New. S&S Cycle Stage II Performance Kits For 99-18 Touring Models

S&S Cycle has packaged their most popular parts for touring models into performance matched kits with the added bonus savings up to $470! Combining the S&S High Flow Stealth intake with Grand National slip-ons and one of their popular cams creates the ideal combination of horsepower and torque for 1999 through 2018 touring models. Each kit is available in chrome or black and each has several cam options to best suit your bike and riding style. The S&S Cycle Stage II kits also include lifters and pushrods as well as all relevant gaskets for an easy install. Set up your winter install and roll into Spring saving money and adding power! You can find more info at S&S Cycle Stage II Kits.

8 Responses to “New. S&S Cycle Stage II Performance Kits For 99-18 Touring Models”

  1. 1 Jeffrey Dec 19th, 2017 at 10:04 am

    S&S, still the absolute reference, but I was wondering. What happens to S&S when electric motorcycles invade the world?

  2. 2 Iron Horse Dec 19th, 2017 at 10:26 am

    IF electric motorcycle actually do invade the world, I’m pretty sure S&S will be on the cutting edge of battery and electric motor technology. I’m not getting rid of my dinosaur anytime soon though.

  3. 3 Glennrock Dec 20th, 2017 at 7:52 am

    Is these a misprint here, or is 2007 Touring left out intentionally? The model years skip over 2007 Touring.

  4. 4 Doc Robinson Dec 20th, 2017 at 3:25 pm

    I’ve always found S&S products to work brilliantly and have used them for years. My current ground up build has many S&S components in the motor and my 1970 Shovel had an S&S 93ci donk put in and I rode it tens of thousands of trouble-free miles across Australia with total reliability. Top shelf stuff!

  5. 5 Biggles Dec 20th, 2017 at 7:49 pm

    Another kit to fix inadequate performance.

  6. 6 58_pan Dec 21st, 2017 at 7:28 pm

    @Glennrock at the bottom of their page they say “DOES NOT FIT 2007 TOURING MODELS” they would have to build a SKU just for this one year because in 07 the bikes had the new style chain drive cams with hydraulic tensioners but didn’t have the Throttle By Wire that was available 08-Up yet so it would be a mix of fitments.

  7. 7 boston jim Dec 27th, 2017 at 8:32 am

    Why does the photo show a single cam with 4 lobes, I thought this was a Twin Cam Kit ?

  8. 8 Pat h Dec 27th, 2017 at 11:00 am

    Boston Jim some 17s and all 18 are the m8 motors

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