V111C 50-State Emissions Compliant Engine - Polished

V111C 50-State Emissions Compliant Engine - Polished

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The S&S 111 cubic inch V111E engine is 50-state emissions legal and is intended for "new build" custom bikes built with a new 1984-'99 style aftermarket frame, and is not to be used in a previously titled vehicle or custom bike built from a previously titled vehicle. This engine comes with an S&S Super G carburetor with the Classic Teardrop air cleaner cover. Polished aluminum finish with chrome gearcover, tappet covers, and rocker covers. The S&S Super Stock® ignition system protects engine with a low rev-limiter during first 24 hours of operation, and logs engine data that can be viewed via a PC when equipped with diagnostic cable and software part #55-1271. The ignition is initially configured for electric start, however, it is kick start capable. Engine comes with all required certification, documentation, and labels Two-year warranty.

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Vehicles must have a maximum N/V ratio* of no greater than 43.3 for V-Series engines. Maximum vehicle curb mass for V124C and V111C engines is 1058 lbs. Exhaust system selected must create back pressure within the specified limits. Min. 3" H20, Max. 21" H2O Builder must return the included agreement form and required photographs of the vehicle to S&S before a manufacturer’s statement of origin (MSO) for the engine can be issued. Until the MSO is issued, the vehicle is not considered to be certified and the MSO is required to title a custom vehicle. Maximum fuel capacity is five gallons. *Engine rpm divided by miles per hour in top gear.