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The K&N Drycharger® is a silicone treated, polyester wrap that is made to cover K&N Air Filters or Personal Watercraft Flame Arrestors. These Drychargers, which are similar to the K&N Prechargers, contain uniform micron sized openings that allow high air flow. Yet, due to the Drychargers silicone treated polyester wrap, the amount of water that reaches the air filter or flame arrestor is limited.

[More Information on DryCharger Wraps]
  • This product wraps your air filter with an additional pre-filter
  • Extends service interval of your K&N filter
  • Durable silicone treated polyester material with stitched elastic openings
  • Water repellent treatment typically lasts 1 to 2 years
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Part SU-4002-TDK Product Specifications
Product Style: Filter Wrap - Universal
Wrap Type: Drycharger
Color: Black
Material Used: Silicone Treated Polyester
Width: 7 in (178 mm)
Length: 7 in (178 mm)
Package Contents: 1 Drycharger Wrap
Package Quantity: 1
Weight: 0.06 lb (0.03 kg)
Product Box Length: 10.5 in (267 mm)
Product Box Width: 5.25 in (133 mm)
Product Box Height: 0.5 in (13 mm)


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Although this filter was not the one K&N recommended, it is the one that fits my Kawasaki Ninja 2004 perfectly. I've never had a problem with a K&N filter. You guys rock!
Fred, Dayton, Ohio
I wish I had replaced the air filters MUCH SOONER... I own two Suzuki SX4 hatchbacks 2013's. Both cars got the same MPG. At best I was hoping for 2 possibly 2.5 MPG increase. The first tank after replacing the filters according to the on board computer I went from 25.5 to 33.8 MPG I was more than pleased. However after filling up with 7.5 gallons of gas, I had gone 279 miles. That works out to around 37 MPG!!! Nothing else has been changed. In the past when getting close to 250 MAX miles on a tank I would be looking for gas. Both cars have the same type of improvement in MPG. The acceleration is much better in both vehicles as well> There is a response now when pressing on the gas pedal. Money well spent and ROI is a no brainier as I'm already showing a major savings on gas.
Nick Darchik, Milford New Hampshire
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