S&S High Performance Air Cleaner Kit For Honda® Fury™ Chopper


I know that some of you own a Honda Fury Chopper. S&S Cycle knows too. So, they now propose a performance teardrop air cleaner kit conceived specifically for this mode.  As you all know, getting more power out of an engine boils down to getting more air into it.

One of the simplest and most cost effective ways to do that is to install a low restriction, high performance air cleaner.  The Dyno shows that installing the air cleaner alone delivers an increase of about one peak horsepower and over a foot/pound of peak torque.  However at higher rpm, the increase is somewhat greater.  Keep in mind that in order to fully realize the benefits of a performance air cleaner, a performance exhaust should also be installed.  However, at the time this test was conducted, no performance exhaust systems were available for Fury models.  Of course, fuel and ignition tuning will yield even more power and S&S Cycle is working on it. As performance exhaust systems and EFI tuning products become available, they will conduct further tests and post the results on the S&S Cycle Website.

5 Responses to “S&S High Performance Air Cleaner Kit For Honda® Fury™ Chopper”

  1. 1 just my opinion Aug 4th, 2009 at 4:26 pm

    is there a horse power gain? And if so how much? They look better than the stock that’s for sure.

  2. 2 Fred P. Aug 4th, 2009 at 5:46 pm

    Welcome to the new world order. Hey, maybe in a few years we will be hearing the Overseas bikers complaining of too many American made parts on their bikes!!

  3. 3 Sheridan Aug 4th, 2009 at 8:33 pm

    That’s a very good looking item, and about 20 times more attractive that the factory air filter setup that comes with the bike.

    I believe Cobra already has pipes for these bikes now, and Vance & Hines are not far off, Corbin is almost ready with their seats, so there should be a lot of good quality aftermarket parts springing up for the Fury very soon.

    And no, I’m not a Fury or even Honda owner, just still impressed as an observer that a Japense factory built such a wild stretched looking ‘Chopper’ style bike even if the timing may have been about 5 years too late.

  4. 4 Bradley K Aug 4th, 2009 at 9:24 pm

    I am curious to see the reported sales of this bike over the next two years. I believe that will determine how many others will create aftermarket parts for the Fury. Handlebars & tins sure to follow.

  5. 5 Ryan Oct 22nd, 2009 at 11:44 pm

    I do enjoy my 2010 Honda Fury, and i get compliments every day i take it out. I just wish it was louder and had more umph! I’m sure when i find an aftermarket exhaust and get the intake i will be more impressed with the performance, as I am with the style of the bike! :o)

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