Fuel Moto carries Wood Performance Knight Prowler cams for Harley Davidson models. Wood Cams are designed by Bob Wood of NHRA Funny Car fame and are custom manufactured by Andrews Products to exact Wood Performance specifications. Knight Prowler cams feature short duration, high-lift specs that are a trade mark of Bob Wood that yield excellent torque and horsepower gains, not matched by other cams.
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Fuel Moto has extensive experience with Wood cams. We find these the most versatile cams on the market for late model twin cam engines. They offer increased horsepower and torque from idle to redline on stock or mildly modified motors. These cams truly give you the best of both worlds, stump pulling torque down low along with big midrange and top end horsepower. Fuel Moto also has a wide range of fuel maps that we have developed in house on our dyno with the Wood Knight Prowler cams and we also offer performance proven, complete packages that include the Dynojet Power Vision or Power Commander, exhaust system, Stage 1 air cleaner, and Wood's Cams. Contact us for details.
Bolt in, early to mid range TORQUE. Designed for factory 96",103", 110" motors. Works especially well in heavier bikes with lower compression.
Bolt in, broad power band for both stock heads or built up engines alike!
Bolt in, broad power band especially with flowed heads or compression increases!
Bolt in, mid range to top end power with increased compression.
Big Hp/Tq in higher compression applications, power comes on extremely early and stays on late, valvetrain is nice an quiet
Bolt in, broad range power designed for engines with increased compression. Perfect fit for the Fuel Moto 107" big bore kit.
Bolt in street/touring. Very strong from idle through 5500 RPM. Light or heavy bike.
Super High Torque fits 96" thru110" with stock heads
Best Bar Hopping - High performance cam available. Aggressive ramps - High Lift - 96 to 114 cubic inch
88 - 120 cu. in.+ Hot Bar Hopper - Bolt-In with S.E. Heads - Loves 3.37 Gear Ratio
The Real Twin-Cam Boss for 96 thru 124 ci – Minimum 10.5 cr
HOT-HOT-#1Knight Prowler Street cam 88 -130 cu. In. for the Real Bad Street Bike
Maximum Torque, 2000RPM & Up Bolt-In for SE Ported & 103+ Heads
Hot Rod Cam for 96 thru 124 ci Stock thru 11:1 C/R
Hot Rod 07-09 Bolt-In - Stock Heads, Springs, Stock thru 11:1 C/R
Maximum Low-End Torque – Bolt-In w/Stock Heads
- (2) Torrington inner Cam bearings
- (2) Gasket, Rocker Cover, Metal w/ Bead
- (2) Gasket, Breather Assembly, Cover
- (2) Gasket, Breather Assembly, Baffle
- (2) Gasket, Tappet Cover, Front & Rear
- (1) Gasket, Cam Gear Cover
- (4) O-Ring, Pushrod Tube, Center
- (4) O-Ring, Pushrod Tube to Tappet Block
- (5) O-Ring, Pushrod Tube to Cylinder Head
- (2) O-Ring, Lower Rocker Cover to Cylinder Head
- (1) O-Ring, Oil Pump, Outer
- (1) O-Ring, Cam Support Plate
- (2) O-Ring, Oil Pump Inner
- (2) Seal, Umbrella Valve
- (2) Filter Element, Breather Assembly
Complete your cam installation!
Gaskets, O-Rings, and inner bearings required to install your cams.
Rushmore (2014-2016) 103HO Twin Cam Models
96ci Twin Cam Models
103ci Twin Cam Models
107ci Twin Cam Models
110ci CVO Twin Cam Models
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Cam Install Information
Performing a cam swap in a late model Twin Cam motor is very straight forward. Here is some basic information and pictures from a cam swap on a 2010 Harley Davidson Ultra Limited. Please refer to your service manual for specific instructions for each model
You will start by removing the exhaust system and RH floorboard. Remove cam cover , put the bike on stand, remove the spark plugs, put the bike in 5th gear and rotate the rear wheel until the timing marks on the sprockets line up
If using "Quick Install" style pushrods, carefully remove stock pushrods with bolt cutters
We use clips to hold the lifters in place which will prevent them from dropping in the motor once the cam plate is removed
Remove the cam chain tension shoe, crankshaft sprocket bolt and rear cam sprocket retaining bolt, You can now unbolt the cam support and remove from motor
With the cam support plate now removed from the engine you can now remove the inner cam chain tensioner assembly and swap the old cams with your replacements. Make sure to align the timing marks on the cams
Replace inner cam bearings (if required) and install the cam plate into the engine and align crankshaft and cam sprocket timing marks and torque retaining bolts.
Reinstall outer cam cover and torque in the correct sequence as listed in manual.
Install push rods adjust to the shortest length rocker arm end first. Rotate motor so pushrod is on the base circle and adjust pushrod to zero lash. Adjust pushrod per manufacturers specs and tighten jam nut (generally 2.5-4 turns depending on thread pitch). Wait for lifter to bleed down and repeat for each pushrod. Install pushrod tube covers.
Install exhaust system and floorboard.