Unleash the Beast in Your Twin Cam

//Unleash the Beast in Your Twin Cam

Unleash the Beast in Your Twin Cam

I get a fair amount of questions from J&P customers regarding component combinations when it comes to Twin Cam engine components. Most of the questions revolve around the best combination for the everyday rider when it comes to cams, pushrods, lifters and such. And, to tell the truth, there’s really no one answer that is undeniably the right one.

There are a number of combinations that will do the job, but one in particular comes immediately to mind. Feuling Motor Co. has a complete Camchest kit that includes the famous Feuling oil pump and cam plate, cams, lifters, pushrods, bearings, gaskets, O-rings, and even ARP hardware.

If you’ve ever sniffed the inside of a Twin Cam motor, you’re probably familiar with Feuling Motor Co. They are famous in hot rod circles for making serious performance components for motorcycles that make serious horsepower. Their cam plate and oil pump are probably what put them on the map, but over the years they have developed a complete line of products to turn your Twin Cam into the beast you want it to be.

The kits are available in either gear-drive or chain-drive applications and with your choice of HP+ or race series components. And they have a range of cam options in the form of Feuling’s own Reaper cams, available in lifts from 525 all the way up to 630. These kits take the guesswork out of finding the best combination for your beloved machine and ensure that each part will be working harmoniously with the next to give you the smoothest peak performance with maximum reliability. So use your garage time wisely this winter and roll out on the driveway with tires smokin’ come spring.

About the Author:

Patrick Garvin began his stint with J&P Cycles at the start of 2008 after doing some installs for us at Daytona and Sturgis for two years. Currently, Patrick splits his time between the eCommerce team and purchasing, finding new and exciting products for our website and catalog. When he’s not at his desk, he’s zigzagging across the country with J&P’s event crew. Patrick has an obsession with going fast on just about anything, a trait he shares with his 6-year-old son Race. You can usually find both of them wrenching in the garage or ripping through the fields on dirt bikes. Emma, his beautiful wife of 7-plus years, puts up with his antics and keeps his head screwed on because he certainly wouldn’t be able to find it without her.


  1. Phil Prince January 12, 2011 at 5:40 pm

    Hey Joe!
    really the only thing that I can think of that will get some serious speed out of that Honda fury is to drive it off a very tall cliff. It should reach terminal velocity about 3/4 of the way down which should be 100 to 120 MPH before crumpling into a heap of metal about the size of one of those plastic tubs that Folgers coffee come in. Give it a go bucko!


  2. JOE H. BLAKE January 12, 2011 at 8:10 am

    I have 2010 , honda fury it all custom now . what can i do to make it go faster than ..99mph. I would like to fix it. So what can I do …….your truly joe blake

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