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cam tree ? arbre a cam ?
« on: November 14, 2020, 09:38:22 AM »

hello I would like to know which cam tree you have on your motorbike? I think I have a "SE224" for cvo110 01/2009
I have just fitted a high pressure oil pump.
I use a spelling translator I am French

bonjour j aimerais savoir quelle arbre a cam vous avez sur vos moto ?je crois que j ai un "SE224" pour cvo110 01/2009
je viens de monté une pompe a huile  haute pression.
j'utile un traducteur orthographe  je suis Français
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Re: cam tree ? arbre a cam ?
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2020, 10:39:12 AM »

It depends on the year of your CVO. 03-06 CVO 103's came with the CVO 253 cams and the 07-16 CVO. 110's came with the SE255 cams

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« Reply #2 on: November 14, 2020, 02:55:59 PM »

yes excuse me, I have modified "cvo 110" from 01/2009 electraglide

oui excuse moi j ai modifier " cvo 110 "du 01/2009 electraglide
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Re: came tree ? arbre a cam ?
« Reply #3 on: November 14, 2020, 03:33:25 PM »

I found that my mine is not there.

j ai trouvais cela mes le miens y est pas .


Came SE-204
25465-06
   
Came SE-211
25474-06
   
Came SE-258
25475-06
   
Came SE-260
25482-10
   
Came SE-259E
25483-10
   
Came SE-263E
25494-10
   
Came SE-266E
25503-10
   
Came SE-254E
25602-10
   
Came RX-267
25638-07
   
Came SE-255
25400117
   
Came SE-585
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Re: cam tree ? arbre a cam ?
« Reply #4 on: November 14, 2020, 05:08:01 PM »

your original sentence said "SE254"

votre phrase originale disait « SE254 »

bonjour j aimerais savoir quelle arbre a cam vous avez sur vos moto ?je crois que j ai un "SE254" pour cvo110 01/2009
je viens de monté une pompe a huile  haute pression.
j'utile un traducteur orthographe  je suis Français
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cam tree ? arbre a cam ?
« Reply #5 on: November 14, 2020, 05:34:38 PM »

In all the years I have upgraded motors I have never seen a HD 224 cam before in the era of 2003-2013.   Also if you own a CVO motorcycle it would a CVO Ultra Classic for 2009.  The last CVO Electra Glide (SEEG) was the 2005 it was inspiration for the street glide.   It was introduced in 2004 with 2 colors and 3 colors in 2005.   

204, 264, 254 but not a 224.   I believe you are mistaken as far as a HD cam number.   If you happen to remove the exhaust and cam cover on the end of the camshafts HD typically stamps the cam shaft number.

Good luck on your quest to identify your cam.

On my 2009 CVO Ultra it had the 255 cam in the motor as did all the 110 motors starting in 2007.
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« Reply #6 on: November 14, 2020, 07:52:51 PM »

I have a 2014 CVO 110 Limited, I have Redshift 587 Cams, S&S cam plate and high output oil pump, D&D 2-1 heads, fatcat exhaust, and Thundermax ECM.

Love this configuration, it's very powerful for 2-up riding and even more fun alone

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« Reply #7 on: November 15, 2020, 12:57:13 AM »

like a lot of cv the bearings broke with the rocker arm and the pump .a 19000 km. this was taken under warranty my certainly recovered from the HD .a 30000km the pump started to tire I no longer have the 32psi
So I changed the pump to a high pressure needle bearing and more to a ss roller and rocker arm. I kept the tree on cam and that's where I saw the number 224
and like you I do not know this reference. that's why I'm asking this question.
next change outlet exhaust for catalyzed exhaust my mechanic told me what will drive better

comme beaucoup de cv les roulements se sont cassés avec le culbuteur et la pompe .a 19000 km. cela a été pris sous garantie qui mon certainement re monté du HD .a 30000 km la pompe a commencé à fatiguer je n'ai plus 32psi le j'ai donc changé la pompe pour une haute pression roulement a aiguille et plus a rouleau et culbuteur . j ai regardé les arbre a cam et c'est la que j ai vue le numéros 224
et comme vous je ne connais pas cette référence . c'est pourquoi je pose cette question .
prochain changement sortie échappement pour des échappement catalysé mon mécanicien ma dit quelle rouleras mieux
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« Reply #8 on: November 15, 2020, 01:13:28 AM »

yes "*58Vette" I modified by adding the year of the bike if it was 254. it would be known and the subject would be closed .or I would not have asked the question because even the mechanic who takes care of the motorcycle does not know this reference

oui "*58Vette" j ai modifier en ajoutant l'année de la moto si c’était 254 .il serais connut et le sujet serais fermé .ou je n'aurais pas posé la question car même le mécanicien qui s'occupe de la moto ne connais pas cette référence
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« Reply #9 on: November 15, 2020, 03:23:23 AM »

All buddies, here, are ready to help you and have an encyclopedic knowledge about our CVO's.
But, this reference (cams 224) is unknown .
Your problem is unsolvable.

Like said Unbalanced : "I believe you are mistaken as far as a HD cam number.   If you happen to remove the exhaust and cam cover on the end of the camshafts HD typically stamps the cam shaft number."

A verification is necessary !  :-\

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Re: cam tree ? arbre a cam ?
« Reply #10 on: November 15, 2020, 02:31:51 PM »

An example of camshaft label HD 266E



Example from S&S 640G



Some put it on the lobe some put it on the end of the shaft. 
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Re: cam tree ? arbre a cam ?
« Reply #11 on: November 16, 2020, 11:14:14 AM »

Arnika,

If your bike is a 2009 CVO, the original engine was 110 CI (1803 cc), and it had the SE 255 cam.

It is possible a previous owner changed the cam, but I do not know of a Harley 204 cam for the 110.  Could it be made by a different manufacturer?
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« Reply #12 on: November 16, 2020, 02:49:35 PM »

It is a motorcycle that I bought second-hand in which the owner had a breakage they changed parts I will try to get the file from the old mechanic my I do not confirm that it is suitable because they have not very well worked on it.
yet maintained is followed by a harley mechanic


c est une moto que j'ai achetez occasion au quelle le propriétaire a eu une casse  ils ont changé des pièces  je vais essayer d obtenir le dossier chez l'ancien garagiste mes je ne confirme pas qu'il soit d'accort car ils ont pas très bien travailliez dessus .
pourtant entretenu est suivie chez un garagiste  harley
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