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Old 10-01-2008, 10:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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S&S 113 Questions

I'm new to the world of American V-Twins. Just bought a chopper with a 113 S&S Motor. Does anybody know what this motor is based on? Evo? Twin Cam? I'm just trying to figure out which oil filter and other odds and ends will fit.
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Old 10-01-2008, 10:22 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm new to the world of American V-Twins. Just bought a chopper with a 113 S&S Motor. Does anybody know what this motor is based on? Evo? Twin Cam? I'm just trying to figure out which oil filter and other odds and ends will fit.

If i had to guess I would say its based on the TC!!! Does the motor have 1 or 2 cams????
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Generally the S&S sidewinder motors are based off the tried and true Evo design. There are a few ways to check. If there is no oil pump on the outside of the motor (aft of cam cover) its a TC. Meaning if the oil lines go in to the case. Other minor things such as rocker boxes having 4 screws (evo) or 6 (TC). However you can find after market evo rocker boxes that look like TC. Oil pump is the most obvious thing to tell you over the net. Find someone with a pre 99 bike and look at the motors, if there are major differences then you have a TC. 99% sure it's an evo though.
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