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Help with aftermarket k and n filter

I have a 2009 700xx. I purchased the k and n air filter. It is the correct one. But it does not fit. The sleeve on it is 3.25 Id. While inside the airbox which is factory stamped honda.. has a OD of 4.25. My k and n is 1 inch to small diameter wise to fit. What am I missing here..
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Uni filter.
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K&NAir Filter HA-6808

I just purchased this for my quad it does not fit over the intake tube but fits inside it then the intake tube clamps down on the filter, seems ass backwards to me anyone know if this is right???
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wrong one . you need a 4'' . k&n is not the best to use in every situation . paper is really the best but you'll pay havoc tiring to find one .

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Do your 700xx a favor and run a UNI filter
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Do your 700xx a favor and run a UNI filter
Agreed... the K&N filter allows too much fine dust through.

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the k&n should slide over the fitting easily... I have one.. Even with outerwear it still lets dust into the intake manifold !
I dont rate them at all as making bigger holes to improve airflow is not a good solution!
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Agreed... the K&N filter allows too much fine dust through.

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I wouldn't dare run anything else every builder and Wayne himself told me not too.. I got dirt in the rings at the 2014 Baja 500 with a UNI though... Noticed a little white smoke when I got home so I checked the filter and it was trashed at the drain plug which was either removed or lost along the way.

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this is what I did for my LTZ400


the basic components


works great on the ltz an the filters are relatively cheep. I did make a bigger one but the smaller one works just as good

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hmmmm I think I have a new project in mind

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