TC96 in an evo frame

Discussion in 'Custom Models' started by jimduncan, Nov 8, 2011.

  1. jimduncan

    jimduncan New Member

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    Is there anyone who has done this or knows of someone who's installed a TC96A in a rigid frame made for the evo?
     
  2. HDDon

    HDDon Experienced Member Contributor Retired Moderators

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    If you can measure and weld anything is doable. I put a 327ci in an Austin Healey Sprite. That being said being doable and being practicle are two different things.
     
  3. SledDog

    SledDog Senior Member Staff Member Moderator

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    WOW! Did you have to beef up the suspension on the Sprite?
     
  4. tourbox

    tourbox Senior Member

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    A couple of years back I built a TC95A out of TC88A parts. I put that in a Paucho HT frame that was set up for a Pan,Shovel or EVO motor. You need an adapter plate for the rear mtr. mount set up. If you have to buy new cases then S&S has the cases already set up Evo style mounting, for the
    TC88A. The frame I have has a 40 deg. rake & 1 1/4/ stretch in the down tubes.It started out as a Shovel, 4 Speed. Went to the 95 and a 5 Spd.
    Well now it's back to an Evo & 5 speed. I like the Evo design better. Still
    ride when possible.
     
  5. HDDon

    HDDon Experienced Member Contributor Retired Moderators

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    Frame, motor mounts, springs. Jaguar rear end, axels and hubs. Young and dumb and way to much time on my hands, and Dads' garage full of tools.
     
  6. jimduncan

    jimduncan New Member

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    Thanks for the input, I have the engineering all done, it took 3 different places; one to cut a new motor mount, another to mill a space for the oil gasket, and a third to cut new splines in the compensator sprocket. The marrage plate for the inner primary I made up myself.
    What I'm most looking for is help on the EFI, but today I ordered the ECM and wire harness from Harley, guess I'll work it out myself!
    Of course now Vulcan engineering is making an adapter plate for the 96; too late for me though. Also, I think my new rear mount is stronger.
     

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