Kuryakyn Pro-R Hypercharger For Metric Cruisers

$299.99 - $349.99
$269.99 - $314.99
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Kuryakyn Pro-R Hypercharger For Metric Cruisers
Kuryakyn Pro-R Hypercharger For Metric Cruisers
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Since its inception, the Hypercharger has continued to evolve to meet the needs of the performance-minded rider. What you see here is without a doubt the best flowing Hypercharger K¼ryakyn has ever produced.

  • Interior shapes, especially the critical radius leading into the carburetor or throttle body, have been carefully designed.
  • Outer cover incorporates an additional scoop to direct air into a high-flow, washable foam filter element that seats snuggly in the end of round K&N® filter elements.
  • Frontal opening is huge and, as with all Hyperchargers, the vacuum operated butterflies allow almost unrestricted airflow to the filter under high-load riding situations.
  • This filter assembly is one of the best flowing on the market and is capable of supplying enough air to even the highest output street motors.
  • Kit contains an all-chrome Pro-R 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.
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Location: St. Louis, MO, USA
AdrenalineJunky
Worst installation instructions EVER!

Simply put, the installation instructions provided with the Hyper Charger are terrible. Most notably is the inexplicable lack of illustrations showing where the "T" fitting that connects the Hyper Charger to a vacuum source on the bike is located. Also, the impression that the product tries to create in the mind of the consumer regarding the length of time is takes to install is misleading. On my Yamaha Roadliner XV1900, I had to completely remove the gas tank, air intake cover and box just to get to a vacuum source....RIDICULOUS!

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parker8
Looks awesome

this intake looks awesome, adds a lot of show to the bike

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