A Better Foundation. S&S Announces Short Block Replacement Assemblies For 1984-99 Big Twins.

ss1SS2S&S Cycle has released a pair of short block engine assemblies designed to replace the tired bottom end on your 1984 through 1999 Carbureted and Fuel Injected 80″ Evolution big twin. Replace your entire stock lower end with an S&S Short Block assembly! A rock solid S&S flywheel assembly, installed in a set of bullet proof S&S Super Stock® crankcases. A stock replacement fitment with the added bonus of relocated oil pick up for better scavenging. Compatible with factory primary and gear covers, these short blocks are the ideal replacement for stock or high performance builds.

SS3“S&S Short Blocks are a solid, bolt-in solution for a bottom end that is no longer rebuildable” explains S&S Marketing Manager, Patrick Garvin. S&S Short 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.

Stock 3 ½ ” bore and 4 ¼ ” stroke. Premium quality U.S. made S&S components. Compatible with all stock and most aftermarket parts. Full one year parts warranty. Includes certificate of origin for new crankcases. For more information, visit S&S Cycle Short Block Replacement.

15 Responses to “A Better Foundation. S&S Announces Short Block Replacement Assemblies For 1984-99 Big Twins.”

  1. 1 Paul Sharp Apr 12th, 2016 at 8:26 am

    The HD Evo 1340 is the new collectible. Rebuild it and keep it.

  2. 2 boston jim Apr 12th, 2016 at 9:27 am

    +++1, EVO FOREVER !

  3. 3 Blackmax Apr 12th, 2016 at 4:33 pm

    If I had an H-D, as soon as the warranty expired
    I’d seriously be looking at S & S
    for gear drive & displacement increase…
    S & S, Nuff Said !!!!

  4. 4 Zenaldo Apr 12th, 2016 at 9:54 pm

    I’m assuming it’s available in their big bore setup for some “bump” in performance…bigger is better..

  5. 5 zipper Apr 13th, 2016 at 7:09 am

    I recently purchased an assembled S&S engine. It has a stock Harley oil pump on it. Make your own decision. ..Z

  6. 6 zipper Apr 13th, 2016 at 7:13 am

    Keep your Harley engine. Z

  7. 7 P. Galhager Apr 13th, 2016 at 7:52 am

    Guess to who Harley dealers are obliged to send Harley engines needing in need to be rebuilt. To S&S. It says a lot about the expertise of S&S.

  8. 8 George Cornel. Apr 13th, 2016 at 8:04 am

    True. Harley-Davidson has an agreement with S&S. All H-D engines are rebuilt by S&S, not by H-D dealers. S&S has a big dept. doing only this for Harley.

  9. 9 Patrick Garvin Apr 13th, 2016 at 8:50 am

    Zipper, did you purchase an engine from us here at S&S or was it assembled by someone else? If you recently purchased an engine from us it would have had an S&S oil pump if it came out of our facility. The only exception is if you purchased one of our SB series engines. If you have any issues with you engine please feel free to call us, we would be more than happy to take care of you 866-244-2673

  10. 10 Steal Your Face Apr 13th, 2016 at 9:24 am

    Zipper, can you give us more info?

  11. 11 domino Apr 13th, 2016 at 10:48 am

    My ’91 Evo was one of the famous “bad” cases. After three base gasket replacements I finally found the “infamous” hairline crack at the oil galley (leading to the total launch of many an Evo case). Unfortunately too late for warranty. I opted to rebuild with factory cases (matching #’s). I think it cost me about $1200.00 at the time, and a lot of hours in the garage. If I had to do it again, this would definitely be the way to go. ……………. Dave …………………..

  12. 12 Lyle Landstrom Apr 13th, 2016 at 1:35 pm

    S&S makes a great product but if you want to keep your bike titled as a Harley, and keep the resale value, you’re better off with Harley cases. Or, set your original HD engine aside for when you do sell the bike.

  13. 13 zipper Apr 13th, 2016 at 4:33 pm

    I don’t want to say negative things about S&S, there are a lot of nice and talented people who work there. I can only say from 55 years of experience dealing with engines I’ll take bolt on Screaming Eagle kits. Z

  14. 14 Cherry Aug 2nd, 2016 at 11:49 pm

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