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Darkhorse Man O-War Compensator Sprocket

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Darkhorse Man O-War Compensator Sprocket

The Man O-War motorsprocket by Darkhorse Crankworks is the 1st performance engineered primary motor sprocket that replaces the OEM Compensator and provides instant torque response combined with an ‚Äúengine pulse absorbing cushion drive‚ÄĚ ¬†primary drive system.

Through extensive model design & testing, the Man O-War Motorsprocket is engineered for longevity compared to OEM compensating sprockets without sacrificing rider comfort.  This patented system puts an emphasis on rider comfort compared to the noise and harsh feeling under loads associated with 1 piece solid motor sprockets.

These premium features including the ability to rebuild & service the unit in place versus expensive compensators that need to be replaced as an entire unit. The Man O-War  will be the last motorsprocket you will need to buy for your Harley-Davidson. 

Features:

  • available in 34T (Twin cam & M8) and 32T (Twin Cam)
  • replaces the factory compensator¬†
  • weighs 2 lbs less than factory compensator
  • half the parts as the stock compensator
  • completely rebuildable
  • less noise, less shock to engine & drivetrain¬†
  • works with the stock primary chain & tensioner
  • Made in the USA

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George Lipphardt
Great Upgrade

Definitely worth the price difference

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Scott Albert
So far, so good!

I just installed my Darkhorse Man-O-War compensator on a 2007 Road King. DO YOUR RESEARCH! I'm very glad I researched extensively because to install the ManOWar on my bike, I had to remove the inner primary cover and upgrade the rotor cover to a newer design. (spring pack is part of the 2007 cover) The instructions are out there, but you have to wade through mountains of later models to get to the earlier stuff--and there aren't any instructions that come with the part. I didn't need to use any shims on mine, but because the inner primary cover had to come off, I needed to buy the inner primary seal and bolt kit. This gave me the opportunity to replace shaft bearings and seals that otherwise would not have been touched. Because I did my research, I had all the necessary parts on hand when the compensator arrived and I did the swap on a Saturday afternoon. My bike now starts much easier and has no 'clunk' or starter noise when it's warmed up. It's not a terribly difficult job for a weekend mechanic, but if you don't have torque wrenches and a good understanding of the basics you might want to let someone else do this.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
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George Lipphardt
Great Upgrade

Definitely worth the price difference

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Scott Albert
So far, so good!

I just installed my Darkhorse Man-O-War compensator on a 2007 Road King. DO YOUR RESEARCH! I'm very glad I researched extensively because to install the ManOWar on my bike, I had to remove the inner primary cover and upgrade the rotor cover to a newer design. (spring pack is part of the 2007 cover) The instructions are out there, but you have to wade through mountains of later models to get to the earlier stuff--and there aren't any instructions that come with the part. I didn't need to use any shims on mine, but because the inner primary cover had to come off, I needed to buy the inner primary seal and bolt kit. This gave me the opportunity to replace shaft bearings and seals that otherwise would not have been touched. Because I did my research, I had all the necessary parts on hand when the compensator arrived and I did the swap on a Saturday afternoon. My bike now starts much easier and has no 'clunk' or starter noise when it's warmed up. It's not a terribly difficult job for a weekend mechanic, but if you don't have torque wrenches and a good understanding of the basics you might want to let someone else do this.