K&N KA-8077 Air Filter

Replacement Filters / Replacement Air Filter
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$61.99 USD
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Product Overview

  • Designed to provide increased horsepower and torque
  • Filter comes un-oiled with oil packet
  • Multiple layers of woven cotton gauze media offers excellent filtration
  • Application specific base seal and sealing bead
  • Pleated media provides a large filtration area offering long service intervals
  • Washable & reusable
The K&N KA-8077 Air Filter fits some Kawasaki KZ1000 LTD, Kawasaki KZ1000 Police, Kawasaki KZ1000A, and Kawasaki KZ1000D Z1-R 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 ShapeRectangular
Filter MaterialCotton Gauze
Height2.75 in (70 mm)
Package Contents1 Air Filter, 1 K&N 1/2oz Filter Oil
Package Quantity1
Product StyleUnique Air Filters
Top StyleMetal
Weight0.7 lb (0.3 kg)
Product Box Height7.25 in (184 mm)
Product Box Length4.63 in (117 mm)
Product Box Width4.63 in (117 mm)
Inner WireNo
Side A Length5.87 in (149 mm)
Side B Length3.5 in (89 mm)
Side C Length5.75 in (146 mm)
Side D Length3.5 in (89 mm)
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K&N KA-8077 Air Filter Product Reviews

Tuesday, May 16, 2017 - Part KA-8077
Right filter for bike and fast shipment. This bike is 37 years old.

Dusty Jacobson
San Antonio, Texas
Wednesday, May 14, 2014 - Part KA-8077
God Bless K&N, they are doing it right. Clean air, clean oil, clean fuel and thats cheaper than parts. My Z1000A1 is going so well I would love to do a grander on it. Next is an oil filter which has to be better than the stock paper one. Last one fell apart in a Honda K5CB 750 and ended up clogging the RH spray in the head and virtually destroyed the good engine via it sizing it up.

Dave Benge