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The K&N Powerlid eliminates restrictive ATV intake snorkels by replacing the stock air box lid with a high airflow filter lid. The Powerlid works in conjunction with a K&N replacement air filter (sold separately) to provide excellent filtration with less restriction allowing increased airflow for more horsepower. The POWERLID snaps in place with no air box modification necessary. All K&N Powerlids come with a PreCharger filter wrap for the lid and a carburetor jet selection kit if required.

[More Information on K&N's Sport ATV XStream Powerlid]
  • Designed to increase horsepower and acceleration
  • Washable and reusable air filter
  • Replaces factory air box lid with an air filter lid
  • No modifications required to the stock air box
  • One year limited warranty

Product Specifications

Air Filter ShapePanel
Filter MaterialCotton Gauze
FlangesNone
Height0.625 in (16 mm)
Package Contents1 Powerlid, 1 Drycharger, 1 Jets
Package Quantity1
Product Box Height2.63 in (67 mm)
Product Box Length15.19 in (386 mm)
Product Box Width11.19 in (284 mm)
Product StyleUnique Air Filters
Weight1.8 lb (0.8 kg)


Customer Feedback


We want the best performance out of our Yamaha YFZ450R.  That is why we need a filter that not only flows the most air but keeps the power robbing dirt, dust and water out of our engines.  When making decisions concerning performance and reliability, we choose K&N Filters.
Chad Wienen, Galena, Illinois
The KN-204 was the perfect fit for my new Yamaha 2015 FZ-07 750cc. I really like the convenience and high-quality metal of the bolt-head, and the excellent seal of the filter. Thank you so much for anticipating the market!
Anne Lane, Stone Mountain, Georgia
I used the K&N RC-2540 filter as an air filter for my Yamaha Towny scooter. It fits perfect and the chrome end dressed up the bike.
Jay Kreminski, Illinois