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    Default whatever Happened to Harolds Panifolds ?

    seems like he's only selling springers and t-shirts. Guess it didn't work out finacially ?
    Have one of his panifolds but would like 2 more.

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    The Panifold is a specially engineered cast aluminum intake manifold for Harley O-ring style Panheads and Knuckleheads with stock cylinder height.
    The Panifold features radius corners and a direction "Y" shape inside. This shape helps the flow and delivery of the air/fuel mixture to the combustion chambers.

    The overall increase in flow throughout the range is 13%. The peak increase is 18% in the mid range right where you ride most in the street!

    The flange will bolt up to any S&S super B, E or G carb as well as S&S L series carbs. If you have plumber style intake ports you can buy a steel adapter nipple kit made by Colony to covert your heads to o-ring style. This is 100% American made!! Please visit HAROLDS to see these and more custom parts for Harley-Davidson.
    Last edited by Dragstews; 11-14-2019 at 4:57 PM.

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    Interesting, and good reason to buy spares of anything cool because small businesses don't last forever.

    Have your tried contacting Harold? He might have a few unsold.

    That would be a good item for the high end folks in Germany to machine from billet and the divider is old news so no intellectual property would be stepped on.

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    [QUOTE=farmall;833225]Interesting, and good reason to buy spares of anything cool because small businesses don't last forever.

    Have your tried contacting Harold? He might have a few unsold.

    Can't seem to get in contact through phone or email. It's Jasin Phares. Had a lot of different stuff and all sold out. Was also in the W&W Cycles catalogue. Seems like it was doing well , wonder what happened .

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    [QUOTE=47str8leg;833229]
    Quote Originally Posted by farmall View Post
    Interesting, and good reason to buy spares of anything cool because small businesses don't last forever.

    Have your tried contacting Harold? He might have a few unsold.

    Can't seem to get in contact through phone or email. It's Jasin Phares. Had a lot of different stuff and all sold out. Was also in the W&W Cycles catalogue. Seems like it was doing well , wonder what happened .
    He relocated the shop to Kansas and is in the middle of a born free build according to Instagram. Contact him there and see if he can help you?

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    the name changed to Phares Cycle Products or PCP
    I purchased one of his Panifolds about 2 years ago, He had a few
    for sale at the born free show, discounted to $100 (i think they are
    about $150 regular price. Mine has PCP cast into it. same part, just
    recasted name. I'm pretty sure He is a one man shop & does parts in
    "runs" and you may have to wait awhile before he does his next pour.

    Jason is on my instagram feed & I know he spends allot of time building
    his awesome springer front ends, & hasn't posted anything on those manifolds,
    but probably will when he gets caught up. They usually sell out quickly though.
    https://www.instagram.com/pharescycleparts/
    Last edited by Revelator; 11-15-2019 at 9:28 PM.

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