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Hi I recently joined on here after buying a Fury here in the UK and would like to ask a question about Hypercharges.
I have been trying to find a kit to fit one to my Fury and so far have had no luck, so has anyone on here fitted one or can any of you Fury experts point me in the right direction?

I am intending getting a Cobra fuel controller and a set of Road Burner exhausts
Any advice would be most welcome

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You have to buy an adaptor (like the Low and Mean one) and then any 3 bolt Harley air intaKe will work. I bought a Cobra Powr Flo which has it's own adaptor. It is similar to a hypercharger, but no flaps.

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Off topic... How do you find the Corbra? I have thinking about that or the kuryakin velocity stack.

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ThunderMfg make an adapter for the Hypercharger, here is the link.
40106A - HON Fury-Hypercharger Adaptor Only - Type A



They also make a standard 3 bolt adapter which is the one I use with a spike air cleaner. Here is the link if you're interested
40107A - HON Fury-Corsair Adaptor Only - Type A

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Hi I recently joined on here after buying a Fury here in the UK and would like to ask a question about Hypercharger.
Richard, Unless your UK bike has the manifold vacuum port and the charcoal canister behind the oil filter the HyperCharger flaps won't work easily . Creating a vacuum port between the throttle plate and the intake valves is a bit tricky but can be done if you are seriously motivated .
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Richard, Unless your UK bike has the manifold vacuum port and the charcoal canister behind the oil filter the HyperCharger flaps won't work easily . Creating a vacuum port between the throttle plate and the intake valves is a bit tricky but can be done if you are seriously motivated .
Hi I keep reading about the vacuum issue I would be interested to know how other people have sorted that? I have now (thanks to great help) found several types of adapter to attach an air kit but as yet am not sure which one to use.
I have seen the aluminium ones but have also seen a fibre glass one (that needs painting) and even a smaller type one, which seems to be a sort of cover

40106A - HON Fury-Hypercharger Adaptor Only - Type A

40107A - HON Fury-Corsair Adaptor Only - Type A

Accutronix CV Air Cleaner Adapterfor Fury/Sabre/Stateline/Interstate 1300 '10 - 1010-0758

Low & Mean Honda Fury Spike Intake Adapter - LM-02F-1005


If anyone has any experience of these I would love to know I am concerned about the Hyper charger sticking out too far. It does appear though what ever I end up using, Hyper charger or some type of filter I will need some type of adapter to get it to fit

I am also wondering if the hyper charger is really worth the effort and will the vacuum we rig up actually make the flaps work properly, hopefully there will be a Hyper charger user on here

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No charcoal can on UK bikes Richard.
Dont know of anyone over here modding for a Hypercharger yet.
Good luck mate

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No charcoal can on UK bikes Richard.
Dont know of anyone over here modding for a Hypercharger yet.
Good luck mate
Cheers mate i might need it we now have the bike fully apart i keep walking past it thinking i am mad to dissmantle a brand new bike lol
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Cheers mate i might need it we now have the bike fully apart i keep walking past it thinking i am mad to dissmantle a brand new bike lol
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Cheers mate i might need it we now have the bike fully apart i keep walking past it thinking i am mad to dissmantle a brand new bike lol
Yeah Richard ! But dont we just love it ?

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