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    Default Shovelhead engine case identification

    Anyone seen these cases before? google comes up with nothing, local guys dont know either. Maybe an old v-twin logo?




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    Looks like early Delkron's ... ??

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    The forward cylinder base flange looks interesting. What dat say?

    I've never seen nor heard of a FCM case. Looks nicely cast.
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    Can you post a photo of the other side .. ??

    Big Bore jugs is a + ...

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    S+S 80 jugs, just picked the engine up PO said it was a 74" lol... Heres some more pics




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    Quote Originally Posted by farmall View Post
    The forward cylinder base flange looks interesting. What dat say?

    I've never seen nor heard of a BCM case. Looks nicely cast.
    Think it actually is FCM inc., still never heard of it haha

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    I agree with Drags... I think that they are early Delkron

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sauerkraut View Post
    Think it actually is FCM inc., still never heard of it haha
    Fine Custom Mechanics, a Custom Shop based in Moscow, Russia

    https://motoridersuniverse.com/b1307669

    "The team from Russia’s Fine Custom Mechanics are still relatively new to Bonneville Speedweek..."
    https://www.returnofthecaferacers.co...echanics-ural/

    Коротко о достижениях
    Знаете, почему мы решили самостоятельно производить мотоциклы, а не только их тюнинговать? Собирать технику из готовых импортных деталей легко и просто только с первого взгляда. Часто узлы, выпущенные разными тюнинговыми фирмами, трудно состыковать.
    Translation:
    Achievements in brief:
    Do you know why we decided to make our own motorcycles, and not just tune them? Assembling equipment from ready-made imported parts is easy and simple only at first glance...... So I wanted to throw everything away and do it my own way. On which we decided"

    http://fcm-moto.ru/

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    That logo threw me off... I had to go and look at a Delkron logo to prove it to myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockman96 View Post
    That logo threw me off... I had to go and look at a Delkron logo to prove it to myself.
    Pic looks close.

    Check out my pic

    Hmmmm.... Wonder if FCM means what was posted earlier, combined with a kinda/sorta D kron symbol

    What's weird is the FCM is obviously cast, not stamped, which leads me believe the symbol and FCM were all cast at the same time (Instead of stamped, which means "insert here until desired effect is acheived"

    Could it be limited, joint company type release thing? (Or a short run to give exposure to anaother company) or a one off?
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