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Kawasaki Teryx High-Flow Replacement Air Filter

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Teryx-KA-7508-734558.jpgKawasaki Teryx High-Flow Replacement Air Filter

Breathing deep, K&N opens up the Kawasaki Teryx with a High-Flow OE replacement Air Filter…December 2008, K&N Engineering, Inc., Releases a “New” High-Flow Replacement Air Filter (KA-7508) for all 2008-2009 Kawasaki KRF750 Teryx 4X4 Side by Sides.

Designed to fit specifically into your OE Air Box Assembly, this New High-Flow, OE Replacement filter is performance designed to provide increased airflow, resulting in increased horsepower & torque. The pleated media provides an Extra-Large filtration area offering longer service intervals. Ensuring a secure fit, the K&N utilizes the OEM mounting cage. Specifically designed base seal and top molds, injected with the highest quality Urethane ensures a perfect seal and extra long life.

• Fuel management modifications are not necessary to obtain increased performance

• All K&N High-Flow Filters are washable & reusable, pre-oiled and ready to ride

• K&N delivers the same high-flow technology in every filter manufactured

• Covered by the K&N Limited Warranty for One Year

• Optional - K&N DryCharger® improves protection and increase service intervals in extreme conditions.

Look for K&N High-Performance Air Filters, Oil Filters, and Complete Intake Assemblies for your motorcycle,car or truck at your at your local performance dealer!

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