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K&N 59-3264 Marine Flame Arrestor

Marine Products > Marine Flame Arrestor
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  • 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.

Product Specifications

Air Filter ShapeRound
Filter MaterialCotton Gauze
Flange Inside Diameter5.125 in (130 mm)
Flange Length1.875 in (48 mm)
Flange TypeCentered
FlangesNone
Height2.125 in (54 mm)
Inner WireNo
Inside Diameter8 in (203 mm)
Marine ApprovedYes
Outside Diameter9 in (229 mm)
Package Contents1 Air Filter
Package Quantity1
Product Box Height4.81 in (122 mm)
Product Box Length9.19 in (233 mm)
Product Box Width9.13 in (232 mm)
Product StyleFlame Arrestor - Round Straight
Top Material/FinishStainless Steel
Top StyleMetal
Weight1.9 lb (0.9 kg)
With Cotton MediaYes

K&N 59-3264 Marine Flame Arrestor Product Reviews

Monday, September 12, 2016 - Part 59-3264
Installed in a Marine Power GM 350 I/B on top of a (Brand Name) Carb. Notable performance improvement. Would really recommend if you have the old metal flame arrestor that you consider one of these to fit your engine. Breathes so much better. Ordered the vent tube adapters and got a stud extender from a local auto parts store and all install went quite easily. Came back and ordered a K&N oil filter to try at next oil change.

Charles Heaton
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Wednesday, November 18, 2015 - Part 59-3264
It works great!

Jim Lantz
Greenville, Michigan
Tuesday, July 22, 2014 - Part 59-3264
Boat was going 38Mph. before. Now its up to 44!!

Nathan Wiggin
York, Maine