S&S flywheel assemblies for 1986-’03 Sportster / Buell tube frame models
S&S flywheel assemblies for 1986-’03 Sportster models are of five piece design and feature a large tapered sprocket shaft and pinion shaft. Since the stock flywheels for these engines do not have removable mainshafts, S&S engineers designed the pinion shaft with the same larger, stronger taper as the sprocket shaft. Why put your engine back together with stock flywheels when you can upgrade to S&S quality?
Features and Benefits:
- CNC machined from heat-treated, closed die, steel forging
- Stronger than cast iron or late style steel flywheels
- 5-piece design—easily rebuilt with standard flywheel fixtures and tools
- Unassembled balanced flywheels are balanced by the static method
- Assembled flywheels are dynamic balanced after assembly using our American-Hofmann® dynamic balancing machine unless otherwise specified
- Pinion shaft and sprocket shaft
- Connecting rods
NOTE: Pinion and oil pump drive gears in 1988-’03 models must be replaced with early style gears
Must order replacement Part Number(s) for Pinion shaft and Oil Pump Gear. (09320148 & 09320147) contact us about this
FLYWHEEL ASSEMBLIES FOR 1994-‘02 BUELL® MODELS
S&S flywheels for two-cylinder 1994-’02 Buell models. Although similar to flywheels
for Sportster® models, these flywheels are knife edged and lightened. This design
offers these advantages:
• Knife edging is a proven design used in race motors to make the flywheels "shed"
oil more quickly to reduce drag at high rpm.
• Knife edging and lightening increases effective crankcase volume and reduces the
flywheel assembly weight by 2-4 lbs. Increased crankcase volume results in better
oil control, effectively reducing friction and heat, as well as helping to control oil
carry over. Reduced weight results in faster revving and higher top rpm capability.
• All S&S flywheels for Sportster and Buell models feature removable mainshafts for
easy rebuilding. In addition, the S&S pinion shaft is the 1986-’87 splined design,
which is much stronger than the stock pinion shaft, allowing the use of higher lift
cams and stronger valve springs.