Harley-Davidson Offers A Kit To Pump The 2014 Ultra Limited To The CVO Motorcycle Specifications Twin-Cooled Engine Performance

HD110Stage1The new Screamin’ Eagle® 110 Cubic Inch Stage 1 Kit (P/N 92500020, $1,998.95) street-legal kit upgrades a 2014 Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited to the full CVO motorcycle performance of the Twin-Cooled Twin Cam 110 engine (the kit does not fit the 2014 Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic.)

It boosts the displacement of the Twin-Cooled™ High Output Twin Cam 103™ engine to 110 cubic inches and bundles the proven components of the CVO™ exclusive Screamin’ Eagle Twin-Cooled™ Twin Cam 110″ powertrain. The Screamin’ Eagle® cylinder heads and forged piston combination offers a 9.3:1 compression ratio for easy starting. “Screamin’ Eagle 110” cylinder head medallions make it clear it’s an Ultra with extra.

The kit includes all required gaskets (except primary cover and transmission interface gasket) and hardware to complete the installation. Installation requires case boring, the separate purchase of an Automatic Compression Release Wiring Harness, and ECM recalibration.

The separate purchase of cam spacers and professional installation is recommended. This kit fits the 50-state 2014 Ultra Limited model. MSRP: 1998.95. For more information, visit Harley-Davidson’s Website

10 Responses to “Harley-Davidson Offers A Kit To Pump The 2014 Ultra Limited To The CVO Motorcycle Specifications Twin-Cooled Engine Performance”

  1. 1 Matt Oct 15th, 2013 at 9:43 am

    With HD, to make it right, you’ve got to spend big dollars in aftermarket parts.

  2. 2 Mr Dick Oct 15th, 2013 at 9:59 am

    Just another reason to make one wonder what is so special about the CVO, and the big premium price,sounds funny coming from a guy who owns one.

  3. 3 BobS Oct 15th, 2013 at 10:02 am

    To pump up performance to the 110″CVO twin cam twin cooled twin leaker performance…ok that’s cool, where’s the dyno? 1995.00 plus extra parts plus labor, might be worth it, might not. If a guy is going to spend 4 grand for this 2000 dollar upgrade Harley should at least show the dyno so he knows what he’s getting.

  4. 4 Toby Oct 15th, 2013 at 12:09 pm

    If you could do this without the case boring ($$) it might be an easy upgrade. Better to sell the 103 and replace is with an after-market crate engine.

  5. 5 Chris Oct 15th, 2013 at 12:12 pm

    Seems like a smart move by Harley. You know there are aftermarket companies that are going to be selling similar kits. Why wouldn’t Harley capitalize on this segment of the market?

  6. 6 Woody's Oct 15th, 2013 at 4:16 pm

    Why not just offer that engine as an option in the first place? If the only reason they don’t, is to prop up the CVO pricing then they’re being very short-sighted IMHO. There’ll aways be a market for higher HP engine option at time of build, ask any succesful automaker.

  7. 7 JackS Oct 16th, 2013 at 8:03 am

    Chris is right, but I want to echo Matt’s sentiment. 18% of HD’s non-financing revenue comes from parts & accessories and understandably, they want to grow that business. Each of us who has $3K+ invested in aftermarket parts on our bikes is living proof of the business model. But that extra investment should not have to be made in order to raise our beloved HD’s performance level to the existing levels of competitive bikes. Image and customer experience are all well and good, but without a superior product, both eventually fade.

  8. 8 mot ikswelborw Oct 16th, 2013 at 8:22 am

    Im awfly happy with my 96 iin ,, must sayin ,,:-) stock ,,

  9. 9 Terence Tory Oct 16th, 2013 at 8:55 am

    Dyno charts are vital for any claims of boosted motor performance.The H-D business model of selling a base on which to pile baubles and bits merely to make it a good riders motorcycle is flawed.

    I thought of getting a late model used bagger last week.Then I realized all the bits and bucks I would have to throw at it for it to be the bike it should have been when it left the factory,I baulked.

    I could buy a GoldWing,a Ducati or an Indian and avoid paying twice for a reasonable bike straight outa the box.

  10. 10 Clark Kirkendall Dec 10th, 2013 at 10:36 am

    If you look in the 2014 Screamin’ Eagle catalog on page 32, You can see a dyno chart of this kit.

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