Triumph Thruxton British Customs Airbox Removal Kit Installation

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It looks like a bigger task than what I thought it might be but relatively easy to do given the time.
 

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question for BC. I am entertaining this mod when the Thruxton R gets in.. assuming you have a kit for her. Also planning on going with BC pipes. What do you think HP and Torque gains are with the airbox removal and set of pipes? and is the elimination of the cat also recommended for additional improvements in HP and Torque?
 

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Looking into this as one of my future mods. Any experience among y’all on this mod? I know I don’t have stock mufflers, just not sure exactly what they are and how it would effect my planning. I don’t know at this point if along with the muffler any mods were made to the carburetors. It looks like some of the misc items have already been deleted, like the secondary air injection pipes next to the spark plug. I knew something was different the first time I changed spark plugs, it was easy. LoL. In short it seems the previous owner already added and deleted some items. I’ll study up a bit more. Input appreciated! Guess that extra line wasn’t needed or is it?
 

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