High Flow Air Filter Kit for Triumph Twins 900cc

    €379,- Delivery expected soon, order now to reserve yours!
    Complete kit to fit a cone air filter and increase the amount of air going to the engine.
    See applications and details below.
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    For Triumph Twins 900cc :
    - Bonneville T100 all versions 2017+
    - Street Twin 2016-2022
    - Speed Twin 900 (2022+)
    - Street Cup 2017-2019

    Not suitable for Twins 1200cc, nor for Street Scrambler (interferes with the high exhaust).

    This kit allows the installation of a "high-flow" cone filter for a better air supply to the engine compared to the original intake system (in which air enters the underside of the airbox via a horn which restricts the flow).

    The filter is positioned "upwind" with a 90 degree bend in stainless steel (52 mm diameter), which attaches to the air box. The filter is therefore in an ideal position that maximizes the air intake. The air goes directly into the air box, from which you will remove the filter and horn.

    Result, the engine gets more air. No need to change the mapping or to add an enhanced ECU, the engine management system automatically adjusts its settings and the engine gains more horses!

    Additional benefits:
    - Low weight
    - Better engine noise
    - Lower operating temperature (for better fuel efficiency)
    - Easy fitment because the air box stays in place (so no need to re-locate all the accessories in it)

    Sprint Filter filters are alone in the world to be made of waterproof fabric (patented technology), allowing use in all weather conditions. Zero maintenance and indefinite life durability (maintenance is super simple: remove the filter, blow compressed air outward and refit the filter; no need to wash or oil it). Properly maintained, it will last for the life of the motorcycle and you will not need to replace it.

    Complete kit, easy and quick to install, requiring no modification of the bike (fully reversible).

    12 month warranty.


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    5 from 5
    Bonjour, certains sites mentionnent qu'il faut couper une partie du cache latéral. Est-ce vrai ?
    Réponse BL : pas sur les motos sur lesquelles nous avons essayé...
    Posted by: JAMBERS on 4 October 2023