NEW – Street Legal 475 Cam/Calibration for M8 Touring Models

VIOLA, WI – October 5, 2020 – (Motor Sports NewsWire) – S&S Cycle has long been the leader in performance cam development and looks to be keeping that streak intact with the 50-state legal version of their popular 475 cam for M8 touring machines.

This bolt-in cam pulls over 100 Horsepower and 114 lb-ft of torque. An excellent power-per-dollar upgrade for sure, but they’ve now combined it with a Powervision PV3 tuner with built-in tunes allowing for a simple set up without having to put the bike on a Dyno.

330-0725 S&S Cycle 475 Cam Cal Kit
330-0725 S&S Cycle 475 Cam Cal Kit

330-0726 S&S Cycle 475 Cam Cal Kit
330-0726 S&S Cycle 475 Cam Cal Kit

To make it even more interesting, S&S has managed to make the cam warranty friendly, CARB legal, and available in chain or gear drive! PV3 can also be bar-mounted to monitor critical engine functions or just used for tuning. A first for our market but not likely for the folks at S&S Cycle.

Check out the details on their site at https://www.sscycle.com/50-state-475-cam

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 sscycle.com. 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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