K&N Filters

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    Would some one give me the K&N part numbers/sizes for the two other small filters that go on the Air temp sensor and the Crank Case breather please.
     
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    Think they are just a small 12mm filter Paul which you can get from Repco or Supercheap. I put one over the bulb on the AIT sensor and plastic tied it between the 2nd and 3rd K&N pod on the throttle bodies. Also put one on the crankcase breather hose.
     
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    Pablo,
    Tis a female dog trying to install that crankcase filter - one that you'd also have to endure every time you clean the sucker!
    I opted to plug the large oval into the air box from the engine side.
    I then covered the entire floor of the box with a good foam covering that allows air access while keeping the box clean for all my tools & ****h.
    Clean it once a year - works perfectly for me and I do ride some dirt roads . . .
     
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