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Originally Posted by Y2K View Post
That is correct,they are both related as part of Harley's long standing engineering partnership with Porsche.
The biggest difference is that the Nova was V-4

The more closely I look at the Revolution and Nova engines, the less similar they look to me now. The Nova engine is stressed, while the V-Rod engine isn't. And the cases really are not all that similar. (I don't no why they appeared to be on first blush.) The article did note, however, that the Nova was designed to be built as a v-twin, v-four, or v-six.

Where was that picture of a Nova taken?
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