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Old 12-02-2012, 08:31 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Here are the pics of what came out, if it helps with your project....

The airbox after removal...



...and the various parts from the airbox and also after the AI removal...



Good luck with it!

I rode another few hours today and again, no popping whatsoever after the AI removal.
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Old 12-09-2012, 08:09 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Hi mate

I had mine done by the dealer but can't say I'm happy with the map. Had a remap for the TOR shorts but the service guy said that they couldn't do anything without a Power Commander!! Much coughing and farting at low speed.

Any suggestions?
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Old 12-09-2012, 01:40 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Red, the TOR map is not going to account for added air flow from the removal of the air box. A custom map/tune is needed since there are no maps available for this configuration that I know of. TTP may have one available in the future but don't think it's out yet. Dyno-tune with TuneECU (my preference) or PowerCommander is your best option. That would optimize A/F and power delivery.
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Old 01-01-2013, 01:45 AM   #14 (permalink)
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Thanks mate suspected there was no easy answer . Given it's a popular mod I am surprised no one has a map for it

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Old 12-13-2013, 10:53 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Alrighty ive considered what i was going to remove and the effect it would have and my limitations and decided to sell the brand new still in the box it came ARK.
FOR SALE ! only $300NZ plus shipping.
heres th info on it
from Brittish Customs
Want to unleash the performance of your Triumph America or Speedmaster? British Customs has engineered an Air Box Removal Kit that allows the rider to replace the highly restrictive factory air box with two high flowing K&N air filters. There are two kits available: exposed and standard.

The standard kit includes mounting brackets that allow all factory components (air cleaner covers, side cover and plastic cover) to be refitted. The exposed kit includes mounting brackets that allow the rider to remove the factory air box and OEM air cleaner covers and plastic covers, exposing the two high-flow K&N filters.

The benefit of removing the factory air box and replacing it with two high flow K&N filters is that it allows for maximum air intake. Before removing the factory air box, air flows through a snorkel, then a filter, and then finally into the throttle bodies. After the air box elimination kit has been installed, air passes through two high K&N air filters directly into the throttle bodies or carburetors. The K&N filters allow for the maximum amount of filtered air to pass into the cylinder-head increasing overall performance. Dollar for dollar the British Customs Air Box Removal Kit has the best performance gain.

Kit includes:

Two high-flow K&N filters
Mounting brackets
Includes stainless steel hardware
Exposed Air Box Features:

Eliminates mounting brackets for mock air cleaner covers
Exposes two high-flow K&N Filters
Important: British Customs America/ Speedmaster Air Box Elimination kit has been updated and no longer includes the tool compartment.

Note: It is not recommended to install the air box removal kit without upgrading your exhaust. This kit requires re-jetting of carburetors or re-mapping your ECU for EFI models. Remapping options: Tune Boy Engine Management System, Power Commander III, Power Commander V, Power Commander Auto Tune (for PC5).

priced at $295US
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