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K&N off-road replacement air filters are ideal for extended use in dirty and dusty off-road riding and provide clean carburetion even at high altitude. Generally, no jet changes are required with just a K&N filter element. K&N replacement air filters are washable and reusable and provide high air-flow with excellent filtration.
  • Designed to increase horsepower and acceleration
  • Designed for extended use in dusty conditions
  • Can be cleaned and used again
  • Cleanable with K&N Filter Cleaner
  • One year limited warranty
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Part KA-8088 Product Specifications
Product Style: Tapered Conical Air Filter
Air Filter Shape: Tapered Conical
Filter Material: Cotton Gauze
Base Inside Diameter: 3.813 in (97 mm)
Base Outside Diameter: 4.625 in (117 mm)
Height: 3.438 in (87 mm)
Inner Wire: No
Top Outside Diameter: 3.438 in (87 mm)
Top Style: Open
Top Material/Finish: None
Flanges: None
Package Contents: 1 Air Filter, 1 K&N 1oz Sealing Grease
Package Quantity: 1
Air Filter Large End Diameter: 4.625 in (117 mm)
Filter Re-Oiling Amount: 0.33 oz (10 ml)
Top Inside Diameter: 2.438 in (62 mm)
Weight: 0.73 lb (0.33 kg)
Product Box Length: 6.5 in (165 mm)
Product Box Width: 3.63 in (92 mm)
Product Box Height: 6.63 in (168 mm)



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Although this filter was not the one K&N recommended, it is the one that fits my Kawasaki Ninja 2004 perfectly. I've never had a problem with a K&N filter. You guys rock!
Fred, Dayton, Ohio
I wish I had replaced the air filters MUCH SOONER... I own two Suzuki SX4 hatchbacks 2013's. Both cars got the same MPG. At best I was hoping for 2 possibly 2.5 MPG increase. The first tank after replacing the filters according to the on board computer I went from 25.5 to 33.8 MPG I was more than pleased. However after filling up with 7.5 gallons of gas, I had gone 279 miles. That works out to around 37 MPG!!! Nothing else has been changed. In the past when getting close to 250 MAX miles on a tank I would be looking for gas. Both cars have the same type of improvement in MPG. The acceleration is much better in both vehicles as well> There is a response now when pressing on the gas pedal. Money well spent and ROI is a no brainier as I'm already showing a major savings on gas.
Nick Darchik, Milford New Hampshire
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Mike, Arizona