Question about 2008 Triumph Thruxton 900
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You will need to change main jets and adjust carbs because of the back pressure change. Make sure the straight pipes are at least 24 inches long past the head connections or you can burn your valves.
Posted on Mar 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi,I just had my 2011 EFI Thruxton serviced.The mechanic I used is an ace with Triumphs and he recommended removing the air injection which he went ahead and did for me.I told him that the Triumph dealer said this should not be done as it may damage the engine.He told me this was not the case .The air injection is there to make un-burnt fuel in the system ignite in the headers.This is what causes the bluing of the headers and over the long term will burn out the valves.Since he made the modification there is no more back-firing ,he also tunned and mapped the standard ccu for me and has got it within 0.5% of the power commanders 'claimed performance specs.A cheap quick fix.Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 01, 2013
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