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Old 03-09-2013, 12:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Talking I need a new filter for my Screaming Eagle Stage 1 Air filter

I have a 2009 FLHR (Road Kind) with the Stage-1 kit breather kit. Not the football or Oval one but the round one.

What's the latest and recommend replacement air filter element for my screaming eagle stage 1 breather these days? (Note It's not a heavy breather) I have the white element, err.. well it's dirty and black and no longer whit these days.

I recall that there were K&N's, HD Factory ones, an all metal screened one, and Green one, and a Red one.



If you don't mind list the maker, part number, and price for me of that one that you recommend.
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Old 03-09-2013, 01:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Make sure what element you have. If it is the fiber glass HD one all you do is gently wash it and put it back when dry. If it paper you replace it.
If it is the oil type you wash and lightly re-oil.
Post a picture of yours.
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Old 03-09-2013, 03:24 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I would replace it with a K&N filter. If you can post the part number of your filter...I can cross reference it with the K&N.
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Chance are very good yours is the fiber glass if so why would to replace a perfectly good filter that is just do for a cleaning.
Yours should be the one you can clean it does not get Oiled.. Wash in a light soap mix by dipping and rinse the same way allow to dry your good to go.
Unless it has so many miles on it hat it is coming a part .
That filter has a higher rating than the KN oiled one does.
The paper ones do not have the screen on them. Those are the trow away.
Is this the one you have if so clean it put it back. If not post what you have
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I have a 2009 FLHR (Road Kind) with the Stage-1 kit breather kit. Not the football or Oval one but the round one.

What's the latest and recommend replacement air filter element for my screaming eagle stage 1 breather these days? (Note It's not a heavy breather) I have the white element, err.. well it's dirty and black and no longer whit these days.

I recall that there were K&N's, HD Factory ones, an all metal screened one, and Green one, and a Red one.



If you don't mind list the maker, part number, and price for me of that one that you recommend.
I would just replace it with a K&N filter and be done with it. Go to the K&N website and you should be able to find a replacement.
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Yesirree, get yourself a K&N. I'd get two so you'll always have a clean one to change out.
I had the white non-paper, non-oil element...it developed holes when I ran the filter uncovered. No such issues with the K&N.
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[QUOTE=RogerDodger;2234680]Yesirree, get yourself a K&N. I'd get two so you'll always have a clean one to change out.
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At the price of a K&N filter and the long life of a K&N, it would be an expensive filter to have a "extra" K&N filter just laying around.
It doesn't take long to clean one.

Look at the metal frame of the filter when you have the cover off.
The Harley filter will tell you it can be cleaned and do not oil if a Harley filter.

A K&N should have a pink tint from earlier oiling.
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Old 03-12-2013, 10:27 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Yesirree, get yourself a K&N. I'd get two so you'll always have a clean one to change out.
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At the price of a K&N filter and the long life of a K&N, it would be an expensive filter to have a "extra" K&N filter just laying around.
It doesn't take long to clean one.

Look at the metal frame of the filter when you have the cover off.
The Harley filter will tell you it can be cleaned and do not oil if a Harley filter.

A K&N should have a pink tint from earlier oiling.

when you think about it Gus....cleaning isn't the problem - drying time is. (I avoid both and only change them once per year.) Ya, you can speed up the drying process with the wife's hair dryer but even then you're looking at close to an hour to complete the entire cycle.
If you have a clean one ready, the dirty one has lot's of time to dry. And they really aren't that expensive at under $50 each.
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All comes under planning.
When I clean my filter, I know it won't be ready right away.
Bike gets oils changed, lights checked over, etc.

I clean the filter first and I plan to not be riding soon.
I know it takes time to dry.
I just plan accordingly.
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All comes under planning.
When I clean my filter, I know it won't be ready right away.
Bike gets oils changed, lights checked over, etc.

I clean the filter first and I plan to not be riding soon.
I know it takes time to dry.
I just plan accordingly.

Good on ya Gus - you've got that planning thing down pat.

Me, I like to ride right away so I have an extra filter - I planned for that too.

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