Harley-Davidson adds engines to remanufacturing program

Publish Date: 
Jan 16, 2012

MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Accessories has added three engines to its Engine Remanufacturing Program. The “Reman” program, which restores Harley-Davidson engines to original factory specifications, recently added the Twin Cam 96, Twin Cam 103 and 2003-to-2006 CVO Twin Cam 103.

All 1999-to-2006 Twin Cam engines will be upgraded with the Screamin’ Eagle Hydraulic Cam Chain Tensioner and Oil Pump Kit, the only exception being engines from 2006 Dyna models.

Remanufacturing also is now available for all 1999-and-later engines with a Screamin’ Eagle Street Legal Big Bore Stage I EFI Kit.

The program will continue to accept 1984-and-later Evolution 1340 engines as well as Twin Cam 88, Twin Cam 88B and Twin Cam 95 engines.

The Reman program requires an authorized Harley-Davidson dealership to remove the engine, ship it to the Harley-Davidson Reman facility, then reinstall the engine. During remanufacturing, the engine is disassembled and rigorously inspected. Components are remanufactured or replaced if they are worn beyond their service limits. The engine is repainted and hot-tested, and the motorcycle retains its original VIN.

Harley-Davidson claims Reman engines are usually returned to dealers within two weeks. The rebuilt engines carry a 12-month limited warranty. For additional details, go to www.h-d.com/reman.

Harley-Davidson press release posted by Arlo Redwine

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