K&N BM-1299 Air Filter

Replacement Filters / Replacement Air Filter
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$70.99 USD
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Product Overview

  • 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!
  • Million-Mile Limited Warranty
The K&N BM-1299 Air Filter fits some BMW K1200C, BMW K1200GT, BMW K1200LT, BMW K1200LT ABS, BMW K1200LT Exodus, BMW K1200LT Lux, BMW K1200LT SE, BMW K1200LTC, BMW K1200LTI Icon, BMW K1200LTS, BMW K1200RS, and BMW K1200RS Dakar models. See vehicle applications link for details.
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.

[More Information on K&N Replacement Air Filters]
Air Filter ShapePanel
Filter MaterialCotton Gauze
Height1.938 in (49 mm)
Package Contents1 Air Filter, 1 K&N 1oz Sealing Grease
Package Quantity1
Product StyleUnique Air Filters
Outside Length8.313 in (211 mm)
Outside Width3.875 in (98 mm)
Weight0.8 lb (0.4 kg)
Filter Re-Oiling Amount0.49 oz (15 ml)
Product Box Height3.63 in (92 mm)
Product Box Length8.5 in (216 mm)
Product Box Width8.63 in (219 mm)
WARNING: Cancer and reproductive

K&N BM-1299 Air Filter Product Reviews

Monday, January 1, 2018 - Part BM-1299
Best quality for good price. Fits exact and has a long service-interval.

van der Schoor D.
Maasdam, Netherlands
Monday, July 17, 2017 - Part BM-1299
The filter fit like the OEM. I liked that it came pre lubed. I don't remember if the instructions indicated that the bike exhaust would smoke for awhile during the first ride.

Brian Happel
Bay Village, Ohio