Twin Power Adds 32-Tooth Compensator Eliminator Kit. Better Acceleration. Better Use of 6th Gear.  

Twin Power announced that they have added a to their product line.

“Last year, we introduced the 34-Tooth Compensator Eliminator Sprocket to our product line and it was a great success. The addition of this new kit will give riders more options for updating and maintaining their motorcycle. One of the advantages of this kit is that it works with any stock length primary chain,” says James Simonelli, Brand Manager for Twin Power.

This provides a 6% reduction in gearing which improves acceleration and makes 6th gear more usable. Eliminating the compensator reduces spinning weight by 4.8 lbs. and improves starting. The manual tensioner allows precise chain adjustment and increases engine, transmission and primary bearing life. Alternator rotor replacement is not required regardless of year group. Parts are 100% made in USA.

The will require ECM recalibration for the cruise control and 6th gear indicator light to function properly. The new kit (P/N 216488) is available exclusively from Twin Power and retails for $450.00. It can be ordered through your local Tucker Rocky | Biker’s Choice dealer.

15 Responses to “Twin Power Adds 32-Tooth Compensator Eliminator Kit. Better Acceleration. Better Use of 6th Gear.  ”

  1. 1 SYF Sep 3rd, 2017 at 10:03 am

    Good idea to include a specific primary chain tensioner with the sprocket. I can’t tell if that is spring loaded for the adjustment or if not, what type of adjuster?

  2. 2 HD Rider Sep 4th, 2017 at 8:48 am

    The Compensator is there to protect your crankshaft from shock loading. To eliminate it is to invite scissoring of the crank, considering that the crank is pressed together. This kit trades one problem (noisey compensator) for a potentially much more serious one (scissored crank).

  3. 3 boston jim Sep 4th, 2017 at 9:11 am

    Hey H-D Rider, Thanks for pointing that potential problem out ! Two Thumbs Up ! Beware, Be Smart, Be Safe, BJ

  4. 4 Hacksaw Sep 4th, 2017 at 9:51 am

    Belt primary drive ! I think though on this particular case , having the option of gaining an actually usable 6 th gear is worth considering.

  5. 5 Xenu Sep 4th, 2017 at 10:25 am

    Why not just change the countershaft sproc…….oh yeah, thats obsolete now.

  6. 6 Johnny Gypo Sep 4th, 2017 at 11:49 am

    I’ve heard of the above mentioned problems with this type of sprocket, but have not seen or heard of any specific cases. I would appreciate a post from someone who has. I’m currently running the 34 tooth, for about 5,000 miles now, with no problems.

  7. 7 SoCalPhun Sep 4th, 2017 at 1:34 pm

    Is there a better compensator out on the market over an OEM one?

  8. 8 Hdrider Sep 4th, 2017 at 3:42 pm

    Baker Drivetrain makes a compensator that’s pretty bullet proof.

  9. 9 LaBriola machine Sep 4th, 2017 at 8:41 pm

    Been running solid motor sprocket on 124 Twin cam six years against all comers. No issues.

  10. 10 Daytona Donnie Sep 4th, 2017 at 9:12 pm

    AS THE SAYING GOES “…….ALWAYS BETTER WITH BAKER . .THAT SAID ,this last bikeweek here in Daytona .,,had a customer from Canada down with 2012 HD Trike ..with brand new 124 SS installed ,Primo Pro clutch, and SE comp( # 2 ) Now Rock was no sally with this Trike ..on highway though the rolling hills and 6th gear was his issue as well as another SE comp issue ..well a bit more jump than these Twin P units I installed an Evolution 30t kit special chain included .also got rid of the STOCK OE chain adjuster that somebody decided to leave in with the 124″‘ ..*( tore up those SE comps ) Baker FIne tooth primary adjuster was a no brainer for this one . TALK ABOUT WAKE UP THE TRIKE ..that was 2017 ….No problems or complaints from the ROCK up north,,,

  11. 11 Hdrider Sep 4th, 2017 at 10:32 pm

    I suspect that the 124’s mentioned had welded cranks versus the stock pressed together units. Makes a big difference if you’re worried about scissoring the crank.

  12. 12 SYF Sep 8th, 2017 at 10:59 am

    The cush drive in the rear hub/pulley is supposed to be an additional compensator, however I’m not sure if that is enough.

    Anyone out there have problems from eliminating the problematic compensator on 2007-present baggers?

  13. 13 Randy Torgeson Sep 12th, 2017 at 9:48 am

    We have had great success with shimming the compensator to up the spring pressure and limit the travel of the ramps. If you decide to eliminate the compensator completely, understand that you will feel the power pulsesthe engine creates.

  14. 14 Midnight Rider Oct 31st, 2017 at 12:21 pm

    Anyone hear of a crank scissoring because of the eliminator sprocket? I know it can happen but as other commenters are saying, never heard of it yet. 🤘

  15. 15 Jim Burl Jul 16th, 2018 at 9:32 pm

    I pit this kit in my 2012 street glide it is noisy does anyone know if this normal sound like a blower on a car gear noise any response se would be great

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