Oxygen sensor elimination Triumph Thunderbird 1600 1700

€ 39,50 Incl. VAT

Kit for the removal of O2 / lambda sensors in the exhaust manifolds on Triumph Thunderbird 1600 and 1700cc, while preserving the integrity of the engine management system.

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Application
For Triumph Thunderbird 1600 and 1700 all versions including Storm, LT and Commander.

Description
Lambda sensors interfere with the engine management system, particularly in "bridling" injection to stay within certain pollution parameters. Their elimination allows the engine to operate more "naturally", with the advantage of a slight increase in engine power and improved revving, especially on bikes which mapping has been changed.

The removal of lambda sensors also allows a more stable idle, especially with the engine cold. 

This kit includes 2 screws and copper gaskets to seal the probe locations in the manifolds and 2 "misleading" connectors that lure the engine management system into thinking that the sensors that are present and correct.

The kit works with both with the original engine mapping and with improved mapping with after-market exhaust.

Fitment
Easy installation with basic tools, fully reversible assembly.

Warning: this modification is for off-road use only, since it modifies the original characteristics of your motorcycle.

12 month warranty.

Donny Posted on 19 August 2017 at 21:01

tres bien j'ai senti la difference de suite, surtout le matin a froid et a basse vitesse plus de trou. par contre le montage sur la thunderbird 1700 commander n'est pas simple, les connecteurs ce trouvent sous le moteur entre les deux cataliseurs. il faut faire du demontage de quelques support et l'acces au connecteur requiert des doigts de petite fille. il est preferable aussi d'avoir un lift pour la 1700 commander. ;-)

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