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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


Part RU-1760 Product Specifications
Product Style: Round Straight Universal Air Filter
Air Filter Shape: Round
Filter Material: Cotton Gauze
Flange Angle: 20 degrees
Flange Inside Diameter: 2.438 in (62 mm)
Flange Length: 2 in (51 mm)
Flanges: 1
Flange Type: Angled
Height: 5 in (127 mm)
Package Contents: 1 Air Filter
Package Quantity: 1
Outside Diameter: 3.75 in (95 mm)
Top Material/Finish: None
Top Style: Rubber
Filter Re-Oiling Amount: 0.49 oz (14 ml)
Inner Wire: No
Weight: 0.89 lb (0.4 kg)
Product Box Length: 5.56 in (141 mm)
Product Box Width: 4.56 in (116 mm)
Product Box Height: 9.06 in (230 mm)



Product Reviews      Review part RU-1760

 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