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Since their introduction for Harley-Davidson® Models in 1992, the Hypercharger has been widely recognized as one of the most cost effective performance modifications available. When the demand arose for adaptation to the metric cruisers K¼ryakyn expected similar performance increases, but never expected to see the gain common on these engines.
The performance increase comes from simply letting the engine breathe.
No decrease in longevity or drivability should be expected after normal, careful installation and proper jetting.
Aside from the desirable gains in performance, the Hypercharger is one of the most striking enhancements you can make to your bike.
The cases are beautifully chromed with trap doors and butterflies available separately in a wide array of colors.
Kit contains a Hypercharger, mounting kit and carburetor jetting necessary for a complete, sanitary installation.
Tech tip: It is highly recommended that installation and jetting be performed by an authorized dealer or other qualified technician.
Notes: For optimum performance and drivability on fuel-injected motorcycles, the Wild Things® Fuel Injector Controller is strongly recommended. Some of the high performance air cleaners protrude out further than the standard unit to achieve smoother flow and better performance.
I have a 2007 Honda Shadow VT1100C2. From what I have read on other sites this is only a cosmetic piece. Does it function as an air cleaner on this bike? Please advise.
4 months 29 days ago
Yes you will gain horespower and performance with the Kuryakyn Hypercharger Kit for your 2007 Honda Shadow Spirit 1100. The Hypercharger houses a K&N airfilter for improved air flow. The hotrod-styled vacuum-operated butterflies are for looks.
The Kuryakyn Hypercharger Kit houses a lifetime washable K&N air filter element for improved airflow and increased horsepower. The chrome housing and vacuum-operated butterflies give it that hotrod look.
Zolenx1 year 5 months agoLocation: Redding, CA, USA
I have a nice set of Cobra pipes and i just had the carb rejetted. If i go to a hypercharger, will i need to rejet it again? I have a 2000 Nomad 1500G?
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Over 10 months ago
There is not a specific setting I could give you for jetting your bike. It would really depend on your location (altitude/temperature) and how your bike is running with the current jetting. Jetting can be very tricky, there isn't one setting that will work everywhere with every bike. More than likely you will have to adjust the jetting after installing the Kuryakyn Hypercharger Kit
What mods will i need to do to a fuel injected bike?
2 years 2 months agoLocation: Portland, OR, USA
Typically when installing intake and exhaust systems you will need a programmer for the EFI system to adjust for the additional airflow. This will all depend on your location, elevation and what bike it is. Based on those factors some bikes will not need modification. The most popular fuel programmers are the Dynojet Power Commanders for bikes and locations that will require adjustment.