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Does anyone know the K&N part number for a replacement air filter for the Red Line?



 

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Is that the K&N part number though? Isn't that just the SPS part num? I looked that number up on da web site and they had no listing at K&N, and no filter listed under the Ion Redline.



 

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I don't know - looks like a typical K&N number. Are you ordering it through them, or did you find it cheaper elsewhere?
 

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I was gonna hit up the Auto Parts stores after work. TGIF. I hate ordering something that I can get locally. Go crazy waiting! As far as I can tell, it's not specific to the Redline, just a filter that has the same attachment point, diameter, and fits in the airbox properly. I tried to look up the KN0008 number and it's not listed at K&N, the all have numbers like 2115, 2165, etc.



 

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Sp00ner said:
Does anyone know the K&N part number for a replacement air filter for the Red Line?
the drop in is K&N part No. E-1009
 

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Got it

Yup, looks like it should fit! This the one you're using? Heres the info:
The primary applications are for much larger engines than ours, should be good flow!
Thanks!

E-1009 Product Specifications
Product Style: Round Straight Universal Air Filter
Flange Inside Diameter: 3.375 in (86 mm)
Flange Length: 0.625 in (16 mm)
Flange Type: Centered
Height: 7.25 in (184 mm)
Outside Diameter: 5.813 in (148 mm)
Top Style: Rubber
Top Material/Finish: None
Filter Re-Oiling Amount: 1.76 oz (52 ml)
Weight: 1.4 lb (0.6 kg)
Product Box Length: 6.25 in (159 mm)
Product Box Width: 6.25 in (159 mm)
Product Box Height: 10.81 in (275 mm)



 

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That is what I have (E-1009) and it is a perfect it. It is not the easiest thing to get in. The OEM is not attached to the lid, where K&N is clamped. This giving much less room to get it in. There is another thread that explains the easiest way to get it in and out. Main things I remember is to pull the heat shield back on the radiator hose that goes over the airbox lid and two sets of hands is a great help one putting the filter back in and one squeezing the radiator hose flat. Take the screws completely out of the lid so you don't punch a hole in the hose as well.
 
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