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SS Trike Introduces New 117” X-Wedge Engine

Thursday, May 6, 2010
The SS Trike was originally introduced at Sturgis in 2009. Since then its reputation has grown and the company is currently working on 2010 2011 models.
The SS Trike was originally introduced at Sturgis in 2009. Since then its reputation has grown and the company is currently working on 2010/2011 models.
While SS Trike has been busy working on their 2010/2011 models they have also recently announced all SS Trikes will now be shipped with a 117” S&S X-Wedge EPA certified engine. In their attempt to provide the best and most popular Trike in the industry, SS Trike has determined how to increase power while simultaneously meeting stricter EPA requirements. 
 
The Wisconsin-based firm claims the new X-Wedge engine is actually better suited to the race-inspired automatic transmission which comes standard on all SS Trikes. It touts a broad power band matched to a two speed with lock up torque converter to provide immense power and performance.
 
"We decided to utilize the X Wedge because it is the most innovative, reliable and smoothest running V-Twin product available today," said Jason Neiman, President of SS Trike. "We selected S&S Cycle because of the efficiency and power supplied by the motor."
 
The company also offers multiple options on the SS Trike including a higher and more forward seat position, a passenger backrest, windshield, enclosed trunk and trailer hitch. 
 

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Comments
crwilliams   March 7, 2013 07:46 AM
Buyer beware! I have purchased this trike a year and a half ago and still do not have my trike. I have had to make Jason sign a completion order for March 1, 2013. He did not make this due date. He now wants to deliver my trike without accessories that I have already paid for stating that these companies have gone out of business? If he would have purchased these accessories when I paid for them we would have them now!! Please be cautious when doing business with company or Jason Nieiman.
Nick -Not for everyone  May 12, 2010 07:12 AM
I'd like to borrow one for an afternoon.
Case -Awfulness  May 7, 2010 09:54 AM
Of course it has to have a v-twin, or else it wouldn't be able to maximize how hard it sucks.
Morvegil -Its a Big Wheel  May 7, 2010 07:02 AM
For grown ups...
OMG -What?  May 6, 2010 02:07 PM
Cartoon is right and it's almost as big as a pirate ship.
Bob -Who?  May 6, 2010 01:08 PM
Could anyone build a more cartoonish looking POS?