K&N RC-5040DR Air Filter Wrap

Filter Wraps / Air Filter Wrap
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Product Overview

  • 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
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]
Wrap TypeDrycharger
Material UsedSilicone Treated Polyester
Base Inside Width5.25 in (133 mm)
Base Inside Length8.5 in (216 mm)
Top Inside Width4 in (102 mm)
Top Inside Length6.25 in (159 mm)
Closed TopNo
Height5.5 in (140 mm)
Package Contents1 Drycharger Wrap
Package Quantity1
Warranty1 Year Limited
Air Filter ShapeOval Straight
Product StyleFilter Wrap - Oval Tapered
Weight0.1 lb (0 kg)
Product Box Height1.5 in (38 mm)
Product Box Length5.25 in (133 mm)
Product Box Width6.25 in (159 mm)
WARNING: Cancer and reproductive

K&N RC-5040DR Air Filter Wrap Product Reviews

Tuesday, July 18, 2017 - Part RC-5040DR
I love these wraps!

Paul Stitzel
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Friday, October 23, 2015 - Part RC-5040DR
I live in the dusty South West, my filter wrap works GREAT at keeping the sand out of my filter and cleaning the air filter less is much better.

Paul S
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Tuesday, May 26, 2015 - Part RC-5040DR
Good service and you ship fast. I have had no problems. Your filter wraps work well and are a must in the South West dirt & dust. I do question as to why you ship with a box instead of using a bubble envelope??

Paul Stitzel
Albuquerque, New Mexico