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2008 Kawasaki KFX 450R intake system

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The best intake for your bike is dependant on what type of conditions you ride in. If you ride around any water, you want to keep your airbox, if you are in conditions that are always dry, you can do away with it, but you filter will need cleaning much more frequently. If you go with a fabric type filter like a K&N, use a pre-filter, and always check it for tears. Also, keep it clean and oiled. These filters are tops for flow and power increase IMO, but they require maintinence to operate properly. Always follow the cleaning procedures to a T, and let the filter dry completely before applying the oil. Foam filters are less hassle, better for dusty conditions, but are not good in sand because they will load up and are more restrictive. Foam filters still need to be cleaned and oiled regularly, but not as often as a K&N type. That being said, you generally get what you pay for, so do some research and find what best suits your particular needs.

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