S&S Announces Long Block Replacement Engines As An Alternative To Rebuilding Your Harley 80” Evo Big Twin

SSLongBlockS&S cycle announced the introduction of V80 and V111 Long Block engines as an alternative to rebuilding stock 80” Harley-Davidson® Evolution® big twins. Both Long Block engines are set up to use your induction systems and the V80 will also work with stock ignition systems.
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The V80 is a great stock displacement engine for 1984-’99 big twins, that provides a little extra kick. For the rider who is looking for substantially more performance, the V111 Long Block’s 111 cubic inches makes it an excellent choice.

S&S Long Blocks will appeal to the Evolution owner who is faced with the choice of rebuilding his worn out stock engine or replacing it with a new power plant. “You spend a bunch of money rebuilding a stock engine and…well, you’ve still just got a stock engine. An S&S Long Block will deliver way more performance than a rebuilt stocker and is available off the shelf right now.”  explains S&S VP of Marketing, David Zemla.

Both engines fit in a stock chassis without modifications, and both will run well with a re-jetted stock carburetor or re-calibrated EFI system. Of course, for maximum performance, an S&S Super E carburetor or EFI upgrade kit is recommended.

S&S Long Block engines are built using the same premium quality, U.S. made components that are used in S&S complete performance engines, assuring you of superior performance and long, trouble free engine life and S&S stands behind it with a two-year warranty. For more information, visit S&S Cycle Long Block Series 

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12 Responses to “S&S Announces Long Block Replacement Engines As An Alternative To Rebuilding Your Harley 80” Evo Big Twin”


  1. 1 Joshua Oct 27th, 2015 at 10:13 am

    Yes, but the 80″ Evo is now the new “antique”.

  2. 2 Kirk Perry Oct 27th, 2015 at 1:20 pm

    Great Idea, and S&S was the first to fill the niche.

  3. 3 Scott Welch Oct 27th, 2015 at 2:09 pm

    Ha. I was about to have my 80 evo rebuilt. Now I hesitate. 4 K is a little bit high for me, but I would get a 111″. Almost convinced.

  4. 4 Pat h Oct 27th, 2015 at 4:31 pm

    Vin #, cars can change engines, trans.never worry, on a bike its up to the laws discretion, even with MSO you will be trying to prove your innocent while your bike is impounded, take it with a grain of salt it varies state to state, makes traveling hard.

  5. 5 Bleeding Ears Oct 27th, 2015 at 4:37 pm

    Scott, the 111″ is $5 K only the 80″ is $4150.

    I LIKE LOUD PIPES (and if my neighbors don’t that’s too bad!!!!!!)

  6. 6 James just another crazy kiwi Oct 27th, 2015 at 7:02 pm

    I still have an Evo in the garage have not run her for a while.
    Good Engines.
    Will standard starter and clutch handle the extra ponies long term ?

  7. 7 Zenaldo Oct 27th, 2015 at 8:29 pm

    No hp or torque ratings ?

  8. 8 Vic Padilla Oct 29th, 2015 at 1:02 am

    How about I send back this 89 stroker kit and I showcase this long block, David! LOL It’ll save me a hell of a lot of time. 😉

  9. 9 Axel Nov 2nd, 2015 at 1:28 am

    Pat h-
    My innocent what?

  10. 10 Batterycap Nov 2nd, 2015 at 11:37 am

    Awesome. I have 2 Evo’s in the garage that may outlive me. If they don’t, it would be great fun to tell my 110″ friends that I wish they cold experience a 111″ :).

  11. 11 Bean're Nov 2nd, 2015 at 5:52 pm

    Vin numbers go off the frame. I have changed motors numerous times and shipping my bike overseas and back and also rode across international borders. There was never a problem with having different engine numbers.
    Having this option is a HUGE benefit. Rebuilding motors with worn out cases can be futile I have found. The cylinder studs pull out and the cost of a full rebuild is usually estimated at a whole lot less than what it actually comes out when the job is finished. I’d opt for the brand new motor and with an added 2 year warranty, That was better than the Harley Davidson factory offered. I’m tempted to get rid of my twin cam and go back to Evo now…….

  12. 12 grmp54 Nov 4th, 2015 at 10:18 am

    Replaced my stock 80 evo with a 111 a couple of years ago. Definitely $ well spent. Sure woke up my 94 RK.

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