Harley Shovelhead: The Infamous Yet In Demand Engine

The Harley Shovelhead engine made its debut in 1966. Taking its name from the rocker covers looking like a coal shovel flipped upside down, the Shovelhead succeeded the iconic Panhead engine and was ultimately the last of the FL series engines. Although plagued with problems, its distinctive look and improved power output meant Harley sales got a much needed 26% increase. Production of the Shovelhead ran from 1966 to 1984, and during this time, the engine underwent several upgrades. These improvements ranged from increased cubic inches to the addition of electronic ignition systems. Harley-Davidson focused on innovation, continued to refine the engine while retaining the classic design and sound riders loved… read more >

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