Stealth Belt Drive For Harley Sportsters

In need of waking up the left side of your Harley Sportster? This Stealth Belt Drive is not only very good looking, but it is, as far as I know, the only USA made Belt Drive to fit  Sportsters 1991-2003 and 2004-present

Offered by Evolution Industries in 2 or 3 inch (called 2X and 3X) there are machined out of high grade aircraft 6061 billet aluminum. The Stealth Sportster Belt Drive is sold with everything you need to slap it on your factory bike in less than 2 hours, including the time spent disassembling your factory primary. Also included in the kit is a Kevlar Stage 1 6 Spring \ Diamond Terminator Clutch, 45 Tooth Engine Sprocket and 72 Tooth Clutch Sprocket. Model 3″ 2 upper Belt guard rails. Utilizes Original Style Clutch Cable

Available in show polished or satin black to match your Harley engine cases. Optional Show Bike Kit featuring Gardner Westcott polished Allen Head chrome hardware. Designed and machined in-house in the USA by Evolution Industries. More info at: 909-595-7969

13 Responses to “Stealth Belt Drive For Harley Sportsters”

  1. 1 Joshua May 11th, 2012 at 8:22 am

    I am tempted.

  2. 2 Hotrod May 11th, 2012 at 9:26 am

    How is the trans oil retained/filled/drained?

  3. 3 CafeSportyTC May 11th, 2012 at 9:46 am

    good question hotrod.. i would be interested to see their solution

  4. 4 CafeSportyTC May 11th, 2012 at 9:47 am

    actually now that i look at it the backing plate seals off the the tranny (inner side of the primary and the belt drive is out in the “open”

  5. 5 Eric Maurer May 11th, 2012 at 3:14 pm

    this is a really nice setup, I have seen one in person. If I recall they are super spendy, but checked the site and did not see pricing.

  6. 6 LenNY Sinnet May 11th, 2012 at 8:02 pm

    These are great belt drive’s heavy engineering went into every aspect.
    The motor plate runs against the case enclosing primary with lubrication for transmission and running drive with clutch outboard of motor plate A great innovative product that enhances the look of the primary side of the motorcycle. And MADE IN SO-CAL…..

  7. 7 bigalyts May 12th, 2012 at 8:04 am

    Wow, very nice! Stuff like this put’s the Sporty back in the game!

  8. 8 Chessie May 12th, 2012 at 9:12 am

    Wouldn’t hurt my feelings to see this on my Sporty.

  9. 9 The Supreme Team May 12th, 2012 at 9:33 am

    AL and the guys at Evolution do some beautiful work. I’ve been to his shop a few times and honestly, I’m pretty jealous of the facility. Good folks to deal with, integrity.quality and pride in their workmanship. Hope you sell a thousand of them AL!

  10. 10 MDSPHOTO May 12th, 2012 at 1:18 pm

    Almost make me what to go out an buy a sporty. Almost.

  11. 11 burnout May 12th, 2012 at 8:30 pm

    Ah like it! peace

  12. 12 Jason Hallman (Steelchoppin) May 15th, 2012 at 1:07 pm

    Would love one…how much $$??

  13. 13 raptor Jul 10th, 2012 at 10:15 am

    i have one, actually have bought two, they have undergone a few changes, however they are very high maintenance, dont like dirt dust, etc. noisy when at stop clutch in. getting replacement parts is a huge hassle. they force you to run the trans all but dry of oil, leaving the stator with out a good oil bath to keep it cool. the reason for the low oil level is the seals dont hold up well, plus a design flaw where there is no seal on the input shaft of the trans to the clutch basket. they rely on a sealed roller bearing pack with grease and only use the seals in the bearing to keep the oil from getting to the clutches. heat, and oil will soften up the grease, it flows out and you will end up with trans oil in your clutches and a leak. no where does anyone ever rely on a sealed bearing to retain oil there is always a seal outside the bearing to do this. the seal on the bearing is not and will never be designed to hold back the oil only the grease in the bearing and to keep the dust out. yes its a nice looking conversation piece. makes a nice blower type sound, is geared a lil better. but for the grief i have personally been through, id not buy one again. one thing you will find is no matter what you face for an issue, they never admit it may be a design flaw but always an install issue. to get anything replaced you first have to be with out your bike send back the parts let them inspect them or just buy the part and run. i called for seals and the “patato chip” asked me for the part numbers? first inner hub was splined in aluminum, in a month the clutches cut it and then you get no disengagement, try stopping at a red light that way?? not fun, replacement was not machined true and i had a wobbling outer basket, the rear belt gear. of course, its bad install press a bearing in the outter hub, press the inner in to the shoulder and its dont spin true. put the old one back on its true, new one back again its out, so i call, yea well tear it down send us the old and new one so we can see how its wrong and we will replace it. i bought this belt drive in 2007. ANY down time for this bike is totally related to this belt drive. so far all this summer waiting on parts, to now have to send them back for inspection? come on!!! $$$ 2,750 plus shipping to go thru this? i can buy at least if not 2 belt drives for any other harley, id expect much better service for $2,800.

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