The Hypercharger has continued to evolve to meet the needs of the performance-minded rider. Taking what Kuryakyn has learned from Mike Roland's testing and development of Kuryakyn's Wild Things Performance Products and the combined efforts of their talented design staff, this is without a doubt the best flowing Hypercharger Kuryakyn has ever produced.
There are no sacrifices with the Pro-R Hypercharger, the frontal opening is huge and the vacuum operated butterflies allow for almost unrestricted airflow to the filter under high-load riding situations. In addition, the outer cover features an incorporated scoop to direct air into a high-flow, washable foam filter element paired to one of the best flowing K&N filter elements on the market. And thanks to the carefully designed interior shapes, air flow is smooth and precise, delivering maximum power.
Can support engine builds in excess of 140 HP.
Best-performing Hypercharger you can buy.
Airflow is smooth and precise, delivering maximum power.
Pro-R air cleaner assembly ONLY.
Notes: This is a complete air cleaner assembly (CV bolt pattern) that can be used with adapters, brackets, or mounting kits (all sold separately) to cover applications for which Kuryakyn does not offer a complete kit. Fits applications called out for CV carb will bolt directly to stock 40 mm or Screamin' Eagle 44 mm CV carbs. These kits can easily be adapted to work on Mikuni HSR42/45/48, S and S Shortys, or other aftermarket carbs by using adapters (sold separately). Leg room is diminished compared to stock air cleaner, particularly on 2008 - 2012 touring models.
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A: No sorry the Kuryakyn Universal Pro-R Hypercharger will not fit your 2013 Yamaha V-star 950. However Kuryakyn does offer the Standard Hypercharger 9427 which fits All '09-'15 Yamaha V Star 950 Models. Please contact one of our sales professionals to inquire about availability.
Location: Washington, USA
Q: Will this fit a 2012 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Voyager?