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RK-3905-1
 
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K&N’s Metric Cruiser Complete Intake Assemblies are designed to provide increased horsepower and performance. The complete intake assembly provides a significant increase in airflow and smoother delivery of air to the engine, while boosting performance and filtration over the life of the motorcycle. Machined from billet aluminum, each air cleaner is luster polished, then chrome plated to compliment any show bike.

[More Information on Custom Air Intake Systems for Metric Cruisers]
  • Designed to increase horsepower & torque
  • Attractive custom look
  • Washable and reusable
  • Chrome plated cover

Product Specifications

Air Filter ColorRed
Air Filter Height2.125 in (54 mm)
Air Filter Inside Diameter7.938 in (202 mm)
Air Filter MaterialCotton Gauze
Air Filter Outlet ShapeNot Flanged
Air Filter ShapeUnique
Clamp MaterialStainless Steel
Clamp StyleMini
Clamps Included1
ColorRed
Filter MaterialCotton Gauze
Inlet Diameter0.313 in (8 mm)
Mounting Hardware IncludedYes
Neck Flange0.313 in (8 mm)
Overall Height2.375 in (60 mm)
Product Box Height4.5 in (114 mm)
Product Box Length11.56 in (294 mm)
Product Box Width9.5 in (241 mm)
Product StyleMotorcycle Intake System
Replacement FilterE-3495
Size10-12
Street Legal In All US StatesSee Application Link Above
StyleTriangle
Top Material/FinishAluminum
Top StyleChrome
Total Height2.375 in (60 mm)
TUV Approved (Europe)No
Weight3.3 lb (1.5 kg)

Product Reviews

August 27, 2014 - Part RK-3905-1
Here in the thin air of Colorado my V-Star 1700 would struggle power wise during cool mornings and on hot afternoons. The RK-3905-1 intake system has given me a new bike in the way it performs from cold start to hot hours of operation. Thank You K&N again for an awesome product.

Tom Karl
Colorado