Custom Headwork for High-Performance Harley-Davidsons
Dave Mackie Engineering provides the finest custom, high-performance headwork available for the Harley-Davidson enthusiast today! Maximum airflow coupled with the highest possible intake velocity means horsepower for street or strip applications. With efficient airflow and sustained intake velocity a "ram" effect is created, significantly enhancing the breathing of Harley-Davidson cylinder heads, particularly Evolution and Twin-Cam models. Dave Mackie Engineering is now occupying a new, larger facility with state-of-the-art tooling, CNC machinery, and computer systems to enhance production and customer satisfaction!
Dave Mackie Engineering cylinder heads were utilized on Easyrider Magazine's Harley-Davidson powered Streamliner when it attained the title, "World's Fastest Motorcycle" by travelling at 322 MPH at the Bonneville Salt Flats, and it is still the World’s fastest Harley Davidson.
Dave Mackie Engineering headwork also has helped win several Sturgis "King of the Hill" dynamometer competitions.
Whether you want more power for cruising/touring, hot street performance, or all-out drag racing, think Dave Mackie for all your cylinder head modification needs! Ask about the Dave Mackie Engineering exchange program.
Just who is Dave Mackie?
Dave credits his long association with Rivera/Primo with a lot of his success. He used an Eliminator SU carburetor, and a Primo belt drive during his racing career.
Since the early eighties Dave has been performing custom porting and polishing on Harley heads. Rivera Engineering highly recommends Dave Mackie and his services.
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Some parts and services may not be legal on 1978 and later emission-controlled vehicles. Check your local, state and federal laws.*
*Dave Mackie Engineering high-performance headwork and camshafts are not legal in the state of California for use on 1978 and later emission-controlled vehicles.