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I am a NewBee and looking for some basic information. I now own a Royal Star 1300 but I am looking to purchase a Road King in the near future. As I look around I am seeing a wide range of engine sizes and would like to know if there is really a big difference between the various sizes. I have seen 96cc, 110cc, 103cc, twin cam, 1450, 1540, 1690.....? Thanks for any info provided
Interested in the same I bought a 1200 forty eight sportster. And looking to MAX it out. I don"t know the engine sizes and options.
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96, 103, and 110 as well as 80 are all cubic inch (CI) sizes of various Harley engines. The larger numbers (1300, 1450, etc) are roughly the cubic centimeter (CC) equivalents of the CI size.
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96, 103, and 110 as well as 80 are all cubic inch (CI) sizes of various Harley engines. The larger numbers (1300, 1450, etc) are roughly the cubic centimeter (CC) equivalents of the CI size.
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I am a NewBee and looking for some basic information. I now own a Royal Star 1300 but I am looking to purchase a Road King in the near future. As I look around I am seeing a wide range of engine sizes and would like to know if there is really a big difference between the various sizes. I have seen 96cc, 110cc, 103cc, twin cam, 1450, 1540, 1690.....? Thanks for any info provided
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That"s right. 1200 Sportsters are 1202 cc. 883 Sportsters are 883 cc.Sportsters aren"t generally spoken of in cubic inches. The bigger bikes are. The 80 inch Evos and the 88 inch Twin Cams are sometimes referred to by the number of cc. The newer 96, 103, and 110 motors are almost always referred to by their cubic inch size. 80 cubic inch - 1340 cc88 cubic inch - 1450 cc96 cubic inch - 1573 cc103 cubic inch - 1687 cc110 cubic inch - 1802 ccThere are a lot of differences between the motors. 80" Evos have a single cam. The rest of the "big twins" have twin cams. Obviously the larger the cubic inches the more power and torque you get. Now, the Sportsters have 4 cams. They always have. Even back when the Ironheads were being made. Ironheads were 900cc and 1000cc. On the note of old Shovelheads, they came in 74" (1200cc) first and then 80" (1340cc) later on. The Evolution motors came after the Iron and Shovel motors. The twin cam motors replaced the single cam 80" Evos in 1998 and the Sportsters kept the smaller quad cam Evo motor going. They still have quad cam Evo motors in the Sportsters to this day. Hope this info helps.-Rohan