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K&N E-3016DK 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 Customer Review
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The K&N Drycharger® is a silicone treated, polyester wrap that is made to cover K&N Air Filters or Personal Watercraft Flame Arrestors. These Drychargers, which are similar to the K&N Prechargers, contain uniform micron sized openings that allow high air flow. Yet, due to the Drychargers silicone treated polyester wrap, the amount of water that reaches the air filter or flame arrestor is limited.

[More Information on DryCharger Wraps]
  • This product wraps your air filter with an additional pre-filter
  • Extends service interval of your K&N filter
  • Durable silicone treated polyester material with stitched elastic openings
  • Water repellent treatment typically lasts 1 to 2 years
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Part E-3016DK Product Specifications
Product Style: Filter Wrap - Round Straight
Wrap Type: Drycharger
Color: Black
Material Used: Silicone Treated Polyester
Inside Diameter: 11.75 in (298 mm)
Height: 2.5 in (64 mm)
Closed Top: No
Package Contents: 1 Drycharger Wrap
Package Quantity: 1
Air Filter Shape: Round
Weight: 0.13 lb (0.06 kg)
Product Box Length: 6 in (152 mm)
Product Box Width: 5.5 in (140 mm)
Product Box Height: 0.75 in (19 mm)


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Product Reviews      Review part E-3016DK

 For 3 years I've owned a set of these (E-3016DK) and 2 drychargers. The placement on my VTX1800 (2003) puts the filter directly above the upswept air from the front wheel (that's outside the frame folks). The filter has gone through all kinds of weather including driving rainstorms and winter cropped-up snow-squalls. Most times I have the drycharger the few times I didn't the engine was definitely getting a bit of water in the EFI.
The filter goes about 2-3k miles under all kinds of riding. The only time I have been disgruntled with the rate of dirt accumulation was a contract job that seemed to always take me down milling, tarring and asphalt operations. No ones fault. Here be the rub on this whole thing folks-  I clean these filters w K&N cleaners only and with patience and repeats. After trading them back and forth while cleaning, I'm getting 1 more brand new to see if the clean but discolored threads are affecting flow. (Yeah, they are worn in on the outside wing (16k miles) . Another new one will be worth it, with 2 cover for it while I clean it too. If you're confused, think back to '70's muscle cars with circular filters stuck atop the hood. Then move that filter down just behind and above one of the front wheels. I could have more cover for a custom filter, but man I love hearing the wind going in and the sweet note the stock exhaust has now.
BillyEM, Mid-Atlantic, U.S American Bio-Regiond