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K&N RK-3933XB Intake System-Harley Davidson

K&N RK-3933XB Intake System-Harley Davidson

K&N RK-3933XB Intake System-Harley Davidson
K&N RK-3933XB – Intake System-Harley Davidson. Over 10 Years Online. Experience is premium in the automotive business, and we have loads of it. Our experts are happy to answer your questions on oil or anything else we stock. Any damages, we replace, no quibbles. K&N Automotive Air Induction Kits. Engineered for specific vehicle design. Easy to Install, usually in 90 minutes or less! Use up to 100,000 miles before filter servicing is required. K&N design and manufacture high quality performance intake systems that offer one of the best cost to horsepower investments you can get. GENUINE UK STOCK – FRIENDLY, FREE ADVICE. K&N’s Street Metal Series High-Flow Air Intake Systems provide a good looking appearance, offer increased airflow and deliver more horsepower & torque to your Harley-Davidson motorcycle. These intake systems increase power by eliminating the stock OE air cleaner which is replaced by a complete high-flow K&N air intake system. This air intake system is constructed with an extra tall K&N air filter providing more air flow and longer service intervals than standard RK-series air intake filters. The extra tall air filter design is intended to be used on larger or custom engine builds that would benefit from higher levels of air flow. Installation is simple with a sturdy, custom aluminium backing plate that mounts directly to the throttle body via an aluminium integrated, internal-run breather system. A durable mounting gasket is also included to help absorb vibration. The K&N high-flow air filter is washable, reusable, pre-oiled and ready for installation. Simple designed custom covers give this air intake good looks while powering down the highway or at your local show. To help identify which performance intake kit fits your bike – we’re happy to help. Designed for Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Increase horsepower and torque. Extra tall air filter design provides even more air flow and longer service intervals than standard RK-series air intakes. Made in the U. Product Style: Motorcycle Intake System. Air Filter Colour: Red. Air Filter Material: Cotton Gauze. Weight: 4.5 lb (2 kg). Product Box Height: 4.88 in (124 mm). Product Box Length: 11.75 in (298 mm). Product Box Width: 9.5 in (241 mm). Air Filter Height: 3.125 in (79 mm). California Restricted: Not legal for sale or use in California. Mounting Hardware Included: Yes. Overall Height: 6 in (152 mm). Street Legal In All US States: No. TUV Approved (Europe): No. Fitment / Compatibility Details. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDWG DYNA WIDE GLIDE 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDLS LOW RIDER S 110 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDL DYNA LOW RIDER 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDF FAT BOB 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDB DYNA STREET BOB 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2016 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDWG DYNA WIDE GLIDE 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2016 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDL DYNA LOW RIDER 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2016 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDF FAT BOB 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2016 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDB DYNA STREET BOB 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2016 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLD SWITCHBACK 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXSB BREAKOUT 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDWG DYNA WIDE GLIDE 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDL DYNA LOW RIDER 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDF FAT BOB 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDB DYNA STREET BOB 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTN SOFTAIL DELUXE 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTFB SOFTAIL FAT BOY LO 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTF FAT BOY 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTC HERITAGE SOFTAIL CLASSIC 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLS SOFTAIL SLIM 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLD SWITCHBACK 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXSB BREAKOUT 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDWG DYNA WIDE GLIDE 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDL DYNA LOW RIDER 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDF FAT BOB 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDC DYNA SUPER GLIDE CUSTOM 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDB DYNA STREET BOB 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTN SOFTAIL DELUXE 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTFB SOFTAIL FAT BOY LO 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTF FAT BOY 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTC HERITAGE SOFTAIL CLASSIC 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLS SOFTAIL SLIM 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV App. OPIE OILS was established in 1925 and has been trading on the Internet since 2004. In this time we have become the UK’s largest independent online retailer of quality Oils and Fluids. We sell the most comprehensive range of quality and specialist oils for Cars and Bikes anywhere in Europe. We stock engine oils, gear oils, differential and axle oils, brake fluids, power steering fluids, coolants and workshop products from Castrol, Mobil, Shell, Fuchs, Silkolene, Motul, Millers Oils, Millers Classic Oils and Red Line. How long will it take to get my order? The majority of items are held in stock and dispatched from our UK warehouse. Monday to Friday inclusive, unless we contact you to advise otherwise. We may list products which are not held as stock and are special order items. Where can my order be delivered to? We regret that our couriers are not able to deliver to PO boxes, university campuses and military bases. How will I know when my order will arrive? We send hundreds of parcels every week. We know how to pack your parcel so that it reaches you safely. We use high quality, custom made boxes to enable us to pack orders sensibly, offering optimum protection against courier damage. If – despite our best efforts – any order is damaged, we’ll replace it without question! We always want you to be satisfied with your order and pride ourselves on our customer service. Our cancellation policy does not affect your rights when we are at fault, e. If goods are faulty or mis-described. If you cancel, you must return the goods to us at your own expense. If a fault is found later on or if you delay in making a complaint you will still be entitled to a replacement. We cannot accept responsibility for additional charges or consequential loss incurred if a product does not fit or does not give the desired results. Our liability is limited to the price paid for the goods only. In the unlikely event we have sent incorrect goods i. Not what you ordered as shown on your order confirmation. When the goods supplied do not fit your vehicle and we provided incorrect guidance to you as to which product/s were suitable. We ask that you return the goods in the original packaging, clean and resaleable. In any circumstance within 30 days of you receiving the goods. In the unlikely event that you are not 100% satisfied then please give us the opportunity to resolve any issues you may have before leaving feedback. To give you an idea, the weight of oil works out around 1 kg per Litre, that’s roughly 10 times the weight of a CD 5 litres = 50 CDs! This is to ensure our prices remain as competitive as possible. How long will it take for my order to arrive? The vast majority of items are held in stock and dispatched from our UK warehouse. Which Courier do you use? Please ensure someone is present to sign for the item. How can I return items that I have ordered in error? How do I get my Tracking No? To where can my order be delivered? Why is one synthetic oil so much more expensive than another? There are three types of synthetic oils; Hydrocracked, Polyalphaolefin (PAO) and Ester oils. All cheaper oils and the’synthetic’ component of part-synthetic or semi-synthetic oils are hydrocracked mineral oils. PAO synthetics are genuine, lab-made synthetic oils that are better lubricants than hydrocracked oils as they are built for their specific use, rather than the hydrocracked oils that are modified to perform a purpose. Ester based oils are the top end of oil technology and give the best protection available. The ester content (usually ester oils are mixed with PAO oils) has several functions that are very useful. Esters are electrostatically charged so they stick to metal surfaces, meaning that when the vehicle is started, there is already a layer of oil present. They are also more stable at higher temperatures, making them ideal as performance lubricants. The ester content also helps to make those oils better lubricants in general. Is it okay to mix oils? Mixing oil brands, types (synthetic, semi-synthetic and mineral) and viscosities is fine. There are a few exceptions;castor and plant based (as used in some biodegradable oils) are not safe to mix with conventional oils. The only problem with mixing oils is that the quality of the better oil is diluted by the lesser one. Do I need a diesel or petrol oil for my car? In the case of cars with diesel particulate filters (DPFs/FAPs), they will often need an oil that meets an ACEA C specification, which relates to low ash oils. The ACEA specification of an oil is always written on the bottle so long as it meets the spec! The use of oils that do not meet the correct ACEA C specification can result in the particulate filter becoming blocked, an expensive repair. Other than that, there isn’t really such a thing as a diesel engine oil as the vast majority of oils are suitable for both petrol and diesel engines, regardless of how they are marketed. If you look at the specifications listed on an oil, there is usually an ACEA A and an ACEA B specification. The A refers to petrol engine specifications and B to diesel. You will see that the numbers next to the letters are either the same or very close, meaning that the oil is suitable for both types of engine. How often should I change my oil? The life of the oil is dependent on many factors. Full synthetic oils last longer than semi-synthetics or mineral oils, so although they may cost more in the first place, a full synthetic can work out as a cheaper option in the long run. Many cars specify the use of full synthetic long-life oils and these may last over 20000 miles or up to 24 months. If the car is used on track, the oil is subjected to far harsher conditions than motorway use. That may mean that a good track oil will have broken down sufficiently to need changing after 10 hours of use, whereas the same oil would be good for over 100 hours of use on motorways. Short journeys are very hard on the oil as it does not get the chance to get warm and flow properly as well as acceleration and deceleration making the engine work harder. Motorway use is the easiest condition for oil, the speeds are fairly consistent and rarely push the engine hard, there is plenty of air flow to help cool the engine and the oil has a chance to get up to temperature and flow properly. Certain engines suffer from fuel dilution (fuel mixing with the oil) and that is one of the quickest ways that an oil can breakdown. Should I use an oil additive? Good quality engine oils already contain a complex additive pack including detergents and dispersants, anti-wear, anti-corrosion and anti-foaming additives. The only additives we sometimes advise using are the limited slip differential friction modifiers, for certain differentials, and engine oil additives to assist in the process of breaking in a new engine. My engine burns oil – should I use a thicker one? It depends on the engine, what sort of use it gets, how much oil is being used and type of oil being used. Certain engines really prefer a specific grade of oil to operate optimally, others aren’t so fussy. It’s best to ask us if you aren’t sure if your car can use a range of different viscosity oils. Most car manufacturers consider it acceptable for an engine to burn a litre of oil every 1000 miles or in some cases, 1000km. While topping up the oil at that frequency may be annoying and possibly expensive, there is generally nothing to worry about. Using a full synthetic oil may help to reduce oil consumption if a mineral or semi-synthetic oil is being used. Mineral based oils consist of a mix of different sized molecules and the smaller ones can evaporate and then burn relatively easily, increasing the rate of oil consumption. The molecules in synthetic oils are uniform, so they are less likely to evaporate and burn. My car is only being used on the road – do I need a full synthetic oil? It depends on the car. If a car requires a 0w-x grade of oil, then it must be a genuine synthetic oil as it is impossible to make an 0w viscosity oil from mineral oils. Even in cars that do not need oil that meet the above criteria, most of the time a synthetic oil is a preferable option as they give better protection and last longer. This is very relevant in engines used on track. Will using a certain oil help my engine to make more power? When a top quality oil of the correct viscosity is used, a vehicle may actually have a higher power output at the wheels than with other oils. The’gain’ in power is actually a reduction of the power lost in the engine. Internal resistance due to pumping losses and viscous drag and friction is where power is lost and minimising those will lead to more efficient running. Using a good oil reduces the friction as well as increases the protection. A common approach to lubricating a powerful engine is to use as thick an oil as is available, but that adds to the internal resistance as the engine has to work harder to move the oil. That can also lead to increased wear in the engine as the oil does not flow as well as the engine would like. Often an increase in the quality of the oil used rather than the viscosity will be sufficient for many modified cars and that will actually give better protection as well as a slightly increased power output. What colour is oil? Automotive oils are naturally clear, not the amber colour that people assume they are. The reason they are often amber coloured is due to a dye manufacturers add and is only added as people assume oils should be a certain colour. There are many oils on the market that differ from the’norm’ and this is simply due to the addition of different coloured dyes. The dyes have no actual benefit to the oil, other than making it stand out as different to the rest. Why does my oil turn black? As well as lubricating an engine, another important feature of oil is that it cleans, removing combustion by-products from the engine and keeping them in suspension in the oil. This prevents the by-products from settling and building up as deposits in the engine. Should I use an oil flush? In the vast majority of cases, there is no need to flush the engine and flushing can be harmful. What can happen is the flush can loosen harmless deposits in the engine, but then not remove them. Your new oil goes in and after it gets warm and is flowing nicely, the bits which are loosened come off into the oil, so you end up with hard bits floating around in your oil – the last thing you want! If you really want to flush the oil system, the best thing you can do is drain out the oil that is in there, put in some basic mineral oil and run the car for a short while so the oil gets nice and warm. After running it, drain out the mineral oil and put in the correct oil. What oil should I use to run in an engine? A basic mineral oil should be used for running in as friction between the piston rings and cylinder linings is needed to allow the engine to bed in properly. If a synthetic oil is used, it prevents sufficient friction being generated and can lead to the bores becoming glazed. That causes a loss of power and increased oil consumption. We also sell specialist running in oil and trouble-shooting products to assist with running-in. My garage recommends a brand of oil in my car, you recommend something different. So is our recommendation safe to use? The item “K&N RK-3933XB Intake System-Harley Davidson” is in sale since Tuesday, November 21, 2017. This item is in the category “Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Car Parts\Air Intake & Fuel Delivery\Air Filters”. The seller is “opieoils” and is located in Redruth, Cornwall. 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  • Vehicle Type: Motorcycle
  • Air Filter Type: Fitted Air Filter
  • Brand: K&N Filters
  • Part Manufacturer: K&N Filters
  • Manufacturer Part Number: RK-3933XB
  • MPN: RK-3933XB
  • Part Manufacturer Number: RK-3933XB
  • Unit Quantity: 1.00
  • Unit Type: Unit
  • EAN: 024844364258

K&N RK-3933XB Intake System-Harley Davidson
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K&Ns Street Metal Series High-Flow Air Intake System -Harley Davidson -RK-3938

K&Ns Street Metal Series High-Flow Air Intake System -Harley Davidson -RK-3938

K&Ns Street Metal Series High-Flow Air Intake System -Harley Davidson -RK-3938
K&Ns Street Metal Series High-Flow Air Intake System -Harley Davidson -RK-3938. Over 10 Years Online. Experience is premium in the automotive business, and we have loads of it. Our experts are happy to answer your questions on oil or anything else we stock. Any damages, we replace, no quibbles. K&N Performance Performance Filtration systems. K&N invented the reusable high flow cotton air filter in 1969 and has been perfecting the technology ever since. K&N sells over 5,000 products designed for cars, trucks, motorcycles, engines, and industrial applications. The distinctive K&N logo represents performance from one of the original performance companies. GENUINE K&N – UK SUPPLIER – GREAT SERVICE & SUPPORT. K&Ns Street Metal Series High-Flow Air Intake Systems provide a good looking appearance, offer increased airflow and deliver more horsepower & torque to your Harley-Davidson® motorcycle. These intake systems increase power by eliminating the stock OE air cleaner and replacing it with a complete High-Flow Air Intake System. The sturdy, custom aluminum backing plate mounts directly to the throttle body via an aluminum integrated, internal-run breather system. The intake system comes with a K&N Air Filter for high air flow and long service intervals. A durable mounting gasket is also included to help absorb vibration. The K&N High-Flow Air Filter is washable, reusable, pre-oiled and ready for installation. Simple designed custom covers give this air intake good looks while powering down the highway or at your local show. If you need any help choosing your K&N product – we’re happy to help! Part RK-3938 Product Specifications. Product Style: Motorcycle Intake System. Street Legal In All US States: No. TUV Approved (Europe): No. Air Filter Shape: Round. Filter Height: 2.25 in (57 mm). Filter Material: Cotton Gauze. Overall Height: 4.75 in (121 mm). California Restricted: Not legal for sale or use in California. Weight: 4.6 lb (2.1 kg). OPIE OILS was established in 1925 and has been trading on the Internet since 2004. In this time we have become the UK’s largest independent online retailer of quality Oils and Fluids. We sell the most comprehensive range of quality and specialist oils for Cars and Bikes anywhere in Europe. We stock engine oils, gear oils, differential and axle oils, brake fluids, power steering fluids, coolants and workshop products from Castrol, Mobil, Shell, Fuchs, Silkolene, Motul, Millers Oils, Millers Classic Oils and Red Line. How long will it take to get my order? The majority of items are held in stock and dispatched from our UK warehouse. Monday to Friday inclusive, unless we contact you to advise otherwise. We may list products which are not held as stock and are special order items. Where can my order be delivered to? We regret that our couriers are not able to deliver to PO boxes, university campuses and military bases. How will I know when my order will arrive? We send hundreds of parcels every week. We know how to pack your parcel so that it reaches you safely. We use high quality, custom made boxes to enable us to pack orders sensibly, offering optimum protection against courier damage. If – despite our best efforts – any order is damaged, we’ll replace it without question! We always want you to be satisfied with your order and pride ourselves on our customer service. Our cancellation policy does not affect your rights when we are at fault, e. If goods are faulty or mis-described. If you cancel, you must return the goods to us at your own expense. If a fault is found later on or if you delay in making a complaint you will still be entitled to a replacement. We cannot accept responsibility for additional charges or consequential loss incurred if a product does not fit or does not give the desired results. Our liability is limited to the price paid for the goods only. In the unlikely event we have sent incorrect goods i. Not what you ordered as shown on your order confirmation. When the goods supplied do not fit your vehicle and we provided incorrect guidance to you as to which product/s were suitable. We ask that you return the goods in the original packaging, clean and resaleable. In any circumstance within 30 days of you receiving the goods. In the unlikely event that you are not 100% satisfied then please give us the opportunity to resolve any issues you may have before leaving feedback. To give you an idea, the weight of oil works out around 1 kg per Litre, that’s roughly 10 times the weight of a CD 5 litres = 50 CDs! This is to ensure our prices remain as competitive as possible. How long will it take for my order to arrive? The vast majority of items are held in stock and dispatched from our UK warehouse. Which Courier do you use? Please ensure someone is present to sign for the item. How can I return items that I have ordered in error? How do I get my Tracking No? To where can my order be delivered? Why is one synthetic oil so much more expensive than another? There are three types of synthetic oils; Hydrocracked, Polyalphaolefin (PAO) and Ester oils. All cheaper oils and the’synthetic’ component of part-synthetic or semi-synthetic oils are hydrocracked mineral oils. PAO synthetics are genuine, lab-made synthetic oils that are better lubricants than hydrocracked oils as they are built for their specific use, rather than the hydrocracked oils that are modified to perform a purpose. Ester based oils are the top end of oil technology and give the best protection available. The ester content (usually ester oils are mixed with PAO oils) has several functions that are very useful. Esters are electrostatically charged so they stick to metal surfaces, meaning that when the vehicle is started, there is already a layer of oil present. They are also more stable at higher temperatures, making them ideal as performance lubricants. The ester content also helps to make those oils better lubricants in general. Is it okay to mix oils? Mixing oil brands, types (synthetic, semi-synthetic and mineral) and viscosities is fine. There are a few exceptions;castor and plant based (as used in some biodegradable oils) are not safe to mix with conventional oils. The only problem with mixing oils is that the quality of the better oil is diluted by the lesser one. Do I need a diesel or petrol oil for my car? In the case of cars with diesel particulate filters (DPFs/FAPs), they will often need an oil that meets an ACEA C specification, which relates to low ash oils. The ACEA specification of an oil is always written on the bottle so long as it meets the spec! The use of oils that do not meet the correct ACEA C specification can result in the particulate filter becoming blocked, an expensive repair. Other than that, there isn’t really such a thing as a diesel engine oil as the vast majority of oils are suitable for both petrol and diesel engines, regardless of how they are marketed. If you look at the specifications listed on an oil, there is usually an ACEA A and an ACEA B specification. The A refers to petrol engine specifications and B to diesel. You will see that the numbers next to the letters are either the same or very close, meaning that the oil is suitable for both types of engine. How often should I change my oil? The life of the oil is dependent on many factors. Full synthetic oils last longer than semi-synthetics or mineral oils, so although they may cost more in the first place, a full synthetic can work out as a cheaper option in the long run. Many cars specify the use of full synthetic long-life oils and these may last over 20000 miles or up to 24 months. If the car is used on track, the oil is subjected to far harsher conditions than motorway use. That may mean that a good track oil will have broken down sufficiently to need changing after 10 hours of use, whereas the same oil would be good for over 100 hours of use on motorways. Short journeys are very hard on the oil as it does not get the chance to get warm and flow properly as well as acceleration and deceleration making the engine work harder. Motorway use is the easiest condition for oil, the speeds are fairly consistent and rarely push the engine hard, there is plenty of air flow to help cool the engine and the oil has a chance to get up to temperature and flow properly. Certain engines suffer from fuel dilution (fuel mixing with the oil) and that is one of the quickest ways that an oil can breakdown. Should I use an oil additive? Good quality engine oils already contain a complex additive pack including detergents and dispersants, anti-wear, anti-corrosion and anti-foaming additives. The only additives we sometimes advise using are the limited slip differential friction modifiers, for certain differentials, and engine oil additives to assist in the process of breaking in a new engine. My engine burns oil – should I use a thicker one? It depends on the engine, what sort of use it gets, how much oil is being used and type of oil being used. Certain engines really prefer a specific grade of oil to operate optimally, others aren’t so fussy. It’s best to ask us if you aren’t sure if your car can use a range of different viscosity oils. Most car manufacturers consider it acceptable for an engine to burn a litre of oil every 1000 miles or in some cases, 1000km. While topping up the oil at that frequency may be annoying and possibly expensive, there is generally nothing to worry about. Using a full synthetic oil may help to reduce oil consumption if a mineral or semi-synthetic oil is being used. Mineral based oils consist of a mix of different sized molecules and the smaller ones can evaporate and then burn relatively easily, increasing the rate of oil consumption. The molecules in synthetic oils are uniform, so they are less likely to evaporate and burn. My car is only being used on the road – do I need a full synthetic oil? It depends on the car. If a car requires a 0w-x grade of oil, then it must be a genuine synthetic oil as it is impossible to make an 0w viscosity oil from mineral oils. Even in cars that do not need oil that meet the above criteria, most of the time a synthetic oil is a preferable option as they give better protection and last longer. This is very relevant in engines used on track. Will using a certain oil help my engine to make more power? When a top quality oil of the correct viscosity is used, a vehicle may actually have a higher power output at the wheels than with other oils. The’gain’ in power is actually a reduction of the power lost in the engine. Internal resistance due to pumping losses and viscous drag and friction is where power is lost and minimising those will lead to more efficient running. Using a good oil reduces the friction as well as increases the protection. A common approach to lubricating a powerful engine is to use as thick an oil as is available, but that adds to the internal resistance as the engine has to work harder to move the oil. That can also lead to increased wear in the engine as the oil does not flow as well as the engine would like. Often an increase in the quality of the oil used rather than the viscosity will be sufficient for many modified cars and that will actually give better protection as well as a slightly increased power output. What colour is oil? Automotive oils are naturally clear, not the amber colour that people assume they are. The reason they are often amber coloured is due to a dye manufacturers add and is only added as people assume oils should be a certain colour. There are many oils on the market that differ from the’norm’ and this is simply due to the addition of different coloured dyes. The dyes have no actual benefit to the oil, other than making it stand out as different to the rest. Why does my oil turn black? As well as lubricating an engine, another important feature of oil is that it cleans, removing combustion by-products from the engine and keeping them in suspension in the oil. This prevents the by-products from settling and building up as deposits in the engine. Should I use an oil flush? In the vast majority of cases, there is no need to flush the engine and flushing can be harmful. What can happen is the flush can loosen harmless deposits in the engine, but then not remove them. Your new oil goes in and after it gets warm and is flowing nicely, the bits which are loosened come off into the oil, so you end up with hard bits floating around in your oil – the last thing you want! If you really want to flush the oil system, the best thing you can do is drain out the oil that is in there, put in some basic mineral oil and run the car for a short while so the oil gets nice and warm. After running it, drain out the mineral oil and put in the correct oil. What oil should I use to run in an engine? A basic mineral oil should be used for running in as friction between the piston rings and cylinder linings is needed to allow the engine to bed in properly. If a synthetic oil is used, it prevents sufficient friction being generated and can lead to the bores becoming glazed. That causes a loss of power and increased oil consumption. We also sell specialist running in oil and trouble-shooting products to assist with running-in. My garage recommends a brand of oil in my car, you recommend something different. So is our recommendation safe to use? The item “K&Ns Street Metal Series High-Flow Air Intake System -Harley Davidson -RK-3938″ is in sale since Tuesday, January 27, 2015. This item is in the category “Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Motorcycle Parts\Air Intake & Fuel Delivery\Air Filters”. The seller is “opieoils” and is located in Redruth, Cornwall. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, United States, Bahrain, Canada, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand, Israel, Hong Kong, Norway, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Bangladesh, Belize, Bolivia, Brunei darussalam, Dominica, Ecuador, Egypt, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Grenada, French guiana, Iceland, Jersey, Cambodia, Saint kitts and nevis, Liechtenstein, Macao, Monaco, Martinique, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Peru, Paraguay, Turks and caicos islands, Aruba, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Chile, Bahamas, Costa rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Kuwait, Panama, Philippines, Qatar, Trinidad and tobago, Uruguay, Viet nam, France, Antigua and barbuda, Bermuda, Barbados, Cayman islands, Jordan, Saint lucia, Sri lanka, Maldives, Oman, Reunion, South africa, Ukraine, Colombia, Montserrat.
  • Vehicle Type: Motorcycle
  • Air Filter Type: Fitted Air Filter
  • Brand: K&N Filters
  • Part Manufacturer: K&N Filters
  • Manufacturer Part Number: RK-3938
  • MPN: RK-3938
  • Part Manufacturer Number: RK-3938
  • Unit Quantity: 1.00
  • Unit Type: Unit
  • EAN: 024844331779

K&Ns Street Metal Series High-Flow Air Intake System -Harley Davidson -RK-3938
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K&N 61-4500 Flow Control K and N Original Assembly

K&N 61-4500 Flow Control K and N Original Assembly

K&N 61-4500 Flow Control K and N Original Assembly
K&N 61-4500 Flow Control – K and N Original Assembly. Over 10 Years Online. Experience is premium in the automotive business, and we have loads of it. Our experts are happy to answer your questions on oil or anything else we stock. Any damages, we replace, no quibbles. K&N Performance Performance Filtration systems. K&N invented the reusable high flow cotton air filter in 1969 and has been perfecting the technology ever since. K&N sells over 5,000 products designed for cars, trucks, motorcycles, engines, and industrial applications. The distinctive K&N logo represents performance from one of the original performance companies. GENUINE K&N – UK SUPPLIER – GREAT SERVICE & SUPPORT. The Flow Control System utilizes a newly designed base in combination with a unique lid designed to reduce intake turbulence. The resulting smooth, laminar flow enhances cylinder filling, horsepower, and torque. The filter element is the world famous K&N Filtercharger for the ultimate in airflow and filtration. The flow control system is only legal on racing vehicles. To determine availability and suitability for your vehicle. OPIE OILS was established in 1925 and has been trading on the Internet since 2004. In this time we have become the UK’s largest independent online retailer of quality Oils and Fluids. We sell the most comprehensive range of quality and specialist oils for Cars and Bikes anywhere in Europe. We stock engine oils, gear oils, differential and axle oils, brake fluids, power steering fluids, coolants and workshop products from Castrol, Mobil, Shell, Fuchs, Silkolene, Motul, Millers Oils, Millers Classic Oils and Red Line. How long will it take to get my order? The majority of items are held in stock and dispatched from our UK warehouse. Monday to Friday inclusive, unless we contact you to advise otherwise. We may list products which are not held as stock and are special order items. Where can my order be delivered to? We regret that our couriers are not able to deliver to PO boxes, university campuses and military bases. How will I know when my order will arrive? We send hundreds of parcels every week. We know how to pack your parcel so that it reaches you safely. We use high quality, custom made boxes to enable us to pack orders sensibly, offering optimum protection against courier damage. If – despite our best efforts – any order is damaged, we’ll replace it without question! We always want you to be satisfied with your order and pride ourselves on our customer service. Our cancellation policy does not affect your rights when we are at fault, e. If goods are faulty or mis-described. If you cancel, you must return the goods to us at your own expense. If a fault is found later on or if you delay in making a complaint you will still be entitled to a replacement. We cannot accept responsibility for additional charges or consequential loss incurred if a product does not fit or does not give the desired results. Our liability is limited to the price paid for the goods only. In the unlikely event we have sent incorrect goods i. Not what you ordered as shown on your order confirmation. When the goods supplied do not fit your vehicle and we provided incorrect guidance to you as to which product/s were suitable. We ask that you return the goods in the original packaging, clean and resaleable. In any circumstance within 30 days of you receiving the goods. In the unlikely event that you are not 100% satisfied then please give us the opportunity to resolve any issues you may have before leaving feedback. To give you an idea, the weight of oil works out around 1 kg per Litre, that’s roughly 10 times the weight of a CD 5 litres = 50 CDs! This is to ensure our prices remain as competitive as possible. How long will it take for my order to arrive? The vast majority of items are held in stock and dispatched from our UK warehouse. Which Courier do you use? Please ensure someone is present to sign for the item. How can I return items that I have ordered in error? How do I get my Tracking No? To where can my order be delivered? Why is one synthetic oil so much more expensive than another? There are three types of synthetic oils; Hydrocracked, Polyalphaolefin (PAO) and Ester oils. All cheaper oils and the’synthetic’ component of part-synthetic or semi-synthetic oils are hydrocracked mineral oils. PAO synthetics are genuine, lab-made synthetic oils that are better lubricants than hydrocracked oils as they are built for their specific use, rather than the hydrocracked oils that are modified to perform a purpose. Ester based oils are the top end of oil technology and give the best protection available. The ester content (usually ester oils are mixed with PAO oils) has several functions that are very useful. Esters are electrostatically charged so they stick to metal surfaces, meaning that when the vehicle is started, there is already a layer of oil present. They are also more stable at higher temperatures, making them ideal as performance lubricants. The ester content also helps to make those oils better lubricants in general. Is it okay to mix oils? Mixing oil brands, types (synthetic, semi-synthetic and mineral) and viscosities is fine. There are a few exceptions;castor and plant based (as used in some biodegradable oils) are not safe to mix with conventional oils. The only problem with mixing oils is that the quality of the better oil is diluted by the lesser one. Do I need a diesel or petrol oil for my car? In the case of cars with diesel particulate filters (DPFs/FAPs), they will often need an oil that meets an ACEA C specification, which relates to low ash oils. The ACEA specification of an oil is always written on the bottle so long as it meets the spec! The use of oils that do not meet the correct ACEA C specification can result in the particulate filter becoming blocked, an expensive repair. Other than that, there isn’t really such a thing as a diesel engine oil as the vast majority of oils are suitable for both petrol and diesel engines, regardless of how they are marketed. If you look at the specifications listed on an oil, there is usually an ACEA A and an ACEA B specification. The A refers to petrol engine specifications and B to diesel. You will see that the numbers next to the letters are either the same or very close, meaning that the oil is suitable for both types of engine. How often should I change my oil? The life of the oil is dependent on many factors. Full synthetic oils last longer than semi-synthetics or mineral oils, so although they may cost more in the first place, a full synthetic can work out as a cheaper option in the long run. Many cars specify the use of full synthetic long-life oils and these may last over 20000 miles or up to 24 months. If the car is used on track, the oil is subjected to far harsher conditions than motorway use. That may mean that a good track oil will have broken down sufficiently to need changing after 10 hours of use, whereas the same oil would be good for over 100 hours of use on motorways. Short journeys are very hard on the oil as it does not get the chance to get warm and flow properly as well as acceleration and deceleration making the engine work harder. Motorway use is the easiest condition for oil, the speeds are fairly consistent and rarely push the engine hard, there is plenty of air flow to help cool the engine and the oil has a chance to get up to temperature and flow properly. Certain engines suffer from fuel dilution (fuel mixing with the oil) and that is one of the quickest ways that an oil can breakdown. Should I use an oil additive? Good quality engine oils already contain a complex additive pack including detergents and dispersants, anti-wear, anti-corrosion and anti-foaming additives. The only additives we sometimes advise using are the limited slip differential friction modifiers, for certain differentials, and engine oil additives to assist in the process of breaking in a new engine. My engine burns oil – should I use a thicker one? It depends on the engine, what sort of use it gets, how much oil is being used and type of oil being used. Certain engines really prefer a specific grade of oil to operate optimally, others aren’t so fussy. It’s best to ask us if you aren’t sure if your car can use a range of different viscosity oils. Most car manufacturers consider it acceptable for an engine to burn a litre of oil every 1000 miles or in some cases, 1000km. While topping up the oil at that frequency may be annoying and possibly expensive, there is generally nothing to worry about. Using a full synthetic oil may help to reduce oil consumption if a mineral or semi-synthetic oil is being used. Mineral based oils consist of a mix of different sized molecules and the smaller ones can evaporate and then burn relatively easily, increasing the rate of oil consumption. The molecules in synthetic oils are uniform, so they are less likely to evaporate and burn. My car is only being used on the road – do I need a full synthetic oil? It depends on the car. If a car requires a 0w-x grade of oil, then it must be a genuine synthetic oil as it is impossible to make an 0w viscosity oil from mineral oils. Even in cars that do not need oil that meet the above criteria, most of the time a synthetic oil is a preferable option as they give better protection and last longer. This is very relevant in engines used on track. Will using a certain oil help my engine to make more power? When a top quality oil of the correct viscosity is used, a vehicle may actually have a higher power output at the wheels than with other oils. The’gain’ in power is actually a reduction of the power lost in the engine. Internal resistance due to pumping losses and viscous drag and friction is where power is lost and minimising those will lead to more efficient running. Using a good oil reduces the friction as well as increases the protection. A common approach to lubricating a powerful engine is to use as thick an oil as is available, but that adds to the internal resistance as the engine has to work harder to move the oil. That can also lead to increased wear in the engine as the oil does not flow as well as the engine would like. Often an increase in the quality of the oil used rather than the viscosity will be sufficient for many modified cars and that will actually give better protection as well as a slightly increased power output. What colour is oil? Automotive oils are naturally clear, not the amber colour that people assume they are. The reason they are often amber coloured is due to a dye manufacturers add and is only added as people assume oils should be a certain colour. There are many oils on the market that differ from the’norm’ and this is simply due to the addition of different coloured dyes. The dyes have no actual benefit to the oil, other than making it stand out as different to the rest. Why does my oil turn black? As well as lubricating an engine, another important feature of oil is that it cleans, removing combustion by-products from the engine and keeping them in suspension in the oil. This prevents the by-products from settling and building up as deposits in the engine. Should I use an oil flush? In the vast majority of cases, there is no need to flush the engine and flushing can be harmful. What can happen is the flush can loosen harmless deposits in the engine, but then not remove them. Your new oil goes in and after it gets warm and is flowing nicely, the bits which are loosened come off into the oil, so you end up with hard bits floating around in your oil – the last thing you want! If you really want to flush the oil system, the best thing you can do is drain out the oil that is in there, put in some basic mineral oil and run the car for a short while so the oil gets nice and warm. After running it, drain out the mineral oil and put in the correct oil. What oil should I use to run in an engine? A basic mineral oil should be used for running in as friction between the piston rings and cylinder linings is needed to allow the engine to bed in properly. If a synthetic oil is used, it prevents sufficient friction being generated and can lead to the bores becoming glazed. That causes a loss of power and increased oil consumption. We also sell specialist running in oil and trouble-shooting products to assist with running-in. My garage recommends a brand of oil in my car, you recommend something different. So is our recommendation safe to use? The item “K&N 61-4500 Flow Control K and N Original Assembly” is in sale since Friday, February 13, 2015. This item is in the category “Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Motorcycle Parts\Air Intake & Fuel Delivery\Air Filters”. The seller is “opieoils” and is located in Redruth, Cornwall. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, United States, Bahrain, Canada, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand, Israel, Hong Kong, Norway, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Bangladesh, Belize, Bolivia, Brunei darussalam, Dominica, Ecuador, Egypt, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Grenada, French guiana, Iceland, Jersey, Cambodia, Saint kitts and nevis, Liechtenstein, Macao, Monaco, Martinique, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Peru, Paraguay, Turks and caicos islands, Aruba, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Chile, Bahamas, Costa rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Kuwait, Panama, Philippines, Qatar, Trinidad and tobago, Uruguay, Viet nam, France, Antigua and barbuda, Bermuda, Barbados, Cayman islands, Jordan, Saint lucia, Sri lanka, Maldives, Oman, Reunion, South africa, Ukraine, Colombia, Montserrat.
  • Vehicle Type: Motorcycle
  • Air Filter Type: Custom Air Filter
  • Brand: K&N Filters
  • Part Manufacturer: K&N Filters
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 61-4500
  • MPN: 61-4500
  • Part Manufacturer Number: 61-4500
  • Unit Quantity: 1.00
  • Unit Type: Unit
  • EAN: 024844023186

K&N 61-4500 Flow Control K and N Original Assembly
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K&N 61-4030 Flow Control K and N Original Assembly

K&N 61-4030 Flow Control K and N Original Assembly

K&N 61-4030 Flow Control K and N Original Assembly
K&N 61-4030 Flow Control – K and N Original Assembly. Over 10 Years Online. Experience is premium in the automotive business, and we have loads of it. Our experts are happy to answer your questions on oil or anything else we stock. Any damages, we replace, no quibbles. K&N Performance Performance Filtration systems. K&N invented the reusable high flow cotton air filter in 1969 and has been perfecting the technology ever since. K&N sells over 5,000 products designed for cars, trucks, motorcycles, engines, and industrial applications. The distinctive K&N logo represents performance from one of the original performance companies. GENUINE K&N – UK SUPPLIER – GREAT SERVICE & SUPPORT. K&N Flow Control – Part Number 61-4030 Specifications: FLW CNTRL 4B HOL. The Flow Control System utilizes a newly designed base in combination with a unique lid designed to reduce intake turbulence. The resulting smooth, laminar flow enhances cylinder filling, horsepower, and torque. The filter element is the world famous K&N Filtercharger for the ultimate in airflow and filtration. The flow control system is only legal on racing vehicles. To determine availability and suitability for your vehicle. OPIE OILS was established in 1925 and has been trading on the Internet since 2004. In this time we have become the UK’s largest independent online retailer of quality Oils and Fluids. We sell the most comprehensive range of quality and specialist oils for Cars and Bikes anywhere in Europe. We stock engine oils, gear oils, differential and axle oils, brake fluids, power steering fluids, coolants and workshop products from Castrol, Mobil, Shell, Fuchs, Silkolene, Motul, Millers Oils, Millers Classic Oils and Red Line. How long will it take to get my order? The majority of items are held in stock and dispatched from our UK warehouse. Monday to Friday inclusive, unless we contact you to advise otherwise. We may list products which are not held as stock and are special order items. Where can my order be delivered to? We regret that our couriers are not able to deliver to PO boxes, university campuses and military bases. How will I know when my order will arrive? We send hundreds of parcels every week. We know how to pack your parcel so that it reaches you safely. We use high quality, custom made boxes to enable us to pack orders sensibly, offering optimum protection against courier damage. If – despite our best efforts – any order is damaged, we’ll replace it without question! We always want you to be satisfied with your order and pride ourselves on our customer service. Our cancellation policy does not affect your rights when we are at fault, e. If goods are faulty or mis-described. If you cancel, you must return the goods to us at your own expense. If a fault is found later on or if you delay in making a complaint you will still be entitled to a replacement. We cannot accept responsibility for additional charges or consequential loss incurred if a product does not fit or does not give the desired results. Our liability is limited to the price paid for the goods only. In the unlikely event we have sent incorrect goods i. Not what you ordered as shown on your order confirmation. When the goods supplied do not fit your vehicle and we provided incorrect guidance to you as to which product/s were suitable. We ask that you return the goods in the original packaging, clean and resaleable. In any circumstance within 30 days of you receiving the goods. In the unlikely event that you are not 100% satisfied then please give us the opportunity to resolve any issues you may have before leaving feedback. To give you an idea, the weight of oil works out around 1 kg per Litre, that’s roughly 10 times the weight of a CD 5 litres = 50 CDs! This is to ensure our prices remain as competitive as possible. How long will it take for my order to arrive? The vast majority of items are held in stock and dispatched from our UK warehouse. Which Courier do you use? Please ensure someone is present to sign for the item. How can I return items that I have ordered in error? How do I get my Tracking No? To where can my order be delivered? Why is one synthetic oil so much more expensive than another? There are three types of synthetic oils; Hydrocracked, Polyalphaolefin (PAO) and Ester oils. All cheaper oils and the’synthetic’ component of part-synthetic or semi-synthetic oils are hydrocracked mineral oils. PAO synthetics are genuine, lab-made synthetic oils that are better lubricants than hydrocracked oils as they are built for their specific use, rather than the hydrocracked oils that are modified to perform a purpose. Ester based oils are the top end of oil technology and give the best protection available. The ester content (usually ester oils are mixed with PAO oils) has several functions that are very useful. Esters are electrostatically charged so they stick to metal surfaces, meaning that when the vehicle is started, there is already a layer of oil present. They are also more stable at higher temperatures, making them ideal as performance lubricants. The ester content also helps to make those oils better lubricants in general. Is it okay to mix oils? Mixing oil brands, types (synthetic, semi-synthetic and mineral) and viscosities is fine. There are a few exceptions;castor and plant based (as used in some biodegradable oils) are not safe to mix with conventional oils. The only problem with mixing oils is that the quality of the better oil is diluted by the lesser one. Do I need a diesel or petrol oil for my car? In the case of cars with diesel particulate filters (DPFs/FAPs), they will often need an oil that meets an ACEA C specification, which relates to low ash oils. The ACEA specification of an oil is always written on the bottle so long as it meets the spec! The use of oils that do not meet the correct ACEA C specification can result in the particulate filter becoming blocked, an expensive repair. Other than that, there isn’t really such a thing as a diesel engine oil as the vast majority of oils are suitable for both petrol and diesel engines, regardless of how they are marketed. If you look at the specifications listed on an oil, there is usually an ACEA A and an ACEA B specification. The A refers to petrol engine specifications and B to diesel. You will see that the numbers next to the letters are either the same or very close, meaning that the oil is suitable for both types of engine. How often should I change my oil? The life of the oil is dependent on many factors. Full synthetic oils last longer than semi-synthetics or mineral oils, so although they may cost more in the first place, a full synthetic can work out as a cheaper option in the long run. Many cars specify the use of full synthetic long-life oils and these may last over 20000 miles or up to 24 months. If the car is used on track, the oil is subjected to far harsher conditions than motorway use. That may mean that a good track oil will have broken down sufficiently to need changing after 10 hours of use, whereas the same oil would be good for over 100 hours of use on motorways. Short journeys are very hard on the oil as it does not get the chance to get warm and flow properly as well as acceleration and deceleration making the engine work harder. Motorway use is the easiest condition for oil, the speeds are fairly consistent and rarely push the engine hard, there is plenty of air flow to help cool the engine and the oil has a chance to get up to temperature and flow properly. Certain engines suffer from fuel dilution (fuel mixing with the oil) and that is one of the quickest ways that an oil can breakdown. Should I use an oil additive? Good quality engine oils already contain a complex additive pack including detergents and dispersants, anti-wear, anti-corrosion and anti-foaming additives. The only additives we sometimes advise using are the limited slip differential friction modifiers, for certain differentials, and engine oil additives to assist in the process of breaking in a new engine. My engine burns oil – should I use a thicker one? It depends on the engine, what sort of use it gets, how much oil is being used and type of oil being used. Certain engines really prefer a specific grade of oil to operate optimally, others aren’t so fussy. It’s best to ask us if you aren’t sure if your car can use a range of different viscosity oils. Most car manufacturers consider it acceptable for an engine to burn a litre of oil every 1000 miles or in some cases, 1000km. While topping up the oil at that frequency may be annoying and possibly expensive, there is generally nothing to worry about. Using a full synthetic oil may help to reduce oil consumption if a mineral or semi-synthetic oil is being used. Mineral based oils consist of a mix of different sized molecules and the smaller ones can evaporate and then burn relatively easily, increasing the rate of oil consumption. The molecules in synthetic oils are uniform, so they are less likely to evaporate and burn. My car is only being used on the road – do I need a full synthetic oil? It depends on the car. If a car requires a 0w-x grade of oil, then it must be a genuine synthetic oil as it is impossible to make an 0w viscosity oil from mineral oils. Even in cars that do not need oil that meet the above criteria, most of the time a synthetic oil is a preferable option as they give better protection and last longer. This is very relevant in engines used on track. Will using a certain oil help my engine to make more power? When a top quality oil of the correct viscosity is used, a vehicle may actually have a higher power output at the wheels than with other oils. The’gain’ in power is actually a reduction of the power lost in the engine. Internal resistance due to pumping losses and viscous drag and friction is where power is lost and minimising those will lead to more efficient running. Using a good oil reduces the friction as well as increases the protection. A common approach to lubricating a powerful engine is to use as thick an oil as is available, but that adds to the internal resistance as the engine has to work harder to move the oil. That can also lead to increased wear in the engine as the oil does not flow as well as the engine would like. Often an increase in the quality of the oil used rather than the viscosity will be sufficient for many modified cars and that will actually give better protection as well as a slightly increased power output. What colour is oil? Automotive oils are naturally clear, not the amber colour that people assume they are. The reason they are often amber coloured is due to a dye manufacturers add and is only added as people assume oils should be a certain colour. There are many oils on the market that differ from the’norm’ and this is simply due to the addition of different coloured dyes. The dyes have no actual benefit to the oil, other than making it stand out as different to the rest. Why does my oil turn black? As well as lubricating an engine, another important feature of oil is that it cleans, removing combustion by-products from the engine and keeping them in suspension in the oil. This prevents the by-products from settling and building up as deposits in the engine. Should I use an oil flush? In the vast majority of cases, there is no need to flush the engine and flushing can be harmful. What can happen is the flush can loosen harmless deposits in the engine, but then not remove them. Your new oil goes in and after it gets warm and is flowing nicely, the bits which are loosened come off into the oil, so you end up with hard bits floating around in your oil – the last thing you want! If you really want to flush the oil system, the best thing you can do is drain out the oil that is in there, put in some basic mineral oil and run the car for a short while so the oil gets nice and warm. After running it, drain out the mineral oil and put in the correct oil. What oil should I use to run in an engine? A basic mineral oil should be used for running in as friction between the piston rings and cylinder linings is needed to allow the engine to bed in properly. If a synthetic oil is used, it prevents sufficient friction being generated and can lead to the bores becoming glazed. That causes a loss of power and increased oil consumption. We also sell specialist running in oil and trouble-shooting products to assist with running-in. My garage recommends a brand of oil in my car, you recommend something different. So is our recommendation safe to use? The item “K&N 61-4030 Flow Control K and N Original Assembly” is in sale since Friday, February 13, 2015. This item is in the category “Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Motorcycle Parts\Air Intake & Fuel Delivery\Air Filters”. The seller is “opieoils” and is located in Redruth, Cornwall. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, United States, Bahrain, Canada, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand, Israel, Hong Kong, Norway, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Bangladesh, Belize, Bolivia, Brunei darussalam, Dominica, Ecuador, Egypt, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Grenada, French guiana, Iceland, Jersey, Cambodia, Saint kitts and nevis, Liechtenstein, Macao, Monaco, Martinique, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Peru, Paraguay, Turks and caicos islands, Aruba, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Chile, Bahamas, Costa rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Kuwait, Panama, Philippines, Qatar, Trinidad and tobago, Uruguay, Viet nam, France, Antigua and barbuda, Bermuda, Barbados, Cayman islands, Jordan, Saint lucia, Sri lanka, Maldives, Oman, Reunion, South africa, Ukraine, Colombia, Montserrat.
  • Vehicle Type: Motorcycle
  • Air Filter Type: Custom Air Filter
  • Brand: K&N Filters
  • Part Manufacturer: K&N Filters
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 61-4030
  • MPN: 61-4030
  • Part Manufacturer Number: 61-4030
  • Unit Quantity: 1.00
  • Unit Type: Unit
  • EAN: 024844023384

K&N 61-4030 Flow Control K and N Original Assembly
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K&N 61-6000 Flow Control K and N Original Assembly

K&N 61-6000 Flow Control K and N Original Assembly

K&N 61-6000 Flow Control K and N Original Assembly
K&N 61-6000 Flow Control – K and N Original Assembly. Over 10 Years Online. Experience is premium in the automotive business, and we have loads of it. Our experts are happy to answer your questions on oil or anything else we stock. Any damages, we replace, no quibbles. K&N Performance Performance Filtration systems. K&N invented the reusable high flow cotton air filter in 1969 and has been perfecting the technology ever since. K&N sells over 5,000 products designed for cars, trucks, motorcycles, engines, and industrial applications. The distinctive K&N logo represents performance from one of the original performance companies. GENUINE K&N – UK SUPPLIER – GREAT SERVICE & SUPPORT. K&N Flow Control – Part Number 61-6000 Specifications: FLW CNTRL HOLLEY DOMINATOR. The Flow Control System utilizes a newly designed base in combination with a unique lid designed to reduce intake turbulence. The resulting smooth, laminar flow enhances cylinder filling, horsepower, and torque. The filter element is the world famous K&N Filtercharger for the ultimate in airflow and filtration. The flow control system is only legal on racing vehicles. To determine availability and suitability for your vehicle. OPIE OILS was established in 1925 and has been trading on the Internet since 2004. In this time we have become the UK’s largest independent online retailer of quality Oils and Fluids. We sell the most comprehensive range of quality and specialist oils for Cars and Bikes anywhere in Europe. We stock engine oils, gear oils, differential and axle oils, brake fluids, power steering fluids, coolants and workshop products from Castrol, Mobil, Shell, Fuchs, Silkolene, Motul, Millers Oils, Millers Classic Oils and Red Line. How long will it take to get my order? The majority of items are held in stock and dispatched from our UK warehouse. Monday to Friday inclusive, unless we contact you to advise otherwise. We may list products which are not held as stock and are special order items. Where can my order be delivered to? We regret that our couriers are not able to deliver to PO boxes, university campuses and military bases. How will I know when my order will arrive? We send hundreds of parcels every week. We know how to pack your parcel so that it reaches you safely. We use high quality, custom made boxes to enable us to pack orders sensibly, offering optimum protection against courier damage. If – despite our best efforts – any order is damaged, we’ll replace it without question! We always want you to be satisfied with your order and pride ourselves on our customer service. Our cancellation policy does not affect your rights when we are at fault, e. If goods are faulty or mis-described. If you cancel, you must return the goods to us at your own expense. If a fault is found later on or if you delay in making a complaint you will still be entitled to a replacement. We cannot accept responsibility for additional charges or consequential loss incurred if a product does not fit or does not give the desired results. Our liability is limited to the price paid for the goods only. In the unlikely event we have sent incorrect goods i. Not what you ordered as shown on your order confirmation. When the goods supplied do not fit your vehicle and we provided incorrect guidance to you as to which product/s were suitable. We ask that you return the goods in the original packaging, clean and resaleable. In any circumstance within 30 days of you receiving the goods. In the unlikely event that you are not 100% satisfied then please give us the opportunity to resolve any issues you may have before leaving feedback. To give you an idea, the weight of oil works out around 1 kg per Litre, that’s roughly 10 times the weight of a CD 5 litres = 50 CDs! This is to ensure our prices remain as competitive as possible. How long will it take for my order to arrive? The vast majority of items are held in stock and dispatched from our UK warehouse. Which Courier do you use? Please ensure someone is present to sign for the item. How can I return items that I have ordered in error? How do I get my Tracking No? To where can my order be delivered? Why is one synthetic oil so much more expensive than another? There are three types of synthetic oils; Hydrocracked, Polyalphaolefin (PAO) and Ester oils. All cheaper oils and the’synthetic’ component of part-synthetic or semi-synthetic oils are hydrocracked mineral oils. PAO synthetics are genuine, lab-made synthetic oils that are better lubricants than hydrocracked oils as they are built for their specific use, rather than the hydrocracked oils that are modified to perform a purpose. Ester based oils are the top end of oil technology and give the best protection available. The ester content (usually ester oils are mixed with PAO oils) has several functions that are very useful. Esters are electrostatically charged so they stick to metal surfaces, meaning that when the vehicle is started, there is already a layer of oil present. They are also more stable at higher temperatures, making them ideal as performance lubricants. The ester content also helps to make those oils better lubricants in general. Is it okay to mix oils? Mixing oil brands, types (synthetic, semi-synthetic and mineral) and viscosities is fine. There are a few exceptions;castor and plant based (as used in some biodegradable oils) are not safe to mix with conventional oils. The only problem with mixing oils is that the quality of the better oil is diluted by the lesser one. Do I need a diesel or petrol oil for my car? In the case of cars with diesel particulate filters (DPFs/FAPs), they will often need an oil that meets an ACEA C specification, which relates to low ash oils. The ACEA specification of an oil is always written on the bottle so long as it meets the spec! The use of oils that do not meet the correct ACEA C specification can result in the particulate filter becoming blocked, an expensive repair. Other than that, there isn’t really such a thing as a diesel engine oil as the vast majority of oils are suitable for both petrol and diesel engines, regardless of how they are marketed. If you look at the specifications listed on an oil, there is usually an ACEA A and an ACEA B specification. The A refers to petrol engine specifications and B to diesel. You will see that the numbers next to the letters are either the same or very close, meaning that the oil is suitable for both types of engine. How often should I change my oil? The life of the oil is dependent on many factors. Full synthetic oils last longer than semi-synthetics or mineral oils, so although they may cost more in the first place, a full synthetic can work out as a cheaper option in the long run. Many cars specify the use of full synthetic long-life oils and these may last over 20000 miles or up to 24 months. If the car is used on track, the oil is subjected to far harsher conditions than motorway use. That may mean that a good track oil will have broken down sufficiently to need changing after 10 hours of use, whereas the same oil would be good for over 100 hours of use on motorways. Short journeys are very hard on the oil as it does not get the chance to get warm and flow properly as well as acceleration and deceleration making the engine work harder. Motorway use is the easiest condition for oil, the speeds are fairly consistent and rarely push the engine hard, there is plenty of air flow to help cool the engine and the oil has a chance to get up to temperature and flow properly. Certain engines suffer from fuel dilution (fuel mixing with the oil) and that is one of the quickest ways that an oil can breakdown. Should I use an oil additive? Good quality engine oils already contain a complex additive pack including detergents and dispersants, anti-wear, anti-corrosion and anti-foaming additives. The only additives we sometimes advise using are the limited slip differential friction modifiers, for certain differentials, and engine oil additives to assist in the process of breaking in a new engine. My engine burns oil – should I use a thicker one? It depends on the engine, what sort of use it gets, how much oil is being used and type of oil being used. Certain engines really prefer a specific grade of oil to operate optimally, others aren’t so fussy. It’s best to ask us if you aren’t sure if your car can use a range of different viscosity oils. Most car manufacturers consider it acceptable for an engine to burn a litre of oil every 1000 miles or in some cases, 1000km. While topping up the oil at that frequency may be annoying and possibly expensive, there is generally nothing to worry about. Using a full synthetic oil may help to reduce oil consumption if a mineral or semi-synthetic oil is being used. Mineral based oils consist of a mix of different sized molecules and the smaller ones can evaporate and then burn relatively easily, increasing the rate of oil consumption. The molecules in synthetic oils are uniform, so they are less likely to evaporate and burn. My car is only being used on the road – do I need a full synthetic oil? It depends on the car. If a car requires a 0w-x grade of oil, then it must be a genuine synthetic oil as it is impossible to make an 0w viscosity oil from mineral oils. Even in cars that do not need oil that meet the above criteria, most of the time a synthetic oil is a preferable option as they give better protection and last longer. This is very relevant in engines used on track. Will using a certain oil help my engine to make more power? When a top quality oil of the correct viscosity is used, a vehicle may actually have a higher power output at the wheels than with other oils. The’gain’ in power is actually a reduction of the power lost in the engine. Internal resistance due to pumping losses and viscous drag and friction is where power is lost and minimising those will lead to more efficient running. Using a good oil reduces the friction as well as increases the protection. A common approach to lubricating a powerful engine is to use as thick an oil as is available, but that adds to the internal resistance as the engine has to work harder to move the oil. That can also lead to increased wear in the engine as the oil does not flow as well as the engine would like. Often an increase in the quality of the oil used rather than the viscosity will be sufficient for many modified cars and that will actually give better protection as well as a slightly increased power output. What colour is oil? Automotive oils are naturally clear, not the amber colour that people assume they are. The reason they are often amber coloured is due to a dye manufacturers add and is only added as people assume oils should be a certain colour. There are many oils on the market that differ from the’norm’ and this is simply due to the addition of different coloured dyes. The dyes have no actual benefit to the oil, other than making it stand out as different to the rest. Why does my oil turn black? As well as lubricating an engine, another important feature of oil is that it cleans, removing combustion by-products from the engine and keeping them in suspension in the oil. This prevents the by-products from settling and building up as deposits in the engine. Should I use an oil flush? In the vast majority of cases, there is no need to flush the engine and flushing can be harmful. What can happen is the flush can loosen harmless deposits in the engine, but then not remove them. Your new oil goes in and after it gets warm and is flowing nicely, the bits which are loosened come off into the oil, so you end up with hard bits floating around in your oil – the last thing you want! If you really want to flush the oil system, the best thing you can do is drain out the oil that is in there, put in some basic mineral oil and run the car for a short while so the oil gets nice and warm. After running it, drain out the mineral oil and put in the correct oil. What oil should I use to run in an engine? A basic mineral oil should be used for running in as friction between the piston rings and cylinder linings is needed to allow the engine to bed in properly. If a synthetic oil is used, it prevents sufficient friction being generated and can lead to the bores becoming glazed. That causes a loss of power and increased oil consumption. We also sell specialist running in oil and trouble-shooting products to assist with running-in. My garage recommends a brand of oil in my car, you recommend something different. So is our recommendation safe to use? The item “K&N 61-6000 Flow Control K and N Original Assembly” is in sale since Friday, February 13, 2015. This item is in the category “Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Motorcycle Parts\Air Intake & Fuel Delivery\Air Filters”. The seller is “opieoils” and is located in Redruth, Cornwall. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, United States, Bahrain, Canada, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand, Israel, Hong Kong, Norway, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Bangladesh, Belize, Bolivia, Brunei darussalam, Dominica, Ecuador, Egypt, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Grenada, French guiana, Iceland, Jersey, Cambodia, Saint kitts and nevis, Liechtenstein, Macao, Monaco, Martinique, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Peru, Paraguay, Turks and caicos islands, Aruba, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Chile, Bahamas, Costa rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Kuwait, Panama, Philippines, Qatar, Trinidad and tobago, Uruguay, Viet nam, France, Jordan, Sri lanka, Antigua and barbuda, Bermuda, Barbados, Cayman islands, Saint lucia, Maldives, Oman, Reunion, South africa, Ukraine, Colombia, Montserrat.
  • Vehicle Type: Motorcycle
  • Air Filter Type: Custom Air Filter
  • Brand: K&N Filters
  • Part Manufacturer: K&N Filters
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 61-6000
  • MPN: 61-6000
  • Part Manufacturer Number: 61-6000
  • Unit Quantity: 1.00
  • Unit Type: Unit
  • EAN: 024844040329

K&N 61-6000 Flow Control K and N Original Assembly
K-N-RK-3933X-Intake-System-Harley-Davidson-01-ngur

K&N RK-3933X Intake System-Harley Davidson

K&N RK-3933X Intake System-Harley Davidson

K&N RK-3933X Intake System-Harley Davidson
K&N RK-3933X – Intake System-Harley Davidson. Over 10 Years Online. Experience is premium in the automotive business, and we have loads of it. Our experts are happy to answer your questions on oil or anything else we stock. Any damages, we replace, no quibbles. K&N Automotive Air Induction Kits. Engineered for specific vehicle design. Easy to Install, usually in 90 minutes or less! Use up to 100,000 miles before filter servicing is required. K&N design and manufacture high quality performance intake systems that offer one of the best cost to horsepower investments you can get. GENUINE UK STOCK – FRIENDLY, FREE ADVICE. K&N’s Street Metal Series High-Flow Air Intake Systems provide a good looking appearance, offer increased airflow and deliver more horsepower & torque to your Harley-Davidson motorcycle. These intake systems increase power by eliminating the stock OE air cleaner which is replaced by a complete high-flow K&N air intake system. This air intake system is constructed with an extra tall K&N air filter providing more air flow and longer service intervals than standard RK-series air intake filters. The extra tall air filter design is intended to be used on larger or custom engine builds that would benefit from higher levels of air flow. Installation is simple with a sturdy, custom aluminium backing plate that mounts directly to the throttle body via an aluminium integrated, internal-run breather system. A durable mounting gasket is also included to help absorb vibration. The K&N high-flow air filter is washable, reusable, pre-oiled and ready for installation. Simple designed custom covers give this air intake good looks while powering down the highway or at your local show. To help identify which performance intake kit fits your bike – we’re happy to help. Designed for Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Increase horsepower and torque. Extra tall air filter design provides even more air flow and longer service intervals than standard RK-series air intakes. Made in the U. Product Style: Motorcycle Intake System. Air Filter Colour: Red. Air Filter Material: Cotton Gauze. Weight: 4.5 lb (2 kg). Product Box Height: 4.88 in (124 mm). Product Box Length: 11.75 in (298 mm). Product Box Width: 9.5 in (241 mm). Air Filter Height: 3.125 in (79 mm). California Restricted: Not legal for sale or use in California. Mounting Hardware Included: Yes. Overall Height: 6 in (152 mm). Street Legal In All US States: No. TUV Approved (Europe): No. Fitment / Compatibility Details. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDWG DYNA WIDE GLIDE 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDLS LOW RIDER S 110 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDL DYNA LOW RIDER 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDF FAT BOB 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDB DYNA STREET BOB 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2016 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDWG DYNA WIDE GLIDE 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2016 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDL DYNA LOW RIDER 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2016 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDF FAT BOB 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2016 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDB DYNA STREET BOB 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2016 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLD SWITCHBACK 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXSB BREAKOUT 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDWG DYNA WIDE GLIDE 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDL DYNA LOW RIDER 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDF FAT BOB 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDB DYNA STREET BOB 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTN SOFTAIL DELUXE 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTFB SOFTAIL FAT BOY LO 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTF FAT BOY 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTC HERITAGE SOFTAIL CLASSIC 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLS SOFTAIL SLIM 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2015 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLD SWITCHBACK 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXSB BREAKOUT 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDWG DYNA WIDE GLIDE 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDL DYNA LOW RIDER 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDF FAT BOB 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDC DYNA SUPER GLIDE CUSTOM 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDB DYNA STREET BOB 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTN SOFTAIL DELUXE 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTFB SOFTAIL FAT BOY LO 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTF FAT BOY 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTC HERITAGE SOFTAIL CLASSIC 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLS SOFTAIL SLIM 103 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV App. OPIE OILS was established in 1925 and has been trading on the Internet since 2004. In this time we have become the UK’s largest independent online retailer of quality Oils and Fluids. We sell the most comprehensive range of quality and specialist oils for Cars and Bikes anywhere in Europe. We stock engine oils, gear oils, differential and axle oils, brake fluids, power steering fluids, coolants and workshop products from Castrol, Mobil, Shell, Fuchs, Silkolene, Motul, Millers Oils, Millers Classic Oils and Red Line. How long will it take to get my order? The majority of items are held in stock and dispatched from our UK warehouse. Monday to Friday inclusive, unless we contact you to advise otherwise. We may list products which are not held as stock and are special order items. Where can my order be delivered to? We regret that our couriers are not able to deliver to PO boxes, university campuses and military bases. How will I know when my order will arrive? We send hundreds of parcels every week. We know how to pack your parcel so that it reaches you safely. We use high quality, custom made boxes to enable us to pack orders sensibly, offering optimum protection against courier damage. If – despite our best efforts – any order is damaged, we’ll replace it without question! We always want you to be satisfied with your order and pride ourselves on our customer service. Our cancellation policy does not affect your rights when we are at fault, e. If goods are faulty or mis-described. If you cancel, you must return the goods to us at your own expense. If a fault is found later on or if you delay in making a complaint you will still be entitled to a replacement. We cannot accept responsibility for additional charges or consequential loss incurred if a product does not fit or does not give the desired results. Our liability is limited to the price paid for the goods only. In the unlikely event we have sent incorrect goods i. Not what you ordered as shown on your order confirmation. When the goods supplied do not fit your vehicle and we provided incorrect guidance to you as to which product/s were suitable. We ask that you return the goods in the original packaging, clean and resaleable. In any circumstance within 30 days of you receiving the goods. In the unlikely event that you are not 100% satisfied then please give us the opportunity to resolve any issues you may have before leaving feedback. To give you an idea, the weight of oil works out around 1 kg per Litre, that’s roughly 10 times the weight of a CD 5 litres = 50 CDs! This is to ensure our prices remain as competitive as possible. How long will it take for my order to arrive? The vast majority of items are held in stock and dispatched from our UK warehouse. Which Courier do you use? Please ensure someone is present to sign for the item. How can I return items that I have ordered in error? How do I get my Tracking No? To where can my order be delivered? Why is one synthetic oil so much more expensive than another? There are three types of synthetic oils; Hydrocracked, Polyalphaolefin (PAO) and Ester oils. All cheaper oils and the’synthetic’ component of part-synthetic or semi-synthetic oils are hydrocracked mineral oils. PAO synthetics are genuine, lab-made synthetic oils that are better lubricants than hydrocracked oils as they are built for their specific use, rather than the hydrocracked oils that are modified to perform a purpose. Ester based oils are the top end of oil technology and give the best protection available. The ester content (usually ester oils are mixed with PAO oils) has several functions that are very useful. Esters are electrostatically charged so they stick to metal surfaces, meaning that when the vehicle is started, there is already a layer of oil present. They are also more stable at higher temperatures, making them ideal as performance lubricants. The ester content also helps to make those oils better lubricants in general. Is it okay to mix oils? Mixing oil brands, types (synthetic, semi-synthetic and mineral) and viscosities is fine. There are a few exceptions;castor and plant based (as used in some biodegradable oils) are not safe to mix with conventional oils. The only problem with mixing oils is that the quality of the better oil is diluted by the lesser one. Do I need a diesel or petrol oil for my car? In the case of cars with diesel particulate filters (DPFs/FAPs), they will often need an oil that meets an ACEA C specification, which relates to low ash oils. The ACEA specification of an oil is always written on the bottle so long as it meets the spec! The use of oils that do not meet the correct ACEA C specification can result in the particulate filter becoming blocked, an expensive repair. Other than that, there isn’t really such a thing as a diesel engine oil as the vast majority of oils are suitable for both petrol and diesel engines, regardless of how they are marketed. If you look at the specifications listed on an oil, there is usually an ACEA A and an ACEA B specification. The A refers to petrol engine specifications and B to diesel. You will see that the numbers next to the letters are either the same or very close, meaning that the oil is suitable for both types of engine. How often should I change my oil? The life of the oil is dependent on many factors. Full synthetic oils last longer than semi-synthetics or mineral oils, so although they may cost more in the first place, a full synthetic can work out as a cheaper option in the long run. Many cars specify the use of full synthetic long-life oils and these may last over 20000 miles or up to 24 months. If the car is used on track, the oil is subjected to far harsher conditions than motorway use. That may mean that a good track oil will have broken down sufficiently to need changing after 10 hours of use, whereas the same oil would be good for over 100 hours of use on motorways. Short journeys are very hard on the oil as it does not get the chance to get warm and flow properly as well as acceleration and deceleration making the engine work harder. Motorway use is the easiest condition for oil, the speeds are fairly consistent and rarely push the engine hard, there is plenty of air flow to help cool the engine and the oil has a chance to get up to temperature and flow properly. Certain engines suffer from fuel dilution (fuel mixing with the oil) and that is one of the quickest ways that an oil can breakdown. Should I use an oil additive? Good quality engine oils already contain a complex additive pack including detergents and dispersants, anti-wear, anti-corrosion and anti-foaming additives. The only additives we sometimes advise using are the limited slip differential friction modifiers, for certain differentials, and engine oil additives to assist in the process of breaking in a new engine. My engine burns oil – should I use a thicker one? It depends on the engine, what sort of use it gets, how much oil is being used and type of oil being used. Certain engines really prefer a specific grade of oil to operate optimally, others aren’t so fussy. It’s best to ask us if you aren’t sure if your car can use a range of different viscosity oils. Most car manufacturers consider it acceptable for an engine to burn a litre of oil every 1000 miles or in some cases, 1000km. While topping up the oil at that frequency may be annoying and possibly expensive, there is generally nothing to worry about. Using a full synthetic oil may help to reduce oil consumption if a mineral or semi-synthetic oil is being used. Mineral based oils consist of a mix of different sized molecules and the smaller ones can evaporate and then burn relatively easily, increasing the rate of oil consumption. The molecules in synthetic oils are uniform, so they are less likely to evaporate and burn. My car is only being used on the road – do I need a full synthetic oil? It depends on the car. If a car requires a 0w-x grade of oil, then it must be a genuine synthetic oil as it is impossible to make an 0w viscosity oil from mineral oils. Even in cars that do not need oil that meet the above criteria, most of the time a synthetic oil is a preferable option as they give better protection and last longer. This is very relevant in engines used on track. Will using a certain oil help my engine to make more power? When a top quality oil of the correct viscosity is used, a vehicle may actually have a higher power output at the wheels than with other oils. The’gain’ in power is actually a reduction of the power lost in the engine. Internal resistance due to pumping losses and viscous drag and friction is where power is lost and minimising those will lead to more efficient running. Using a good oil reduces the friction as well as increases the protection. A common approach to lubricating a powerful engine is to use as thick an oil as is available, but that adds to the internal resistance as the engine has to work harder to move the oil. That can also lead to increased wear in the engine as the oil does not flow as well as the engine would like. Often an increase in the quality of the oil used rather than the viscosity will be sufficient for many modified cars and that will actually give better protection as well as a slightly increased power output. What colour is oil? Automotive oils are naturally clear, not the amber colour that people assume they are. The reason they are often amber coloured is due to a dye manufacturers add and is only added as people assume oils should be a certain colour. There are many oils on the market that differ from the’norm’ and this is simply due to the addition of different coloured dyes. The dyes have no actual benefit to the oil, other than making it stand out as different to the rest. Why does my oil turn black? As well as lubricating an engine, another important feature of oil is that it cleans, removing combustion by-products from the engine and keeping them in suspension in the oil. This prevents the by-products from settling and building up as deposits in the engine. Should I use an oil flush? In the vast majority of cases, there is no need to flush the engine and flushing can be harmful. What can happen is the flush can loosen harmless deposits in the engine, but then not remove them. Your new oil goes in and after it gets warm and is flowing nicely, the bits which are loosened come off into the oil, so you end up with hard bits floating around in your oil – the last thing you want! If you really want to flush the oil system, the best thing you can do is drain out the oil that is in there, put in some basic mineral oil and run the car for a short while so the oil gets nice and warm. After running it, drain out the mineral oil and put in the correct oil. What oil should I use to run in an engine? A basic mineral oil should be used for running in as friction between the piston rings and cylinder linings is needed to allow the engine to bed in properly. If a synthetic oil is used, it prevents sufficient friction being generated and can lead to the bores becoming glazed. That causes a loss of power and increased oil consumption. We also sell specialist running in oil and trouble-shooting products to assist with running-in. My garage recommends a brand of oil in my car, you recommend something different. So is our recommendation safe to use? The item “K&N RK-3933X Intake System-Harley Davidson” is in sale since Tuesday, November 21, 2017. This item is in the category “Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Car Parts\Air Intake & Fuel Delivery\Air Filters”. The seller is “opieoils” and is located in Redruth, Cornwall. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, United States, Bahrain, Canada, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Norway, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Bangladesh, Belize, Bolivia, Brunei darussalam, Dominica, Ecuador, Egypt, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Grenada, French guiana, Iceland, Jersey, Cambodia, Saint kitts and nevis, Liechtenstein, Macao, Monaco, Martinique, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Peru, Paraguay, Turks and caicos islands, Aruba, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Chile, Bahamas, Costa rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Kuwait, Panama, Philippines, Qatar, Trinidad and tobago, Uruguay, Viet nam, France, Antigua and barbuda, Bermuda, Barbados, Cayman islands, Jordan, Saint lucia, Sri lanka, Maldives, Oman, Reunion, South africa, Ukraine, Colombia, Montserrat.
  • Vehicle Type: Motorcycle
  • Air Filter Type: Fitted Air Filter
  • Brand: K&N Filters
  • Part Manufacturer: K&N Filters
  • Manufacturer Part Number: RK-3933X
  • MPN: RK-3933X
  • Part Manufacturer Number: RK-3933X
  • Unit Quantity: 1.00
  • Unit Type: Unit
  • EAN: 024844364272

K&N RK-3933X Intake System-Harley Davidson
K-N-Performance-Intake-Kit-57-1128-Fits-SUZUKI-LTR-450-Cold-Intake-01-brz

K&N Performance Intake Kit 57-1128 Fits SUZUKI LTR 450 Cold Intake

K&N Performance Intake Kit 57-1128 Fits SUZUKI LTR 450 Cold Intake

K&N Performance Intake Kit 57-1128 Fits SUZUKI LTR 450 Cold Intake
K&N Performance Intake Kit – 57-1128 – Fits SUZUKI LTR 450 – Cold Intake. Over 10 Years Online. Experience is premium in the automotive business, and we have loads of it. Our experts are happy to answer your questions on oil or anything else we stock. Any damages, we replace, no quibbles. GREAT SERVICE & SUPPORT – UK STOCK. K&N Performance Intake Kit – 57-1128 – Cold Induction Intake – Genuine Part. The K&N 57-1128 FIPK air intake system replaces the restrictive factory air filter and air intake housing in specific Suzuki LTR450 QuadRacer models. K&N air intakes are designed to dramatically reduce intake restriction as they smooth and straighten air flow. This allows your engine to inhale a larger amount of air with less effort than the factory air filter assembly. More air means more usable power and acceleration throughout the engine’s RPM range. This air intake comes with a chrome topped K&N high-flow air filter and a heat shield that installs into the original air box assembly space. Air is directed through an aerodynamically engineered intake tube into the engine’s throttle body for a guaranteed power gain. The tube accommodates the inlet air temperature sensor and crank case vent hose. The oversized cylindrical shaped air filter is washable and reusable: ideal for the dusty/dirty environments that the LTR450 QuadRacer is typically driven in. This air intake is relatively easy to install, usually in 90 minutes or lesswith a screwdriver, ratchet set and several wrenches. To help identify which performance intake kit fits your vehicle – we’re happy to help. Guaranteed to increase horsepower. Designed to improve throttle response and engine sound. Washable and reusable lifetime air filter. Replaces entire factory air intake system. Free-flowing high density polyethylene tube. Easy to install usually in 90 minutes or less. Air Filter Colour: Red. Air Filter Height: 5 in (127 mm). Air Filter Material: Cotton Gauze. Air Filter Outlet Shape: Round. CARB EO Number: D-269-51. Clamp Material: Stainless Steel. Intake Pipe Colour / Finish: Black. Intake Pipe Material: High-Density Polyethylene. Product Box Height: 8.5 in (216 mm). Product Box Length: 18.25 in (464 mm). Product Box Width: 14.5 in (368 mm). Product Style: Motorcycle Intake System. Street Legal In All US States: Yes. TUV Approved (Europe): No. Weight: 5.6 lb (2.5 kg). Fitment / Compatibility Details. 2008 SUZUKI LTR450 QUADRACER 450Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-51TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2007 SUZUKI LTR450 QUADRACER 450Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-51TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2006 SUZUKI LTR450 QUADRACER 450Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-51TUV Approved (Europe): No. OPIE OILS was established in 1925 and has been trading on the Internet since 2004. In this time we have become the UK’s largest independent online retailer of quality Oils and Fluids. We sell the most comprehensive range of quality and specialist oils for Cars and Bikes anywhere in Europe. We stock engine oils, gear oils, differential and axle oils, brake fluids, power steering fluids, coolants and workshop products from Castrol, Mobil, Shell, Fuchs, Silkolene, Motul, Millers Oils, Millers Classic Oils and Red Line. How long will it take to get my order? The majority of items are held in stock and dispatched from our UK warehouse. Monday to Friday inclusive, unless we contact you to advise otherwise. We may list products which are not held as stock and are special order items. Where can my order be delivered to? We regret that our couriers are not able to deliver to PO boxes, university campuses and military bases. How will I know when my order will arrive? We send hundreds of parcels every week. We know how to pack your parcel so that it reaches you safely. We use high quality, custom made boxes to enable us to pack orders sensibly, offering optimum protection against courier damage. If – despite our best efforts – any order is damaged, we’ll replace it without question! We always want you to be satisfied with your order and pride ourselves on our customer service. Our cancellation policy does not affect your rights when we are at fault, e. If goods are faulty or mis-described. If you cancel, you must return the goods to us at your own expense. If a fault is found later on or if you delay in making a complaint you will still be entitled to a replacement. We cannot accept responsibility for additional charges or consequential loss incurred if a product does not fit or does not give the desired results. Our liability is limited to the price paid for the goods only. In the unlikely event we have sent incorrect goods i. Not what you ordered as shown on your order confirmation. When the goods supplied do not fit your vehicle and we provided incorrect guidance to you as to which product/s were suitable. We ask that you return the goods in the original packaging, clean and resaleable. In any circumstance within 30 days of you receiving the goods. In the unlikely event that you are not 100% satisfied then please give us the opportunity to resolve any issues you may have before leaving feedback. To give you an idea, the weight of oil works out around 1 kg per Litre, that’s roughly 10 times the weight of a CD 5 litres = 50 CDs! This is to ensure our prices remain as competitive as possible. How long will it take for my order to arrive? The vast majority of items are held in stock and dispatched from our UK warehouse. Which Courier do you use? Please ensure someone is present to sign for the item. How can I return items that I have ordered in error? How do I get my Tracking No? To where can my order be delivered? Why is one synthetic oil so much more expensive than another? There are three types of synthetic oils; Hydrocracked, Polyalphaolefin (PAO) and Ester oils. All cheaper oils and the’synthetic’ component of part-synthetic or semi-synthetic oils are hydrocracked mineral oils. PAO synthetics are genuine, lab-made synthetic oils that are better lubricants than hydrocracked oils as they are built for their specific use, rather than the hydrocracked oils that are modified to perform a purpose. Ester based oils are the top end of oil technology and give the best protection available. The ester content (usually ester oils are mixed with PAO oils) has several functions that are very useful. Esters are electrostatically charged so they stick to metal surfaces, meaning that when the vehicle is started, there is already a layer of oil present. They are also more stable at higher temperatures, making them ideal as performance lubricants. The ester content also helps to make those oils better lubricants in general. Is it okay to mix oils? Mixing oil brands, types (synthetic, semi-synthetic and mineral) and viscosities is fine. There are a few exceptions;castor and plant based (as used in some biodegradable oils) are not safe to mix with conventional oils. The only problem with mixing oils is that the quality of the better oil is diluted by the lesser one. Do I need a diesel or petrol oil for my car? In the case of cars with diesel particulate filters (DPFs/FAPs), they will often need an oil that meets an ACEA C specification, which relates to low ash oils. The ACEA specification of an oil is always written on the bottle so long as it meets the spec! The use of oils that do not meet the correct ACEA C specification can result in the particulate filter becoming blocked, an expensive repair. Other than that, there isn’t really such a thing as a diesel engine oil as the vast majority of oils are suitable for both petrol and diesel engines, regardless of how they are marketed. If you look at the specifications listed on an oil, there is usually an ACEA A and an ACEA B specification. The A refers to petrol engine specifications and B to diesel. You will see that the numbers next to the letters are either the same or very close, meaning that the oil is suitable for both types of engine. How often should I change my oil? The life of the oil is dependent on many factors. Full synthetic oils last longer than semi-synthetics or mineral oils, so although they may cost more in the first place, a full synthetic can work out as a cheaper option in the long run. Many cars specify the use of full synthetic long-life oils and these may last over 20000 miles or up to 24 months. If the car is used on track, the oil is subjected to far harsher conditions than motorway use. That may mean that a good track oil will have broken down sufficiently to need changing after 10 hours of use, whereas the same oil would be good for over 100 hours of use on motorways. Short journeys are very hard on the oil as it does not get the chance to get warm and flow properly as well as acceleration and deceleration making the engine work harder. Motorway use is the easiest condition for oil, the speeds are fairly consistent and rarely push the engine hard, there is plenty of air flow to help cool the engine and the oil has a chance to get up to temperature and flow properly. Certain engines suffer from fuel dilution (fuel mixing with the oil) and that is one of the quickest ways that an oil can breakdown. Should I use an oil additive? Good quality engine oils already contain a complex additive pack including detergents and dispersants, anti-wear, anti-corrosion and anti-foaming additives. The only additives we sometimes advise using are the limited slip differential friction modifiers, for certain differentials, and engine oil additives to assist in the process of breaking in a new engine. My engine burns oil – should I use a thicker one? It depends on the engine, what sort of use it gets, how much oil is being used and type of oil being used. Certain engines really prefer a specific grade of oil to operate optimally, others aren’t so fussy. It’s best to ask us if you aren’t sure if your car can use a range of different viscosity oils. Most car manufacturers consider it acceptable for an engine to burn a litre of oil every 1000 miles or in some cases, 1000km. While topping up the oil at that frequency may be annoying and possibly expensive, there is generally nothing to worry about. Using a full synthetic oil may help to reduce oil consumption if a mineral or semi-synthetic oil is being used. Mineral based oils consist of a mix of different sized molecules and the smaller ones can evaporate and then burn relatively easily, increasing the rate of oil consumption. The molecules in synthetic oils are uniform, so they are less likely to evaporate and burn. My car is only being used on the road – do I need a full synthetic oil? It depends on the car. If a car requires a 0w-x grade of oil, then it must be a genuine synthetic oil as it is impossible to make an 0w viscosity oil from mineral oils. Even in cars that do not need oil that meet the above criteria, most of the time a synthetic oil is a preferable option as they give better protection and last longer. This is very relevant in engines used on track. Will using a certain oil help my engine to make more power? When a top quality oil of the correct viscosity is used, a vehicle may actually have a higher power output at the wheels than with other oils. The’gain’ in power is actually a reduction of the power lost in the engine. Internal resistance due to pumping losses and viscous drag and friction is where power is lost and minimising those will lead to more efficient running. Using a good oil reduces the friction as well as increases the protection. A common approach to lubricating a powerful engine is to use as thick an oil as is available, but that adds to the internal resistance as the engine has to work harder to move the oil. That can also lead to increased wear in the engine as the oil does not flow as well as the engine would like. Often an increase in the quality of the oil used rather than the viscosity will be sufficient for many modified cars and that will actually give better protection as well as a slightly increased power output. What colour is oil? Automotive oils are naturally clear, not the amber colour that people assume they are. The reason they are often amber coloured is due to a dye manufacturers add and is only added as people assume oils should be a certain colour. There are many oils on the market that differ from the’norm’ and this is simply due to the addition of different coloured dyes. The dyes have no actual benefit to the oil, other than making it stand out as different to the rest. Why does my oil turn black? As well as lubricating an engine, another important feature of oil is that it cleans, removing combustion by-products from the engine and keeping them in suspension in the oil. This prevents the by-products from settling and building up as deposits in the engine. Should I use an oil flush? In the vast majority of cases, there is no need to flush the engine and flushing can be harmful. What can happen is the flush can loosen harmless deposits in the engine, but then not remove them. Your new oil goes in and after it gets warm and is flowing nicely, the bits which are loosened come off into the oil, so you end up with hard bits floating around in your oil – the last thing you want! If you really want to flush the oil system, the best thing you can do is drain out the oil that is in there, put in some basic mineral oil and run the car for a short while so the oil gets nice and warm. After running it, drain out the mineral oil and put in the correct oil. What oil should I use to run in an engine? A basic mineral oil should be used for running in as friction between the piston rings and cylinder linings is needed to allow the engine to bed in properly. If a synthetic oil is used, it prevents sufficient friction being generated and can lead to the bores becoming glazed. That causes a loss of power and increased oil consumption. We also sell specialist running in oil and trouble-shooting products to assist with running-in. My garage recommends a brand of oil in my car, you recommend something different. So is our recommendation safe to use? The item “K&N Performance Intake Kit 57-1128 Fits SUZUKI LTR 450 Cold Intake” is in sale since Tuesday, November 21, 2017. This item is in the category “Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Car Parts\Air Intake & Fuel Delivery\Air Filters”. The seller is “opieoils” and is located in Redruth, Cornwall. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, United States, Bahrain, Canada, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Norway, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brunei darussalam, Ecuador, Egypt, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, French guiana, Iceland, Jersey, Cambodia, Liechtenstein, Macao, Monaco, Martinique, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Peru, Paraguay, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Chile, Bahamas, Costa rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Kuwait, Panama, Qatar, Trinidad and tobago, Uruguay, Viet nam, France, Antigua and barbuda, Belize, Bermuda, Barbados, Cayman islands, Dominica, Grenada, Jordan, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Sri lanka, Maldives, Oman, Reunion, Turks and caicos islands, Aruba, South africa, Ukraine, Colombia, Philippines, Montserrat.
  • Vehicle Type: Motorcycle
  • Air Filter Type: Fitted Air Filter
  • Brand: K&N Filters
  • Part Manufacturer: K&N Filters
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 57-1128
  • MPN: 57-1128
  • Part Manufacturer Number: 57-1128
  • Unit Quantity: 1.00
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K&N Performance Intake Kit 57-1128 Fits SUZUKI LTR 450 Cold Intake
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K&N Performance Intake Kit 57-1126P Fits Harley Davidson

K&N Performance Intake Kit 57-1126P Fits Harley Davidson

K&N Performance Intake Kit 57-1126P Fits Harley Davidson
K&N Performance Intake Kit – 57-1126P – Fits Harley Davidson. Over 10 Years Online. Experience is premium in the automotive business, and we have loads of it. Our experts are happy to answer your questions on oil or anything else we stock. Any damages, we replace, no quibbles. GREAT SERVICE & SUPPORT – UK STOCK. K&N Performance Intake Kit – 57-1126P – Cold Induction Intake – Genuine Part. The K&N 57-1126P fits some Harley Davidson XL1200C Sportster Custom, Harley Davidson XL1200V Seventy-Two, Harley Davidson XL1200X Forty-Eight, Harley Davidson XL883 Sportster, Harley Davidson XL883C Sportster Custom, Harley Davidson XL883L Sportster Low, Harley Davidson XL883N Iron, and Harley Davidson XL883R Sportster models. K&N FIPK air intakes for select Harley-Davidson® Touring, Softail, Twin-Cam and Sportster motorcycle models increase power by eliminating the restrictive stock OE air cleaner and replacing it with a K&N high-flow air filter and mandrel bent aluminum intake tube. These intakes come with a billet aluminum throttle-body mounting plate and mounting hardware. K&N high-flow intake systems give your Harley an aggressive appearance while providing a significant increase in airflow resulting in more power. These K&N air intakes are street legal in all 50 states. To help identify which performance intake kit fits your vehicle – we’re happy to help. Guaranteed to increase horsepower. Designed to improve throttle response and engine sound. Aluminium tube with high quality finish. Washable and reusable lifetime air filter. Street legal in all 50 states. Lasts up to 100,000 miles before service is required (depending on driving conditions). Easy to install usually in 90 minutes or less. Air Filter Colour: Red. Air Filter Height: 6 in (152 mm). Air Filter Material: Cotton Gauze. Air Filter Outlet Shape: Round. CARB EO Number: D-269-55. Clamp Material: Stainless Steel. Clamp Style: Worm Gear. Intake Pipe Colour / Finish: Polished. Intake Pipe Material: Aluminium. Product Box Height: 4.88 in (124 mm). Product Box Length: 11.75 in (298 mm). Product Box Width: 9.5 in (241 mm). Product Style: Motorcycle Intake System. Street Legal In All US States: Yes. TUV Approved (Europe): No. Weight: 3 lb (1.4 kg). Fitment / Compatibility Details. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL883N IRON 54 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL1200X FORTY-EIGHT 74 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL1200V SEVENTY-TWO 74 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2014 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL1200C SPORTSTER CUSTOM 74 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2013 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL883N IRON 54 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2013 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL1200X FORTY-EIGHT 74 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2013 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL1200V SEVENTY-TWO 74 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2013 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL1200C SPORTSTER CUSTOM 74 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2012 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL883N IRON 54 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2012 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL1200X FORTY-EIGHT 74 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2012 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL1200V SEVENTY-TWO 74 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2012 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL1200C SPORTSTER CUSTOM 74 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2011 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL883N IRON 54 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2011 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL1200C SPORTSTER CUSTOM 74 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2010 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL883N IRON 54 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2010 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL883L SPORTSTER LOW 54 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2010 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL883C SPORTSTER CUSTOM 54 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2010 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL1200C SPORTSTER CUSTOM 74 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2009 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL883N IRON 54 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2009 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL883L SPORTSTER LOW 54 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2009 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL883C SPORTSTER CUSTOM 54 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2009 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL1200C SPORTSTER CUSTOM 74 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2008 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL883L SPORTSTER LOW 54 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2008 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL883C SPORTSTER CUSTOM 54 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2008 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL883 SPORTSTER 54 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2008 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL1200C SPORTSTER CUSTOM 74 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2007 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL883R SPORTSTER 54 CI – Street Legal In All US States: Yes CARB EO Number: D-269-55TUV Appr. OPIE OILS was established in 1925 and has been trading on the Internet since 2004. In this time we have become the UK’s largest independent online retailer of quality Oils and Fluids. We sell the most comprehensive range of quality and specialist oils for Cars and Bikes anywhere in Europe. We stock engine oils, gear oils, differential and axle oils, brake fluids, power steering fluids, coolants and workshop products from Castrol, Mobil, Shell, Fuchs, Silkolene, Motul, Millers Oils, Millers Classic Oils and Red Line. How long will it take to get my order? The majority of items are held in stock and dispatched from our UK warehouse. Monday to Friday inclusive, unless we contact you to advise otherwise. We may list products which are not held as stock and are special order items. Where can my order be delivered to? We regret that our couriers are not able to deliver to PO boxes, university campuses and military bases. How will I know when my order will arrive? We send hundreds of parcels every week. We know how to pack your parcel so that it reaches you safely. We use high quality, custom made boxes to enable us to pack orders sensibly, offering optimum protection against courier damage. If – despite our best efforts – any order is damaged, we’ll replace it without question! We always want you to be satisfied with your order and pride ourselves on our customer service. Our cancellation policy does not affect your rights when we are at fault, e. If goods are faulty or mis-described. If you cancel, you must return the goods to us at your own expense. If a fault is found later on or if you delay in making a complaint you will still be entitled to a replacement. We cannot accept responsibility for additional charges or consequential loss incurred if a product does not fit or does not give the desired results. Our liability is limited to the price paid for the goods only. In the unlikely event we have sent incorrect goods i. Not what you ordered as shown on your order confirmation. When the goods supplied do not fit your vehicle and we provided incorrect guidance to you as to which product/s were suitable. We ask that you return the goods in the original packaging, clean and resaleable. In any circumstance within 30 days of you receiving the goods. In the unlikely event that you are not 100% satisfied then please give us the opportunity to resolve any issues you may have before leaving feedback. To give you an idea, the weight of oil works out around 1 kg per Litre, that’s roughly 10 times the weight of a CD 5 litres = 50 CDs! This is to ensure our prices remain as competitive as possible. How long will it take for my order to arrive? The vast majority of items are held in stock and dispatched from our UK warehouse. Which Courier do you use? Please ensure someone is present to sign for the item. How can I return items that I have ordered in error? How do I get my Tracking No? To where can my order be delivered? Why is one synthetic oil so much more expensive than another? There are three types of synthetic oils; Hydrocracked, Polyalphaolefin (PAO) and Ester oils. All cheaper oils and the’synthetic’ component of part-synthetic or semi-synthetic oils are hydrocracked mineral oils. PAO synthetics are genuine, lab-made synthetic oils that are better lubricants than hydrocracked oils as they are built for their specific use, rather than the hydrocracked oils that are modified to perform a purpose. Ester based oils are the top end of oil technology and give the best protection available. The ester content (usually ester oils are mixed with PAO oils) has several functions that are very useful. Esters are electrostatically charged so they stick to metal surfaces, meaning that when the vehicle is started, there is already a layer of oil present. They are also more stable at higher temperatures, making them ideal as performance lubricants. The ester content also helps to make those oils better lubricants in general. Is it okay to mix oils? Mixing oil brands, types (synthetic, semi-synthetic and mineral) and viscosities is fine. There are a few exceptions;castor and plant based (as used in some biodegradable oils) are not safe to mix with conventional oils. The only problem with mixing oils is that the quality of the better oil is diluted by the lesser one. Do I need a diesel or petrol oil for my car? In the case of cars with diesel particulate filters (DPFs/FAPs), they will often need an oil that meets an ACEA C specification, which relates to low ash oils. The ACEA specification of an oil is always written on the bottle so long as it meets the spec! The use of oils that do not meet the correct ACEA C specification can result in the particulate filter becoming blocked, an expensive repair. Other than that, there isn’t really such a thing as a diesel engine oil as the vast majority of oils are suitable for both petrol and diesel engines, regardless of how they are marketed. If you look at the specifications listed on an oil, there is usually an ACEA A and an ACEA B specification. The A refers to petrol engine specifications and B to diesel. You will see that the numbers next to the letters are either the same or very close, meaning that the oil is suitable for both types of engine. How often should I change my oil? The life of the oil is dependent on many factors. Full synthetic oils last longer than semi-synthetics or mineral oils, so although they may cost more in the first place, a full synthetic can work out as a cheaper option in the long run. Many cars specify the use of full synthetic long-life oils and these may last over 20000 miles or up to 24 months. If the car is used on track, the oil is subjected to far harsher conditions than motorway use. That may mean that a good track oil will have broken down sufficiently to need changing after 10 hours of use, whereas the same oil would be good for over 100 hours of use on motorways. Short journeys are very hard on the oil as it does not get the chance to get warm and flow properly as well as acceleration and deceleration making the engine work harder. Motorway use is the easiest condition for oil, the speeds are fairly consistent and rarely push the engine hard, there is plenty of air flow to help cool the engine and the oil has a chance to get up to temperature and flow properly. Certain engines suffer from fuel dilution (fuel mixing with the oil) and that is one of the quickest ways that an oil can breakdown. Should I use an oil additive? Good quality engine oils already contain a complex additive pack including detergents and dispersants, anti-wear, anti-corrosion and anti-foaming additives. The only additives we sometimes advise using are the limited slip differential friction modifiers, for certain differentials, and engine oil additives to assist in the process of breaking in a new engine. My engine burns oil – should I use a thicker one? It depends on the engine, what sort of use it gets, how much oil is being used and type of oil being used. Certain engines really prefer a specific grade of oil to operate optimally, others aren’t so fussy. It’s best to ask us if you aren’t sure if your car can use a range of different viscosity oils. Most car manufacturers consider it acceptable for an engine to burn a litre of oil every 1000 miles or in some cases, 1000km. While topping up the oil at that frequency may be annoying and possibly expensive, there is generally nothing to worry about. Using a full synthetic oil may help to reduce oil consumption if a mineral or semi-synthetic oil is being used. Mineral based oils consist of a mix of different sized molecules and the smaller ones can evaporate and then burn relatively easily, increasing the rate of oil consumption. The molecules in synthetic oils are uniform, so they are less likely to evaporate and burn. My car is only being used on the road – do I need a full synthetic oil? It depends on the car. If a car requires a 0w-x grade of oil, then it must be a genuine synthetic oil as it is impossible to make an 0w viscosity oil from mineral oils. Even in cars that do not need oil that meet the above criteria, most of the time a synthetic oil is a preferable option as they give better protection and last longer. This is very relevant in engines used on track. Will using a certain oil help my engine to make more power? When a top quality oil of the correct viscosity is used, a vehicle may actually have a higher power output at the wheels than with other oils. The’gain’ in power is actually a reduction of the power lost in the engine. Internal resistance due to pumping losses and viscous drag and friction is where power is lost and minimising those will lead to more efficient running. Using a good oil reduces the friction as well as increases the protection. A common approach to lubricating a powerful engine is to use as thick an oil as is available, but that adds to the internal resistance as the engine has to work harder to move the oil. That can also lead to increased wear in the engine as the oil does not flow as well as the engine would like. Often an increase in the quality of the oil used rather than the viscosity will be sufficient for many modified cars and that will actually give better protection as well as a slightly increased power output. What colour is oil? Automotive oils are naturally clear, not the amber colour that people assume they are. The reason they are often amber coloured is due to a dye manufacturers add and is only added as people assume oils should be a certain colour. There are many oils on the market that differ from the’norm’ and this is simply due to the addition of different coloured dyes. The dyes have no actual benefit to the oil, other than making it stand out as different to the rest. Why does my oil turn black? As well as lubricating an engine, another important feature of oil is that it cleans, removing combustion by-products from the engine and keeping them in suspension in the oil. This prevents the by-products from settling and building up as deposits in the engine. Should I use an oil flush? In the vast majority of cases, there is no need to flush the engine and flushing can be harmful. What can happen is the flush can loosen harmless deposits in the engine, but then not remove them. Your new oil goes in and after it gets warm and is flowing nicely, the bits which are loosened come off into the oil, so you end up with hard bits floating around in your oil – the last thing you want! If you really want to flush the oil system, the best thing you can do is drain out the oil that is in there, put in some basic mineral oil and run the car for a short while so the oil gets nice and warm. After running it, drain out the mineral oil and put in the correct oil. What oil should I use to run in an engine? A basic mineral oil should be used for running in as friction between the piston rings and cylinder linings is needed to allow the engine to bed in properly. If a synthetic oil is used, it prevents sufficient friction being generated and can lead to the bores becoming glazed. That causes a loss of power and increased oil consumption. We also sell specialist running in oil and trouble-shooting products to assist with running-in. My garage recommends a brand of oil in my car, you recommend something different. So is our recommendation safe to use? The item “K&N Performance Intake Kit 57-1126P Fits Harley Davidson” is in sale since Tuesday, November 21, 2017. This item is in the category “Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Car Parts\Air Intake & Fuel Delivery\Air Filters”. The seller is “opieoils” and is located in Redruth, Cornwall. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, United States, Bahrain, Canada, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Norway, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brunei darussalam, Ecuador, Egypt, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, French guiana, Iceland, Jersey, Cambodia, Liechtenstein, Macao, Monaco, Martinique, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Peru, Paraguay, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Chile, Bahamas, Costa rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Kuwait, Panama, Qatar, Trinidad and tobago, Uruguay, Viet nam, France, Bermuda, Barbados, Cayman islands, Jordan, Sri lanka, Maldives, Oman, Reunion, South africa, Ukraine, Colombia.
  • Vehicle Type: Motorcycle
  • Air Filter Type: Fitted Air Filter
  • Brand: K&N Filters
  • Part Manufacturer: K&N Filters
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 57-1126P
  • MPN: 57-1126P
  • Part Manufacturer Number: 57-1126P
  • Unit Quantity: 1.00
  • Unit Type: Unit
  • EAN: 024844363695

K&N Performance Intake Kit 57-1126P Fits Harley Davidson
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K&N RK-3948B Intake System-Harley Davidson

K&N RK-3948B Intake System-Harley Davidson

K&N RK-3948B Intake System-Harley Davidson
K&N RK-3948B – Intake System-Harley Davidson. Over 10 Years Online. Experience is premium in the automotive business, and we have loads of it. Our experts are happy to answer your questions on oil or anything else we stock. Any damages, we replace, no quibbles. K&N Automotive Air Induction Kits. Engineered for specific vehicle design. Easy to Install, usually in 90 minutes or less! Use up to 100,000 miles before filter servicing is required. K&N design and manufacture high quality performance intake systems that offer one of the best cost to horsepower investments you can get. GENUINE UK STOCK – FAST DISPATCH. The K&N RK-3948B fits some Harley Davidson FLHR Road King, Harley Davidson FLHTCU Electra Glide Ultra Classic, Harley Davidson FLHTCUTG Tri Glide Ultra, Harley Davidson FLHTK Ultra Limited, Harley Davidson FLHTKL Ultra Limited Low, Harley Davidson FLHX Street Glide, Harley Davidson FLHXS Street Glide Special, Harley Davidson FLRT Freewheeler, Harley Davidson FLTRU Road Glide Ultra, Harley Davidson FLTRX Road Glide, and Harley Davidson FLTRXS Road Glide Special models. K&N’s Street Metal Series High-Flow Air Intake Systems provide a good looking appearance, offer increased airflow and deliver more horsepower & torque to your Harley-Davidson motorcycle. These intake systems increase power by eliminating the stock OE air cleaner and replacing it with a complete high-flow air intake system. The sturdy, custom aluminium backing plate mounts directly to the throttle body via an aluminium integrated, internal-run breather system. At the heart of this system is K&N’s Air Filter which offers increased air flow, long service intervals, and is pre-oiled ready to be installed. The black custom cover plate with chrome accents gives this air intake good looks while powering down the highway or at your local show. To help identify which performance intake kit fits your bike – we’re happy to help. Designed for Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Black Cover Plate with Chrome Accents. Increase horsepower and torque. Air Filter Colour: Red. Air Filter Material: Cotton Gauze. Product Style: Motorcycle Intake System. Air Filter Height: 2.188 in (56 mm). Street Legal In All US States: No. TUV Approved (Europe): No. Overall Height: 2.281 in (58 mm). Weight: 5.4 lb (2.5 kg). Product Box Height: 4.88 in (124 mm). Product Box Length: 11.75 in (298 mm). Product Box Width: 9.5 in (241 mm). California Restricted: Not legal for sale or use in California. Mounting Hardware Included: Yes. Fitment / Compatibility Details. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLTRXS ROAD GLIDE SPECIAL 107 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLTRX ROAD GLIDE 107 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLTRU ROAD GLIDE ULTRA 107 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLRT FREEWHEELER 107 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLHXS STREET GLIDE SPECIAL 107 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLHX STREET GLIDE 107 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLHTKL ULTRA LIMITED LOW 107 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLHTK ULTRA LIMITED 107 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLHTCUTG TRI GLIDE ULTRA 107 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLHTCU ELECTRA GLIDE ULTRA CLASSIC 107 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. 2017 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLHR ROAD KING 107 CI – All – Street Legal In All US States: No – TUV Approved (Europe): No. OPIE OILS was established in 1925 and has been trading on the Internet since 2004. In this time we have become the UK’s largest independent online retailer of quality Oils and Fluids. We sell the most comprehensive range of quality and specialist oils for Cars and Bikes anywhere in Europe. We stock engine oils, gear oils, differential and axle oils, brake fluids, power steering fluids, coolants and workshop products from Castrol, Mobil, Shell, Fuchs, Silkolene, Motul, Millers Oils, Millers Classic Oils and Red Line. How long will it take to get my order? The majority of items are held in stock and dispatched from our UK warehouse. Monday to Friday inclusive, unless we contact you to advise otherwise. We may list products which are not held as stock and are special order items. Where can my order be delivered to? We regret that our couriers are not able to deliver to PO boxes, university campuses and military bases. How will I know when my order will arrive? We send hundreds of parcels every week. We know how to pack your parcel so that it reaches you safely. We use high quality, custom made boxes to enable us to pack orders sensibly, offering optimum protection against courier damage. If – despite our best efforts – any order is damaged, we’ll replace it without question! We always want you to be satisfied with your order and pride ourselves on our customer service. Our cancellation policy does not affect your rights when we are at fault, e. If goods are faulty or mis-described. If you cancel, you must return the goods to us at your own expense. If a fault is found later on or if you delay in making a complaint you will still be entitled to a replacement. We cannot accept responsibility for additional charges or consequential loss incurred if a product does not fit or does not give the desired results. Our liability is limited to the price paid for the goods only. In the unlikely event we have sent incorrect goods i. Not what you ordered as shown on your order confirmation. When the goods supplied do not fit your vehicle and we provided incorrect guidance to you as to which product/s were suitable. We ask that you return the goods in the original packaging, clean and resaleable. In any circumstance within 30 days of you receiving the goods. In the unlikely event that you are not 100% satisfied then please give us the opportunity to resolve any issues you may have before leaving feedback. To give you an idea, the weight of oil works out around 1 kg per Litre, that’s roughly 10 times the weight of a CD 5 litres = 50 CDs! This is to ensure our prices remain as competitive as possible. How long will it take for my order to arrive? The vast majority of items are held in stock and dispatched from our UK warehouse. Which Courier do you use? Please ensure someone is present to sign for the item. How can I return items that I have ordered in error? How do I get my Tracking No? To where can my order be delivered? Why is one synthetic oil so much more expensive than another? There are three types of synthetic oils; Hydrocracked, Polyalphaolefin (PAO) and Ester oils. All cheaper oils and the’synthetic’ component of part-synthetic or semi-synthetic oils are hydrocracked mineral oils. PAO synthetics are genuine, lab-made synthetic oils that are better lubricants than hydrocracked oils as they are built for their specific use, rather than the hydrocracked oils that are modified to perform a purpose. Ester based oils are the top end of oil technology and give the best protection available. The ester content (usually ester oils are mixed with PAO oils) has several functions that are very useful. Esters are electrostatically charged so they stick to metal surfaces, meaning that when the vehicle is started, there is already a layer of oil present. They are also more stable at higher temperatures, making them ideal as performance lubricants. The ester content also helps to make those oils better lubricants in general. Is it okay to mix oils? Mixing oil brands, types (synthetic, semi-synthetic and mineral) and viscosities is fine. There are a few exceptions;castor and plant based (as used in some biodegradable oils) are not safe to mix with conventional oils. The only problem with mixing oils is that the quality of the better oil is diluted by the lesser one. Do I need a diesel or petrol oil for my car? In the case of cars with diesel particulate filters (DPFs/FAPs), they will often need an oil that meets an ACEA C specification, which relates to low ash oils. The ACEA specification of an oil is always written on the bottle so long as it meets the spec! The use of oils that do not meet the correct ACEA C specification can result in the particulate filter becoming blocked, an expensive repair. Other than that, there isn’t really such a thing as a diesel engine oil as the vast majority of oils are suitable for both petrol and diesel engines, regardless of how they are marketed. If you look at the specifications listed on an oil, there is usually an ACEA A and an ACEA B specification. The A refers to petrol engine specifications and B to diesel. You will see that the numbers next to the letters are either the same or very close, meaning that the oil is suitable for both types of engine. How often should I change my oil? The life of the oil is dependent on many factors. Full synthetic oils last longer than semi-synthetics or mineral oils, so although they may cost more in the first place, a full synthetic can work out as a cheaper option in the long run. Many cars specify the use of full synthetic long-life oils and these may last over 20000 miles or up to 24 months. If the car is used on track, the oil is subjected to far harsher conditions than motorway use. That may mean that a good track oil will have broken down sufficiently to need changing after 10 hours of use, whereas the same oil would be good for over 100 hours of use on motorways. Short journeys are very hard on the oil as it does not get the chance to get warm and flow properly as well as acceleration and deceleration making the engine work harder. Motorway use is the easiest condition for oil, the speeds are fairly consistent and rarely push the engine hard, there is plenty of air flow to help cool the engine and the oil has a chance to get up to temperature and flow properly. Certain engines suffer from fuel dilution (fuel mixing with the oil) and that is one of the quickest ways that an oil can breakdown. Should I use an oil additive? Good quality engine oils already contain a complex additive pack including detergents and dispersants, anti-wear, anti-corrosion and anti-foaming additives. The only additives we sometimes advise using are the limited slip differential friction modifiers, for certain differentials, and engine oil additives to assist in the process of breaking in a new engine. My engine burns oil – should I use a thicker one? It depends on the engine, what sort of use it gets, how much oil is being used and type of oil being used. Certain engines really prefer a specific grade of oil to operate optimally, others aren’t so fussy. It’s best to ask us if you aren’t sure if your car can use a range of different viscosity oils. Most car manufacturers consider it acceptable for an engine to burn a litre of oil every 1000 miles or in some cases, 1000km. While topping up the oil at that frequency may be annoying and possibly expensive, there is generally nothing to worry about. Using a full synthetic oil may help to reduce oil consumption if a mineral or semi-synthetic oil is being used. Mineral based oils consist of a mix of different sized molecules and the smaller ones can evaporate and then burn relatively easily, increasing the rate of oil consumption. The molecules in synthetic oils are uniform, so they are less likely to evaporate and burn. My car is only being used on the road – do I need a full synthetic oil? It depends on the car. If a car requires a 0w-x grade of oil, then it must be a genuine synthetic oil as it is impossible to make an 0w viscosity oil from mineral oils. Even in cars that do not need oil that meet the above criteria, most of the time a synthetic oil is a preferable option as they give better protection and last longer. This is very relevant in engines used on track. Will using a certain oil help my engine to make more power? When a top quality oil of the correct viscosity is used, a vehicle may actually have a higher power output at the wheels than with other oils. The’gain’ in power is actually a reduction of the power lost in the engine. Internal resistance due to pumping losses and viscous drag and friction is where power is lost and minimising those will lead to more efficient running. Using a good oil reduces the friction as well as increases the protection. A common approach to lubricating a powerful engine is to use as thick an oil as is available, but that adds to the internal resistance as the engine has to work harder to move the oil. That can also lead to increased wear in the engine as the oil does not flow as well as the engine would like. Often an increase in the quality of the oil used rather than the viscosity will be sufficient for many modified cars and that will actually give better protection as well as a slightly increased power output. What colour is oil? Automotive oils are naturally clear, not the amber colour that people assume they are. The reason they are often amber coloured is due to a dye manufacturers add and is only added as people assume oils should be a certain colour. There are many oils on the market that differ from the’norm’ and this is simply due to the addition of different coloured dyes. The dyes have no actual benefit to the oil, other than making it stand out as different to the rest. Why does my oil turn black? As well as lubricating an engine, another important feature of oil is that it cleans, removing combustion by-products from the engine and keeping them in suspension in the oil. This prevents the by-products from settling and building up as deposits in the engine. Should I use an oil flush? In the vast majority of cases, there is no need to flush the engine and flushing can be harmful. What can happen is the flush can loosen harmless deposits in the engine, but then not remove them. Your new oil goes in and after it gets warm and is flowing nicely, the bits which are loosened come off into the oil, so you end up with hard bits floating around in your oil – the last thing you want! If you really want to flush the oil system, the best thing you can do is drain out the oil that is in there, put in some basic mineral oil and run the car for a short while so the oil gets nice and warm. After running it, drain out the mineral oil and put in the correct oil. What oil should I use to run in an engine? A basic mineral oil should be used for running in as friction between the piston rings and cylinder linings is needed to allow the engine to bed in properly. If a synthetic oil is used, it prevents sufficient friction being generated and can lead to the bores becoming glazed. That causes a loss of power and increased oil consumption. We also sell specialist running in oil and trouble-shooting products to assist with running-in. My garage recommends a brand of oil in my car, you recommend something different. So is our recommendation safe to use? The item “K&N RK-3948B Intake System-Harley Davidson” is in sale since Monday, July 23, 2018. This item is in the category “Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Car Parts\Air Intake & Fuel Delivery\Air Filters”. The seller is “opieoils” and is located in Redruth, Cornwall. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, United States, Bahrain, Canada, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Norway, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brunei darussalam, Ecuador, Egypt, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, French guiana, Iceland, Jersey, Cambodia, Liechtenstein, Macao, Monaco, Martinique, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Peru, Paraguay, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Chile, Bahamas, Costa rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Kuwait, Panama, Qatar, Trinidad and tobago, Uruguay, Viet nam, Bermuda, Barbados, Cayman islands, Jordan, Sri lanka, Maldives, Oman, Reunion, South africa, Ukraine, Colombia.
  • Vehicle Type: Motorcycle
  • Air Filter Type: Fitted Air Filter
  • Brand: K&N Filters
  • Part Manufacturer: K&N Filters
  • Manufacturer Part Number: RK-3948B
  • MPN: RK-3948B
  • Part Manufacturer Number: RK-3948B
  • Unit Quantity: 1.00
  • Unit Type: Unit
  • EAN: 024844366221

K&N RK-3948B Intake System-Harley Davidson
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1x Air Filter For DKW 250, 350 NZ Motorcycles, New, Reproduction, Steel Polished

1x Air Filter For DKW 250, 350 NZ Motorcycles, New, Reproduction, Steel Polished
1x Air Filter For DKW 250, 350 NZ Motorcycles, New, Reproduction, Steel Polished
1x Air Filter For DKW 250, 350 NZ Motorcycles, New, Reproduction, Steel Polished

1x Air Filter For DKW 250, 350 NZ Motorcycles, New, Reproduction, Steel Polished
1x Air Filter For DKW 250, 350 NZ Motorcycles, New, Reproduction, Steel Polished. The description of this item has been automatically translated. DKW 250, 350 NZ motorcycles. Status: New – replica Material: Polished stainless steel. 1 x air filter (stainless steel). As requested on account. Invoice with 19% VAT. SP 103 441 78081. Teilebereich Cockpit & Instrumente. The item “1x Air Filter For DKW 250, 350 NZ Motorcycles, New, Reproduction, Steel Polished” is in sale since Sunday, May 19, 2019. This item is in the category “Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Motorcycle Parts\Engines & Engine Parts\Other Engine Parts”. The seller is “sp-de” and is located in BERLIN. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.
  • Component: Motor & Drive
  • Parts Component Cockpit & Instruments: Air Filters
  • Type: Vintage Motorcycle
  • Manufacturer: Spare parts of Classic car parts-s
  • Brand: Unbranded
  • Manufacturer Part Number: Does not apply

1x Air Filter For DKW 250, 350 NZ Motorcycles, New, Reproduction, Steel Polished