K&N replacement filters are designed for all legal and off-road motorcycles and ATVs to the manufacturer's O, E, M sizing specifications and fit your original OEM airbox without modifying the injector changes. Due to the unique high-flow design and features, K&N air filters allow engines to breathe freely and produce optimal power. Under most conditions, K&N air filters never need to be replaced. With proper cleaning and care, K&N air filters can last the life of your engine. If you own a Can-Am motorcycle or ATV, you may be wondering how to replace the air filter.
Replacing an air filter is a relatively simple process that can be done in a few steps. The first step is to locate the air filter. On most Can-Am models, the air filter is located in the airbox, which is usually located behind the seat or under the fuel tank. Once you have located the air filter, you will need to remove it from the airbox.
This can be done by unscrewing the screws that hold it in place or by using a flathead screwdriver to pry it out. Once you have removed the air filter, you will need to inspect it for any signs of damage or wear. If there are any signs of damage or wear, it is best to replace the filter with a new one. If there are no signs of damage or wear, you can clean the filter with compressed air or a vacuum cleaner. Once the filter has been cleaned, you will need to install it back into the airbox. Make sure that all of the seals are properly sealed and that all of the screws are tightened securely.
Once everything is in place, you can start your Can-Am and check for any leaks or other issues. Replacing an air filter on your Can-Am motorcycle or ATV is a relatively simple process that can be done in a few steps. By following these steps, you can ensure that your engine is running at its peak performance and that your vehicle is running safely.