DNA High Performance Filter – Triumph water-cooled Street Twin/Street Cup/T100/T120/Street Scrambler

£54.99

We have collaborated with DNA filters – a highly respected performance air-filter manufacturer – to bring you this kit.

This will fit the following water-cooled Triumph twin models ONLY:

Street Cup 900 2017 on

Street Scrambler 900 2017 on

New Street Scrambler 2019 on

Street Twin 900 2016 on

New Street Twin 2019 on

T100 2016 on

T120 1200 2016 on

The kit comprises of a washable high performance filter that should last the life of the bike with careful maintenance.

The filter dramatically increases the flow and efficiency of the air-box.  Especially if the intake plastic snorkel is removed.

This kit will also save you needing to buy an expensive air filter each time the bike is serviced.

The air filters are supplied pre-oiled and ready to use.

No re-map is required with this filter.  We recommend using in conjunction with a booster plug for maximum performance.

Recommended by TEC & DNA to use with the DNA service kit.

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Customer Reviews

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William Jones
DNA filter t120

Definitely a lot quicker response on the throttle especially at low rpm then I removed the air box snorkel there wasn’t a noticeable improvement but overall with the DNA filter booster plug and snorkel removed there definitely is a massive improvement on how the bike runs.

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Ed Cattigan

DNA High Performance Filter - Triumph water-cooled Street Twin/Street Cup/T100/T120/Street Scrambler

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Mick Nicholson
DNA Air Filter

As usual excellent service from TEC and a great price 👍

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Adam buckley
Booster plug DNA air filter

Fast delivery and helpfull advise parts fitted easily yet to road test but noticed the difference on start up

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Dave B.
year 2022 T120 Center stand.

The center stand was easy enough to install all of the parts went together without issue, it did however required the removal of the R/H silencer.
As per previous reviews the rubber stop was the only part the required some rework ,I used a dremel to sand the mushroom to size and a small flat blade screwdriver to poke the flange through the hole.
As for the DNA air filter I am waiting until the bike has had its first service before I install it.

All the best.
Dave B.