Thunderbike Hi Flow Air Intake for Thunderbird 1600/1700/Storm (not suitable for the Commander/LT)
Want more power from your 'Bird without wielding the die grinder or ripping your seat or airbox apart?
Thunderbike present a high flow airbox lid that will allow your engine to breathe without breaking the bank - or a sweat!
- A straight bolt on replacement for the original lid including the hook for the battery strap.
- Fitting couldn't be easier.
- Works with Triumphs own fuel maps
- No need for an expensive aftermarket fueling product or dyno time.
Use with the original equipment filter or with a UNI filter. We now stock Uniflow Australia Uni Filters to fit the Thunderbird and have a special deal for customers who buy both in one order below. Save 10% and consolidate the shipping, it's a win win situation! Find out more about the Uniflow Uni Filter HERE.
Please note: These lids do not currently fit the K&N filters.They are suitable for the foam topped filters only. They are also not suitable for the Commander or the LT models. We are currently working on a version for these. Contact us to be notified when they are ready.
These have been designed using the latest 3D solid modelling software to have the optimum dimension of intake opening and area and a parabolic trumpet to increase air velocity into the filter. The trumpet is raised to help reduce water ingress but not so far as to restrict air flow under the seat. There is no need to remove the under seat ducting.
Testing has shown a 5bhp gain at 3700rpm & 4bhp gain at 4500rpm, see for yourself on the dyno charts at the side. Dyno runs conducted with Triumph long aftermarket pipes, standard filter and Triumph aftermarket pipe tune 020306. NOTE: You WILL NOT require an aftermarket fueling device with this intake.
- Fitting instructions for our Triumph hi flow air intake
Hi Flow Air Intake kit for Thunderbird 1600, Thunderbird 1700 and Thunderbird Storm
Hi Flo air intake by Dallas C USA 03/11/17Took 10 mins or less to install and right at start up something sounded different To clarify this is for my Thunderbird Storm. Took it for a 125 mile ride 60+ miles each way Highway miles some stop-n-go and there was definitely a little more pep. Didnt feel it right away. Too busy enjoying being on the bike after a hectic week but later I totally noticed it.
And a feature youre not advertising was there as well. There was NO effect on gas mileage Usually when you do something performance enhancing you lose at the pump. This upgrade bumps the pump..look out Ima start rappin next
Because the T-Bike air-flo upgrade lets the bike breathe better without a power commander it feels better than the day I bought it. And for $95 including shipping and a 10 mins installation. I was dancin round like James Brown Only not quite as fast. In fact lets take a pause for the cause while i slice into this donut in celebration... Blueberry creme yall