NEW – S&S Cycle Forged Roller Rockers for M8

S&S Cycle Forged Roller Rockers for M8

VIOLA, WI – September 8, 2020 – (Motor Sports NewsWire) – Big lift cams can open up the high rpm potential of the M8 powerplant, but they can also add stress to the stock valvetrain geometry. Valve thrust and valvetrain wear in big lift cam applications drove the S&S engineers to design stronger, more durable components that will help you get the most out of your M8 and first on the list was Forged Roller Rocker arms.

 S&S Cycle Forged Roller Rockers for M8

Their new rockers are stronger, more durable, and designed to be easier on the rest of your top end. Oil routing is updated and is now sprayed directly on the valve springs, helping cool and lubricate these hard working parts. Compatible with stock or most CNC ported heads and featuring a 1.640 Ratio, capable of up to .650 valve Lift. An essential mod for increasing the longevity of your valvetrain components particularly with cams running .550 or greater lift. Making big reliable power has always been what S&S does best and the new Forged Roller Rockers are a solid addition to their M8 performance parts line!

For more details check out this link to their site

About S&S Cycle

S&S Cycle is the premier provider of Proven Performance solutions for American V-twin motorcycles that enhance performance and the riding experience. S&S Cycle has been engineering and manufacturing high performance products in the USA for 60 years. For more information on S&S Cycle visit Founded in 1958 and with drag racing as its central focus, S&S Cycle has racing embedded in its DNA. The six decades since have seen S&S Cycle establish itself as the major name in American V-Twin performance, a reputation further cemented with each additional speed record and national championship victory. That legacy of record-shattering success on the Bonneville Salt Flats and drag strips across the nation earned co-founder George J. Smith a place in the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame

Source: S&S Cycle, Inc.

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