103 cubic inches on 2009 FLHX

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by bah rk, Mar 5, 2010.

  1. bah rk

    bah rk Member

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    hello all, am planing to upgrade my 2009 FLHX to the 103 cubic inches, any one did that? and what are the parts or the kits that i need to get and change? i also want to add cams on it, so any one can help me with the parts numbers and all what i need to do and change.

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  2. dangerdan

    dangerdan Junior Member

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    I cannot help you but I found the following information. Hope it will help.

    Harley-Davidson Bahrain
    Khalil Bin Ahmed Kanoo Co Building ,
    Building # 14 Road 54, Muqabah 505,
    Budaiya highway, Budaiya,
    Kingdom of Bahrain

    Code:
    t: + 973 17 599 006 or + 973 17 594 391
    f: +973 17 599 050
    
     
  3. TQuentin1

    TQuentin1 Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

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    First thing, you need a HD Factory Service Manual covering the '09 FLHX.

    Here are your options:

    29877-06 Screamin' Eagle® 103 Cubic Inch Stage I Kit for EFI Models

    27564-09 Screamin' Eagle® Street Legal Stage II Kit for '08-later EFI Models - 103 Cubic Inches

    27539-08 Screamin' Eagle® Big Bore Stage I Kit for EFI Models - 103 Cubic Inches

    Once you see what you want, you might try some of the discount HD parts places to see if they will ship to you (Zanotti's, Biker Bobs, Surdyke, Chicago HD, etc.)

    TQ
     
    Last edited: Mar 6, 2010
  4. Chopper

    Chopper Senior Member

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  5. ghostrider2008

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    So much depends on what cam you want to go with. If it's a bolt-in like the woods 6-6 then you probably just need to have your current jugs honed for the new set of pistons (wisco or CP or even se) flathead pistons being easier to keep pump gas and problems down to a minimum. If you go more than that cam you will be doing some head work as well which just adds up to more parts. Which way are you leaning toward? Good ridability or nut busting torque monster?
     
  6. bah rk

    bah rk Member

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    am looking for more power and trq, and a daily use bike. what about the exhaust, would 2-1 system work better for this type of changes? i also want to know regarding the stage 1 download, do i need the SESRT to do or my dealer can do it without it?
     
  7. subpelon

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    I agree with Smitty. I have a 2009 SG and I plan on upgrading mine to the 103 with the kit from HD.