K&N KN-157

Oil Filters > Oil Filter
Your Price: USD $8.99

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K&N Powersports Cartridge Oil Filters are designed to satisfy the needs of racers and engine builders as well as the average motorcycle or ATV owner who wants the best oil filter available. K&N Powersports Oil Filters trap harmful contaminants while the filter's construction allows for high oil flow rates. K&N Oil Filters are covered by a limited warranty to be free from defects in materials and workmanship when installed and replaced using engine and equipment manufacturer's recommended service intervals.
  • High performance design for outstanding filtration
  • High-efficiency media with uniform pleats
  • Oil filter designs provides for a high rate of oil flow
  • Ideal for high-end synthetic motor oil

Product Specifications

Anti Drain Back ValveNo
Bypass ValveNo
Filter MaterialHigh Flow Premium Media
Gasket MaterialNitrile Rubber
Height2.063 in (52 mm)
Inside Diameter0.469 in (12 mm)
Outside Diameter1.625 in (41 mm)
Product Box Height2.13 in (54 mm)
Product Box Length2.19 in (56 mm)
Product Box Width2.19 in (56 mm)
Product StyleOil Filters
PSI Relief ValveNo
Removal NutNo
Thread SpecificationN/A
Weight0.1 lb (0 kg)

Customer Feedback

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Just LOVE those air filters ! I got 2 of those baby ones on my Kawasaki 250 KXF 2012 and one on my KTM 450 SMR 2006. Easy to install, remove, clean up and reinstall. Takes me 10 minutes. I like the sound made by installing them (compared to the original one). Love the quality of the air filter but mostly love the improvement of power that they add to my bikes.For me racing with an original air filter is simply not possible! When you compare the price of 1 K&N to multiple originals that you need to change, after a while, at the end it's money saved. I never had any probleme with any of them (even in France I was using K&N on my street bikes).

Alexis Offret
Moreno Valley California
Have always used K&N oil filters on both my Beta and Triumph. Really like the wrench-off nut on the Triumph can filter. Wonder if you have ever tried to invert the nut into the can to get a more flush cross section. As it is the nut is a bit below the bottom of the frame (on Triumph) making one take caution in lifting the bike for chain care.

Jerry Parker
DeBary, Florida
I started racing motorcycles in the early 70's and as a greenhorn learned about K&N filters in the pits. I have K&N air filters on everything but my lawnmower. A restored 1977 RD-400 Yamaha, a 2007 Hummer, a 1999 Chevy p.u., a 1987 Honda ATV, and now my 2004 Polaris. They are the only air filters that I will pay money for.

Larry Koehn