The Jaguar Cowling is a completely new, all fiberglass cowling (not just a nose bowl). The JagCowl, fabricated by Dave Chandler of Unlimited Composite Designs, was designed from the beginning with four goals in mind: 1) make the Tiger faster; 2) provide better cooling; 3) make removal and installation a simple 10 minute job; 4) and make it possible to repair in case it gets damaged. The JagCowl design is based on 28 years of fluid dynamics experience including flow separation, flow turning, and boundry layer control.  The Jaguar Cowling does require a Power Flow Exhaust System.  But, then again, if you really love your Tiger, you already have one. If you need a Power Flow Exhaust, I'll make you a smokin' deal.


What's in it for you?   That's the easy part.

A completely new, lighter, purpose designed cowling.
. .- Not just a nose bowl with round inlets.
Cowling support rods mounted on the firewall
Completely new, custom fitted baffles that improves cooling,
. .fit better, and moves the oil cooler into cooler air.
An average of 6 knots faster (up to 10 knots faster)
Better cooling
Cylinder head temps are more uniform (up to 35 degrees cooler.)
Easy cowling removal and replacement.  No nose gear boot.
A split cowling. Not just the nosebowl.
Easier maintenance. Remove just the side you're working on.
. .- a safer environment when working on the engine.
. .- no more cuts on your head/forehead from cowling latch pins.
A new Power Flow Exhaust System (if you don't already have one.)

What you no longer have to accept.

Cracks in your cowling.  Debonding of the honycomb stiffeners.
. .- No more patches to save a dying cowling.
Cowling support rods that are in the way when working on the engine
Poorly fitting baffles. The baffles on the Tiger were designed
. .for the Traveler and not properly adapted to the Tiger.
Losing races against faster Tigers.
Cylinder head temps that differ up to 60 degrees between cylinders.
Fighting with the nose gear boot
The need for (or wanting) a split nose bowl
Removing the entire cowling for maintenance.
. .- No more hitting your head on the upper cowling guide pins
A poorly fitting exhaust system.
. .- Risers that crack.
. .- Overhauled mufflers that don't fit.