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K&N TB-6000

Replacement Filters > Replacement Air Filter
  • Designed to provide increased horsepower and torque
  • Pleated media provides a large filtration area offering long service intervals
  • Multiple layers of woven cotton gauze media offers excellent filtration
  • Application specific base seal and sealing bead
  • Made in the USA for over 40 years
  • Washable & reusable, pre-oiled and ready to ride!
  • Includes a 10-Year/Million-Mile Limited Warranty
K&N's high-flow air filters are available as a replacement for your stock motorcycle air filter element. They are custom engineered to fit your specific application and are designed to provide low restriction and increased performance, while providing excellent engine protection for your motorcycle.

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Product Specifications

Air Filter ShapePanel
Filter MaterialCotton Gauze
Filter Re-Oiling Amount0.36 oz (11 ml)
Height0.813 in (21 mm)
Outside Length7.625 in (194 mm)
Outside Width3.938 in (100 mm)
Package Contents1 Air Filter, 1 K&N 1oz Sealing Grease
Package Quantity1
Product Box Height9.69 in (246 mm)
Product Box Length7.72 in (196 mm)
Product Box Width1.75 in (44 mm)
Product StylePanel Air Filter
Weight0.5 lb (0.2 kg)

Customer Feedback

Before, I thought you had to clean and oil the filter ever few hours like I had to on my Beta 4t Trials bike. Your rep said it would not require service for 30000 miles. I know Triumph air filters seem to stay pretty clean and the paper filters from the factory are still clean even after 5000 miles, but 30K miles? Hope he was right. The low restriction filter matches my airbox mods and computer perfectly.

J. Parker
Debary, Florida
Good fit and very good performance. Fit on my Triumph Tiger100 500cc 1970.

Dan Bellemare
Quebec, Canada
Hellishly expensive, but K & N has been hellishly expensive for the 30 years I've been using them. I put two of these RU-1100s onto the mikunis carbs on my fairly heavily-modified 72 triumph bonneville street bike, after measuring the clearances, top to bottom, side to side, and front to back. The filters fit just like I planned, and work just like I intended. T the significant thing that makes K & N worthwhile, aside from the quality of the filters themselves, is the extensive size information available online. I'm used to having to guess how big things are based on vague descriptions, and then sending them back for a second try, or a third, or giving up. The very complete and specific information on the K & N website allowed me to work out exactly what I needed from fifteen or twenty alternative lengths, widths, and inside and outside diameters, and the filters fit perfectly, with exactly the clearances I planned. I i also use four K & N filters on my 74 triumph trident, three on the 26mm mikuni carburetors and another on the crankcase breather. I i'm running 35mm keihin FCR carbs on my 1965 triumph land speed race bike, and if I could figure out how to put filters over the FCR open velocity stacks, I'd use them there. No application for those carbs, unfortunately. if you come up with one I'll use them.

Kevin Roberts
Belmont, Ohio