Putting Back The Rumble In Your Harley Ride. Harley-Davidson Long Block Program.

When the miles start to add upand unlike an engine rebuild from a repair shop, a LongBlock installed by your Harley dealer can be your most affordable solution. The Harley-Davidson LongBlock is manufactured from 100% new Original Equipment components, and is built to the latest factory specifications.

Engine includes upgraded Screamin’ Eagle® lefty crankcase bearing, Screamin’ Eagle cam bearings and Screamin’ Eagle performance tappets to handle higher stress loads and performance upgrades. In addition, ’99-’06 LongBlocks are upgraded with late-model hydraulic cam tensioners, high-volume oil pump and billet cam plate. ’07-’13 103CI and 110CI engines feature factory-installed Automatic Compression Releases.

The crankcase is pre-assembled with flywheels, connecting rods, bearings, seals, cylinders, pistons, rings, heads, valves, valve springs, tappets and pushrod covers. Also included and ready for Dealer installation are top end rocker arm supports, rocker arms and shafts, pushrods, and breathers. The LongBlock also includes cam support plate, cam plate bearings, cam and timing chain drive, hydraulic tensioners and all required gaskets and new hardware.

You can choose silver or black- highlighted engines to match your styling direction. Bikes originally equipped with Twin Cam 88 engines can upgrade to 95 or 103CI displacement, and Twin Cam 96-equipped models can be repowered with 103 or 110CI engines, based on specific model fitment. LongBlock is sold without cam shafts, lower rocker boxes, upper rocker box covers, or cam cover. You have the option to re-install your current cams and covers, or select from a wide assortment of performance and custom engine cover options.

Just take your Harley motorcycle to your authorized dealership. They will remove the engine from the frame, ship the left crankcase half to Harley-Davidson, and in a short time, you will have a new LongBlock back, ready for the dealer to reinstall in your bike. Your engine retains its original Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) for easy title exchange and registration. Options And Prices at Harley-Davidson LongBlok Program.


4 Responses to “Putting Back The Rumble In Your Harley Ride. Harley-Davidson Long Block Program.”

  1. 1 blast? Aug 17th, 2017 at 8:37 am

    There is no rumble in those motors. Not a basher I’ve had 30 of them and currently own 2. Gut that anemic motor totally and replace with S and S quality or take it to Zippers Performance.and they will make it scream like a leftard millenial snow flake. Blast.

  2. 2 Shanedrive Aug 17th, 2017 at 8:51 am

    Two things:
    1) as an indy shop, installing one of these MIGHT get you a “parts only” warranty. Labor is only warranted if the dealer installs the engine. I’m fortunate enough to have a dealer work w/me on a “parts only” warranty and I take on the risk of pony-ing up the labor should a failure occur.

    2) If you order one of these engines and wish to retain your original “abbreviated” vin number on the left crankcase, you will have to turn your OEM crankcase over to Harley for destruction. You get to keep the rest of your OEM engine if you wish but that left case half has to go back to the factory. To me this is silly since bikes are not registered via the engine number but are registered via the full vin number on the frame.

    Yes, this is a convenient way to “Freshen” up your engine and the price isn’t too bad. I’ve installed a few of these. Most customers dump the stock cams and/or maybe pistons/heads (and other stuff) in favor of performance upgrades.

  3. 3 Jim Konzal Aug 17th, 2017 at 8:51 am

    It is worth your time to do some research on this. Rebuilds offered by S&S or Zippers are well worth looking into. Also if you go that way the work does not have to be preformed at a Harley dealer. IMHO you will get better parts and very often better work for less money. Because of the shrinking industry, I feel like this is a program to keep techs employed in dealerships over the winter. Support your local independently owned shops. If you don’t, they aren’t going to be there for you when you really need them.

  4. 4 Daytona Donnie Aug 17th, 2017 at 12:20 pm

    I do remember the days when a Technician was just that ,and not parts swapper.,The Dealerships made it a point to employ competent people that could Repair and or Re-build things,and it could be performed “in house ” ,So as to a program to keep Techs busy during off times..IMHO really keep them busy with the Craft of a SERVICE DEPARTMENT / PARTS DEPT with customer service that goes beyond the .ya 2006 nope that is obsolete / discontinued … click ……… Now before the bean counters and all jump in……… I am totally aware that it is more cost effective to walk over and grab that complete fork slider assembly ,and chuck the one that may need seals and some bushing service . when compared to the cost of the shelf part……. vs the amount paid in current labor rate scale to service the item + the parts cost = a no brainer … And last but not least a big shout out to those ‘HARLEY DAVIDSON DEALERS ” that have and continue to maintain , service , and support the Harley Rider and his bike. be it a 1986, a 2009 , a 99evo , and yes a Shovel and a Pan are not strangers in these shops.They know who they are but better yet HARLEY OWNERS DO TOO ,

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