HARLEY-DAVIDSON® SCREAMIN’ EAGLE® PRO STAGE II KIT – VRSC™ MODELS - 30076-09
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Increase your VRSC™ model’s top-end horsepower and race
track performance. When paired with your choice of race-use
exhaust system, the Screamin’ Eagle® Pro intake and exhaust
cams, tuned-length short velocity stacks and a high-flow air
cleaner combine to produce a solid 20-horsepower boost at
the rear wheel. Kit includes cam gaskets that permit this Stage
Kit to be installed without removing the engine from the frame.
The lower air cleaner box can be modified to improve the air
flow (template included). All models require ECM calibration
(priced separately) with available Super Tuner configuration.
For race application only.
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Fits ’08-later VRSC™ and ’07 VRSCX models. Installation requires modification of the lower air cleaner box for relocation of the temperature sensor. Installation requires separate purchase of Valve Shims. Lift @ Valve – Intake/Exhaust: .490"/.464" Duration @ .053 – Intake/Exhaust: 256˚/258˚ Timing @ .053 Lift – Open/Close Intake: 20˚ BTDC/56˚ ABDC Timing @ .053 Lift – Open/Close Exhaust: 57˚ BBDC/21˚ ATDC TDC Lift @ Valve – Intake/Exhaust: .143"/.142"
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CROSSED FLAG: Harley-Davidson® motorcycles modified with some (Screamin' Eagle®) performance engine parts must not be used on public roads and in some cases may be restricted to closed-course competition. In this Screamin' Eagle® section, all engine-related performance parts identified with the crossed flags symbol are intended for racing applications only and are not legal for sale or use in California on pollution-controlled vehicles. Alterations of emission related components constitutes tampering under the US EPA guidelines and can lead to substantial fines and penalties.