camshafts for '99-'06 Twin Cam engines that update the old mechanical style cams and tensioners to the new hydraulic tensioner system. The chain drive conversion kits also include the sprockets, hydraulic tensioners, chains and spacers needed for installation.
Reaper series cam options for the Twin Cam Race Series kits include the 574 with its "extremely smooth cam lobe design, creating a very smooth valve train motion," described as ideal for the 2,100 - 6,500 rpm range. Performance valve springs are required on '99-'04 engines, and performance pushrods and lifters are recommended.
"This cam gives a wicked power band for modified engines and is an excellent bolt-in for stock 96", 103" and 110" engines. It responds very well to modified cylinder heads, increased compression ratio, performance exhaust and intake systems - this is a great all-round camshaft with solid low end performance and mind blowing mid and top end power," says Leatherman.
Also available for these Twin Cam kits, the 594 Reaper cam requires high-performance valve springs, pushrods, lifters, carburetor and/or throttle body work, performance exhaust, intake and clutch.
"Large displacements respond well to increased compression ratio, and smaller displacements will require it. This is a fiercely performing camshaft for an array of engines sizes, large displacement 103", 110" and 124" engines looking for a superior torque band with excellent horsepower gains in heavy bikes (2,200 - 6,250 rpm) and smaller, high revving displacement 95" style engines in lighter bikes looking to twist the throttle and tap into some horsepower (2,500 - 6,800 rpm)."
A final option would be the Reaper 630 cam, which maintains low end performance with "eye blurring mid and top end power. It delivers vicious power gains, a wide streetable power band from what is a high-lift profile camshaft for high-performance engines with highly modified cylinder heads and compression ratio - great in the 2,500 - 6,900+ rpm range."
Carburetor and/or throttle body work will be required along with a performance exhaust and intake system, high-performance valve springs, pushrods and lifters.