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K&N 59-2020

Marine Products > Marine Flame Arrestor
  • Marine approved per SAE J1928 standard
  • Smoothes and straightens incoming air
  • Designed to increase horsepower & torque
  • Washable and reusable
The K&N Flame Arrestor makes the best air-filtration technology available for marine engine use. Marine application owners can experience the increased horsepower and engine protection provided by K&N's oiled cotton gauze and epoxied screen filter element. For high performance on the water, K&N Flame Arrestors will help you fly.

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Product Specifications

Air Filter ShapeOval
Filter MaterialCotton Gauze
Filter Re-Oiling Amount0.57 oz (17 ml)
Flange Inside Diameter2 in (51 mm)
Flange Length0.625 in (16 mm)
Flange TypeCentered
Flanges1
Height3 in (76 mm)
Inner WireNo
Marine ApprovedYes
Outside Length7 in (178 mm)
Outside Width4.5 in (114 mm)
Package Contents1 Air Filter
Package Quantity1
Product Box Height7.13 in (181 mm)
Product Box Length4.56 in (116 mm)
Product Box Width4.56 in (116 mm)
Product StyleFlame Arrestor - Oval Straight
Top Material/FinishStainless Steel
Top StyleMetal
Weight1.1 lb (0.5 kg)
With Cotton MediaYes

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Installed a K&N air filter in our 2002 Toyota Avalon and got better idle quality, better acceleration and better performance in general. In 1971 I installed a K&N filter on my Yamaha motocross bike and saw an impressive gain in performance... needless to say, I've used them since that day.

Earl Parker II
Shelby, North Carolina
Item arrived 2 days after payment. Perfect replacement for my 2010 Yamaha xj6n after fitting an after market exhaust. It is like a fresh breath mint for my motorcycle, helps it breathe more easily.

John Ramsbottom
Gwynedd, United Kingdom
Excellent product, fast shipping, excellent fitment on my 2005 Yamaha, Roadstar Warrior. Bike has excellent take off from the line and all threw the gears.

Tony Thomas
Rchfield, Utah