The JEGS 500087 Flow-Thru Air Cleaner Assembly maximizes air volume, which increases your engine's power and efficiency. This air cleaner comes with a washable cotton gauze filter element that will outflow your stock air filter. The upper and lower housings are manufactured from durable stamped steel construction and will retain their shape for many years to come. The chrome finish protects the metal from rust while offering a stylish appearance that looks exceptional in any engine bay. Don't let your stock air cleaner assembly take away from your vehicle's appearance and performance.
- Overall air filter assembly height: 3 7/8 in.
- Stud size: 1/4 in.- 20 x 4 in.
- (2) PCV/breather fitting punch-outs on base
- Construction: Stamped steel
- Lip to base distance: 11/16 in.
- Neck diameter: 5 1/8 in.
Performance Upgrade Made Easy
JEGS Flow-Thru Air Cleaner Assemblies add style and performance to your ride. Filter-top air cleaners allow air to flow more freely from the top & sides to the engine for improved combustion and fuel efficiency. Assemblies fit single carburetors with a 5-1/8 in. neck and include a color-matched lid and base, a high-performance reusable filter element, and a stud with a wing nut. Replacement Flow-Thru Air Cleaner Lids can be found here.
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