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K&N's replacement air filters are designed to increase horsepower and acceleration while providing excellent filtration. We make over 1,200 different replacement air filters for virtually every vehicle on the road. These filters are washable and reusable and are custom designed to fit into your existing factory air box. Their drop-in design means adding performance is simple. With most vehicles you simply remove the disposable air filter and replace it with a K&N. See applicable instruction sheet for details. Our stock replacement air filters for street vehicles are covered by our famous K&N Million-Mile Limited Warranty™ and will be THE LAST AIR FILTER YOUR VEHICLE WILL EVER NEED. [More Information on Replacement Air Filters]
  • Designed to boost horsepower and rate of acceleration
  • Can be cleaned and used again
  • High air flow with exceptional filtration
  • Lasts up to 50,000 miles before cleaning is required depending on driving conditions
  • Works with original equipment manufacturer vehicle electronics
  • Emissions legal in all 50 US states
  • Will NOT void vehicle warranty
  • Million Mile Limited Warranty®
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Part PL-1500 Product Specifications
Product Style: Unique Air Filters
Air Filter Shape: Panel
Filter Material: Cotton Gauze
Flanges: None
Height: 0.625 in (16 mm)
Package Contents: 1 Air Filter
Package Quantity: 1
Filter Re-Oiling Amount: 0.38 oz (11 ml)
Outside Length: 7.875 in (200 mm)
Outside Width: 5.75 in (146 mm)
Weight: 0.66 lb (0.3 kg)
Product Box Length: 7.72 in (196 mm)
Product Box Width: 1.75 in (44 mm)
Product Box Height: 9.69 in (246 mm)

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For my Victory motorcycle after market Air filter wrap. This application (SN-2510PK) works good on [brand] air filters (2 different sizes long and short), along with SN-2530PK for the other [brand] filter to reduce rain and dust for Victory motorcycles. So far the heads and valve covers have not melted them. It took some time attempting to figure out which ones fit best as this information was not readily available on forums or other sites. Hopefully this input will help someone else not have to go through same difficult search. I make no guarantee it will fit your bike or application though.
Barney Prouty, Kenosha, Wisconsin
Thanks for making a great product I have 5 X 14 K&N air filter on my dirt track car. I have had on there for 18 years. I have gone thought Six cars and only one K&N filter.Thanks for being there lap after lap from the wetest track to the dustiest track. K&N has taken me to victory lane race after race. THANKS
Distant Thunder Racing
No.50 I.M.C.A. Sportmod.
Craig Kea, Louisiana
     As of this morning, I am totally sold on your FIPK.  I own a 2000 Jeep Wrangler that is mostly stock.  The only engine modification I have done is to change out the air intake system.  I love the sound, but have found it difficult to quantify any real performance increase without taking it in for a dyno check.  That all changed this morning.  On my way into work I was sitting at a particular intersection here in East Orlando.  The road I travel on goes from two lanes to one about a football field length after the light.  Needless to say, it is a site of many drag races to see who will be in front for the single lane.  Time after time I have simply let the car in the right lane (the one that ends) get ahead only to have it stop and wait for a left turn or simply go much slower than I normally drive.  Today I decided to try and stay in the lead since I was the first car in the left lane.  A small black car pulled up next to me and kept inching forward while waiting for the green.  I thought that I recognized it as one of those that always zooms up only to stop for a left turn just after the lane merges.  On the green, I floored the gas and took off.  So did the black car.  My Jeep chirped the tires in 1st , 2nd and I think 3rd as I shifted quickly up to 5th.  The black car could not quit keep up and certainly did not have the power to pass me.  I drove down the road with the satisfaction of being first and not having to stop again for a “left turn bandit”.  I was wrong about the black car though.  It did not turn and stayed on my tail for the next couple of miles until the road ended at the next intersection.  We now had two lanes again, and the black car again pulled up beside me.  I glanced over and the driver had scowl on his face that told me his was “pissed”.  I had my victory and did not wish to be confrontational, so this time I would just let him go.  There were others in front of us this time.  When the light turned green, he was off like a shot and obviously very mad as he darted through traffic and cut off a few to get ahead.  I just laughed.  The thing that really amazed me was the fact that the black car turned out to be a BMW 325.  Not an old beater, but one with the new body style, which meant it could not be more than 2 years old.  My six year old Wrangler “BEAT the pants off” a BMW in a drag race!!

Thanks for a great product,
Scott Brown, Orlando, Florida