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RevTech 5-Speed in a 4-Speed Case with Kicker

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Description

Instructions 620-130.pdf

RevTech 5-Speed in a 4-Speed Case with Kicker

Fitment Note: Fits up to early 1984, does not fit late 84 models.

• The ultimate transmission for the retro look

• Get the classic look of a 4-speed kicker and the performance benefit of a smooth shifting 5-speed with a 2.94:1 first gear ratio

• This transmission is a bolt-in proposition for virtually any electric-start, 4-speed Big Twin

• It combines a heavy-duty kicker assembly with the early 5-speed end cover and clutch activation lever with 5-speed shifting mechanism, gears and top cover in a 4-speed-sized case

Product Specs

  • Applicable Transmission Speed: 5 Speed
  • Includes Kicker: Yes
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 58295

Fitment

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Fitment Note: Fits up to early 1984, does not fit late 84 models.

Harley-Davidson® Models

Disc Glide Willie G Special FXDG : 1983
Electra Glide Anniversary FLH : 1978
Electra Glide Classic FLHC : 1979–1982
Electra Glide Classic Side Car FLHCE : 1979–1981
Electra Glide Fat Bob FLHFB : 1970
Electra Glide FL : 1973
Electra Glide FLH : 1970–1978, 1981–1983
Electra Glide FLH 74 : 1979–1980
Electra Glide FLH 80 : 1978–1980
Electra Glide FLHB : 1970
Electra Glide FLHE Heritage : 1981
Electra Glide FLHF : 1970–1975
Electra Glide Police FLHP : 1981
Electra Glide Police FLHP 74 : 1979–1980
Electra Glide Police FLHP 80 : 1979–1980
Electra Glide Police Model FLP : 1974–1975
Electra Glide Sport FLHS : 1977, 1980–1983
FLB : 1970
FLBF : 1970
Low Rider FXS : 1977–1978, 1981–1982
Low Rider FXS 74 : 1979
Low Rider FXS 74CI : 1980
Low Rider FXS 80 : 1979
Low Rider FXS 80CI : 1980
Lowrider Belt FXSB : 1983–1984
Police Model FLP : 1971–1972
Police Model FLPF : 1971–1972
Sturgis Belt FXB : 1980–1982
Super Glide II FXR : 1982–1983
Super Glide II FXRS : 1982–1983
Super Glide Sport Glide FXRT : 1983
Superglide Electric Start FXE : 1974–1984
Superglide Fat Bob FXEF : 1980–1984
Superglide Fat Bob FXEF 74CI : 1979
Superglide Fat Bob FXEF 80CI : 1979
Superglide Kick Start FX : 1971–1978
Touring Electra Glide Classic FLHTC : 1983
Touring Electra Glide FLH : 1984
Touring Electra Glide Special Edition FLHX : 1984
Touring Electra Glide Sport FLHS : 1984
Touring Electra Glide Standard FLHT : 1983
Touring Tour Glide Classic FLTC : 1981–1983
Touring Tour Glide FLT : 1980–1983
Wide Glide FXWG : 1980–1984

Customer Reviews

  Posted:

Works like a champ! There were swingarm clearance issues with the starter, and I had to fabricate a cuatom clutch release arm, but other than that the trans shifts beautifly.

  Posted:

Transmission fit perfectly. Works like a dream. Kicker works well,but the arm is cheap. Chrome started peeling off right away..

  Posted:

TOOK A LITTLE TIME TO GET BUT WORTH THE TIME

  Posted:

The installation was a minor challenge, as some of the technical advice was a bit lacking. Of course, it would be hard for any tech to have all the information on a given retro-fit, such as clutch cable alignment with the clutch arm, spacing differences for the rear master cylinder, probable (and actual in my case) exhaust clearance issues, the need for the use of forward controls and an acceptable fix for the open shift shaft holes in the inner and outer primaries. (I used a polished 1/2" bolt, of sufficient length, with washers and a chrome acorn nut. I installed the nut with high temp thread locker just for the overkill factor). It took some time, because of a lack of familiarity, but is a task within the scope of any competent amateur. Has only been in the bike for a few miles, so I am as yet unsure of the durability of the unit, but, so far so good.

  Posted:

Gearbox fitted straight in , minor change to clutch cable bracket,minor machining to inner primary and spacer for rear sprocket. But as far as the gearbox is concerned, on the road cant speak highly enough of it

  Posted:

I had too do alittle work to make it fit my bike but I couldnt be happier.

  Posted:

took out most of the vibration from the engine

  Posted:

Everything seems okay so far clutch cable is for FX so may need to get another clutch cable

  Posted:

I installed the Rev-Tech 5 speed trans on my 1978 FXE. It truly bolted in as advertised. (I was surprised). The inner primary machining specs were accurate. The tranny looks and runs great, huge difference from the stock four speed. The only thing I found that needs improvement is the clutch cable arm needs to be a bit longer. If you use the stock clutch cable bracket that attaches to the down tube of the frame you do not get a straight pull on the lever. It seems to work fine pulling at a slight angle, however it may wear on cables quicker than if it had a straight pull. Other than that I have to say Nicely Done. Thanks

  Posted:

Got the 5/4 for my 1980 Fat Bob. So far it's been smooth and positive shifting. 5th gear nice on the highway...not so winded as with the 4 spd.

  Posted:

Put it in a '79 Low Rider. Outstanding performance. Installation is not entirely just bolt-in. Stock inner primary needs machined for clearance. I bought a new chrome one (and outer). Stock clutch cable bracket doesn't work. I fabricated a new one. Mid-shifter didn't work well so I bought forward controls. I owned an aftermarket exhaust that didn't clear [the] kicker cover. Took 3 tries to find a new set that clears. I used a 48 tooth rear sprocket.

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