Sunday, July 15, 2012

01**SE Compensator

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...Screamin Eagle Compensator...
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...verify all #s with your supplier for your application...
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I've had a lot of folks ask me about this Compensator.

Took these photos a couple years ago when I poked and stroked my 88 incher to 121.


this is a really well built component................

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2006 HD FXDI..............
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here's my stator after the rotor bolts worked loose........
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below,
.......the tensioner on top is part # 39929-06A
.......original equipment also shown 39929-06
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above, and the two pix below,
you see the -06A component is considerably beefed up.
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On some machines, the rotor will come out with the inner primary cover in place.

I used a high speed grinder with a thin 2" wheel,

and removed about 1/16" from the lip of the inner primary cover
from about 6 oclock to 9 oclock
There are some blue marks in some of the pix farther down.
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below, looking at the original rotor,
you see the bolts are gone,
and the lightweight compensator spring is also shown.
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below is the original compensating sprocket and sliding cam assembly
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next picture below shows the Screaming Eagle compensating sprocket and sliding cam assembly.
Part # for the Screaming Eagle Compensator Assembly is 40274-08
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frontside of the the Screaming Eagle compensating sprocket and sliding cam assembly is below.
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below,
these five cupped discs is the Spring Pack in the the Screaming Eagle kit.
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below, the new stator part #30017-07

use new bolts part #3050

T27 is the wrench size and they torque to 55-75 INCH pounds

blue marks show where material needs trimming for removal/install of rotor.

material is removed from the inside edge. Not from the gasket surface.
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...verify all #s with your supplier for your application...
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...end of Part One...
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