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Kawasaki 300 Brute Force - K&N Air Filter

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Just a simple question, but could i go and measure my air filter, I.D. and find a K/N air filter for my 300 4x2 Bruteforce ?? Seems to me that it would work, provided everything will still match up correctly, and i have enough room inside my airbox. Any thoughts ??

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should be good to go if its a tight seal for the inlet. i think k&n are available now for the 300s. you can always email k&n tech support, just thought there was another post just like this before ...

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i might have reposted, but was just wondering to make sure, kinda double guessing myself !! Sorry if i did repost,,,, Thanks for the info though !! Mike

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