Cam Replacement on a Harley Davidson Twin Cam, including Pushrod Removal • J&P Cycles

Watch as Justin Bramstedt, Research Manager at S&S Cycle, walks you through the process of upgrading the stock cams on a Harley Davidson FLTRX. The S&S 510C camshaft set is designed to be used with the stock Twin Cam chain-drive system and is an economical way to improve the performance of stock twin cam engine. In this video we'll see the easiest way to remove your stock pushrods using a bolt cutter. Shop for S&S Performance parts and more at http://www.jpcycles.com/s-and-s-cycle J&P Cycles Shop the World's Largest Aftermarket Motorcycle Parts and Accessories Superstore! http://www.jpcycles.com If you liked this video, subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow J&P Cycles on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+ and Pinterest.

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