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85-9446
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K&N 85-9446

Performance Products > Carburetor Adapter
  • Allow connection of K&N flame arrestors to personal watercraft
  • Made of stainless steel
  • Engineered for performance
  • Replaces restrictive factory airbox
  • Backed by K&N warranty
K&N marine carburetor adapters make connecting K&N flame arrestors to personal watercraft carburetors quick and easy. Add performance by replacing your restrictive factory airbox with a K&N flame arrestor and adapter.

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Product Specifications

Bolt Circle0.781 in (20 mm)
Carburetor Flange Size1.813 in (46 mm)
FinishStainless Steel
Gaskets IncludedYes
Material UsedAluminum
Mounting Hardware IncludedYes
Outside Diameter1.813 in (46 mm)
Product Box Height0.5 in (13 mm)
Product Box Length9 in (229 mm)
Product Box Width6 in (152 mm)
Product StyleAdapter Flanges
Thickness0.781 in (20 mm)
Weight0.7 lb (0.3 kg)
Width1.813 in (46 mm)

Customer Feedback

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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
I have used this universal filter on custom motorcycles, running mikuni carbs for a long time and the filter works for me. I am only sending feed back as I was happy to order direct from K&N simply because, for some reason, other vendors always attach their own part numbers to the K&N products, then no cross reference to your catalog. So in the past, I have ended up with the wrong part from other vendors only due to wrong numbers. I think your company should require other vendors selling your product to use your part numbers to avoid confusion.

Lafaye
Tacoma, Washington