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K&N RU-1760 4.3 out of 5 stars 3 Customer Reviews
Universal Air Filters > Universal Rubber Filter

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K&N's Universal Air Filters are designed and manufactured for a wide variety of applications including racing vehicles, radio-controlled cars, generators, snowmobiles, tractors, and other applications. Regardless of the angle or offset diameter of the air intake, there is probably a K&N Universal air filter for your equipment. All filters are constructed with ultra-strong molded pliable rubber flanges which absorb vibration and allow for secure attachment and can also be stretched for up to 1/16" (1.5mm) to fit in-between sizes. K&N universal air filters are washable and reusable.

[More Information on Universal Air Filters]
  • Designed to increase horsepower and acceleration
  • Hundreds of sizes and shapes for most applications
  • High air flow with excellent filtration
  • Clamp-on washable and reusable air filter
  • Malleable flanges
  • Not legal for highway use in states adopting California emission regulations
  • One year limited warranty

Product Specifications

Air Filter ShapeRound
Filter MaterialCotton Gauze
Filter Re-Oiling Amount0.49 oz (14 ml)
Flange Angle20 degrees
Flange Inside Diameter2.438 in (62 mm)
Flange Length2 in (51 mm)
Flange TypeAngled
Flanges1
Height5 in (127 mm)
Inner WireNo
Outside Diameter3.75 in (95 mm)
Package Contents1 Air Filter
Package Quantity1
Product Box Height9.06 in (230 mm)
Product Box Length5.56 in (141 mm)
Product Box Width4.56 in (116 mm)
Product StyleRound Straight Universal Air Filter
Top Material/FinishNone
Top StyleRubber
Weight0.9 lb (0.4 kg)


Product Reviews


  Fits like a dream and keeps my carbs nice and clean.
Josh Siebold Kewaunee, Wisconsin
  Great looking product fit perfectly, probably works well on a Street bike but I lost 2 HP on a rolling dyno with several jet changes. When you only have 30 to 34 HP on a vintage GP motorcycle a 2 HP loss is Quite a loss. We put it back in the box and will save it for later use possibly with a different runner length and or ex pipe change. Thank you for asking.
Miles Andrist Renton, Washington
  The first K&N filter I bought was in 1974 and if anything they have just gotten better.  I've had probably half a dozen, and it is undoubtedly the best filter on the market.

I hope it stays that way.

James McKenzie Arlington Texas