CISON & Stirlingkit are moving forward on the plans to release the classic CISON Shovelhead V-twin engine model. It is the second series V-twin engine, CISON has been stepping up and making efforts to do the phenomenal job with a mission to bring out the coolest engines for engine lovers.
Back to the CISON Panhead V-twin engine on sale, we released it in May 2021, and old biker lovers received the engine in November 2021. In a year, the CISON Shovelhead V-twin engine is in the final development stage, and the prototype engine is ready to unveil. We also revealed a design draft of this engine shown below.
In 2022, we have been keeping get input for development and stepping forward with small steps. Now, we have upgraded the hall sensor, CDI, oil tank, bracket, and kick start for better performance & outlook. There are several DIY modifications made by the Panhead engine lovers, including the exhaust pipe, flange, base, and other parts in pursuit of a more beautiful V-twin engine and. The engine has been displayed on several engine shows /exhibitions and leaves the footprints all over the world. The past one-year experience and your support provide an indespensible function for improve ment and lay the great groundwork for new V-twin engine models.
Let’s look forward to the debut of the oldschool CISON Shovelhead V-twin engine and its start videos. This authentic oldtimer will shine in the new ‘old’ glamour. This model engine will be a perfect gift for those bikers or motorcycle enthusiasts.
The final draft for this engine is almost to be settled. The prototype engine will come into reality in two to three weeks. It may be postphoned by the shortage of material due to the inconvenience caused by the COVID-19 lockdown in some areas. However, this engine will be in pre-sale soon.
The design of CISON Shovelhead V-twin engine model is settled, CISON is producing the first prototype engine. CISON did not completely restore the Harley Shovelhead V-twin engine but did some changes and innovations.
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