CB450 K1-K4 CL450 K0-K4 Air Filter Reproductions - 17311-292-014 & 17211-292-014
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    CB450 K1-K4 CL450 K0-K4 Air Filter Reproductions - 17311-292-014 & 17211-292-014


    Scrambler Cycle - Honda 68-71 CB450 67-71 CL450 Air Filter Set Left and Right - Reproduction


    CB450 K1-K4 CL450 K0-K4 Air Filter Reproductions - 17311-292-014 & 17211-292-014-s-l1600.jpg
    CB450 K1-K4 CL450 K0-K4 Air Filter Reproductions - 17311-292-014 & 17211-292-014-s-l1600.jpg

    Brand new reproduction filters. We had these filters manufactured, using a set of originals as a pattern.

    Filters for the later CB/CL450 will be available also but those are still in development.

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    Saw those recently. Great idea!

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    I bought a set of these and they are a very good replica. My cb450 k1 runs perfectly again (always had issues with foam uni filters at full throttle). However, the rubber boots are not angled perfectly and have a slight kink to make them fit on carbs. I had to clamp them on the carbs first and then push the air box into place to get them to work. I'm still thrilled to have a replacement! Thanks for making these!

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    Any idea if the these k4 and below filters will bolt into a k5-k7?

    What is the big difference between the k4 and k5 wrt air filters - The Plastic housing/different metal filter interface?

    Thanks!
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    Hello Paul,

    They would bolt on but the plastic housing on the later bikes would not be a good fit. You could use plastic covers from an earlier models and everything would work fine.

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