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Airbox Eliminator Kit to suit Scrambler.

$450.00 inc GST ($364.15 )
 
   
 
 
     
 

Fits EFI And Carbed Models

Welcome to the NARK Airbox Removal Kit, the kit with THE best components on the market!! Designed to be completely hidden under the side covers, the NARK allows you to remove the highly restrictive stock airbox while maintaining fastening points for all of the necessary modules.

**The NARK also includes a bracket that holds the carburetors tightly in place so they’re not hanging from the intake rubbers.

Made of lightweight powder coated aluminum, the NARK comes complete with Battery Box, K&N Cone Filters, UNI Filter Crankcase Breather, ALL stainless steel hardware and main/pilot Jets.

 

Reveiws from Customers

Let me breathe

Being subject to the scourge of cigarettes I know first hand what is like not to breathe. Triumph Performance recommended NARK

(new thruxton air box removal kit).

NARK was quickly ordered and fitted. 160 size jets came with the kit and what a difference it made. IT wasn't at all hard to fit ourselves and I

don't think we followed the instructions provided. Power now comes on at 5500 rpm and fades at 6800 rpm. Changing gears in this "fat" zone

makes the thruxton quite a 'rush' to ride. I won't mention speeds.

Thanks to TP cams and 39mm flatslides to extend and increase the 'fat zone', what a HOOT!

Ikon 6418 rear shocks, thanks to TP and I truly believe Pierre (Tracey's name for him) is becoming some what of a weapon, proven by setting

the pace through Lavers Hill (vic) with 18 good riders and bikes behind me.

The Experience

The experience of modifying my thruxton to my needs has given me a second lease on motorcycling life.

p.s I am 52yo. Have ridden sports bikes since 18 yo ...VF 1000's and R. Highly modified, kick arse T595 Daytona since 1997.

T595 now sits in the shed and rests. Pierre is nothing but fun and so much safer than standard.

 

Thanks for your excellent service and recomendations

 

Cheers

Nudie

Vic, Australia

2011