Baker Drivetrain 730-67 Compensator Sprocket Kit for 2007-Newer Twin Cams

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Baker Drivetrain 730-67 Compensator Sprocket Kit for 2007-Newer Twin Twins

**PLEASE NOTE**  Touring models made in 2010 to 2010 1/2 have a rotor with an integral compensator spring cup.  This rotor will need to be retrofitted with a HD part number 30041-08A late style rotor in order to use this product.  You can easily determine if you need to change out the rotor by taking your derby cover off and seeing if the spring cup is on the outside of the rotor.  If it is, then you need to purchase the HD part number from HD to upgrade it.

Description

The BAKER 730-67 Compensator Kit features improved function, quieter operation, and extended durability over the stock factory configuration. These improvements were achieved by merging the tried-n-true pre-2007 cam lobe geometry with a patent-pending circular oil trough that channels primary lubricant into the cam lobe region.

Some motorcycles may require additional parts for proper installation. 2006 Dyna models will need to be retrofitted with a stator (Par Number 30017-07) purchased from a Harley Dealership.

All 2007-2010 Harley FLH/FLT Touring, Softail and Dyna Models have an early factory compensator that use a rotor that has an integral compensator spring cup. This style must be retrofitted with a newer rotor (part number 30041-08A that can be purchased from a Harley Dealership.

Please note that some (not all 2011 FLH/FLT, Softail and Dyna models) also have this earlier compensator spring cup. You will need to visually inspect your motorcycle to know if your 2011 model needs to be upgraded. See our image showing the rotor style that needs replaced.

Kit Includes:

  • 34-Tooth Compensating Sprocket
  • Motor Extension Shaft
  • Cam Slider
**PLEASE NOTE**  Touring models made in 2010 to 2010 1/2 have a rotor with an integral compensator spring cup.  This rotor will need to be retrofitted with a HD part number 30041-08A late style rotor in order to use this product.  You can easily determine if you need to change out the rotor by taking your derby cover off and seeing if the spring cup is on the outside of the rotor.  If it is, then you need to purchase the HD part number from HD to upgrade it.

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