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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-10-2015, 06:37 PM Thread Starter
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K&N Air filter KA-2586

What do you think about this K&N for the Ninja 250E-F models? Does this actually take the place of the airbox? I found this on eBay for $62.80, and it looks like an alternative to pods... which, as I have read, mess with the CV carbs we all have. Anyone have an opinion on this filter? Or, does it really fit into the stock air box? Not sure how, but it might be why this is designed for. Anyone... anyone... Buehler??
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-10-2015, 08:12 PM
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It's not a pod filter, as I have the same one.

The two holes in the top are for the top on the airbox snorkel part# 11012. If you decide to get this you will need to cut down the length of the snorkel tubes, which the directions will tell you how-to.



After you install it on the snorkel, it just drops in thru the top of the airbox.

Be sure to remove all the parts of the OEM air cleaner
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11013

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Ah, I see it now. I had an image of this being larger than the airbox, so that was my thoughts on how it installed, of of each carb. Thanks for the info!
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No problem, glad I could help.

Don't forget to tune the idle mixture screws after you install the filter for optimal performance.

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I was able to buy a drop in filter from 4 Wheel Online. No fabrication or alteration need. I just removed the oem element and drop the new filter. Brand is BMC by the way.
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Awesome guide! Thanks for sharing with us!
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