What year did Harley Davidson stop making the evo engine and start the 88 twin cam?

4 Responses to “What year did Harley Davidson stop making the evo engine and start the 88 twin cam?”

  • indianjohn says:

    99

  • Low_Jac says:

    1999 is what your looking for.

    FYI the 96 cu engine has been around for a long time, but only used or offered on Police motorcycles up till 2007.

  • Monica C says:

    The Harley-Davidson Twin Cam 88 engine was released for the 1999 model year in September of 1998. The Harley-Davidson Twin Cam 96 was released for the 2007 model year. Although these engines were the successors to the Evolution engine ("Evo"), they share a number of characteristics with nearly all previous Harley-Davidson engines. They have two cylinders in a V-twin configuration at 45 degrees. They’re air cooled. They control valve timing with push-rods. The crankshafts have a single pin with a tongue and fork arrangement for the connection rods. These are sandwiched between a pair of flywheels

  • WMD says:

    Agree with 1st answer, except the ‘Softail’ models still had an Evo in 1999. Then, in 2000 they got a Twincam 88B (balanced.)

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