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Hello, i recently upgraded my exhaust and air intake on my 2017 Road glide. however, i cant seem to find the replacement K & N filter size. I've looked everywhere, i need this size and dimensions so i can order an after market on in blue instead of that ugly rusty red to match my wheels.. Thanks.

Screamin’ Eagle High-Flo K&N Air Filter Element
Part Number 29400276
 

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IIRC, it's just the red oil that gives it that color. Seems like I have seen blue oil for people that don't like red.
 

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That one will not work, Screamin’ Eagle High-Flo is not round like that.
 

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My mistake. I was thinking of the SE Heavy Breather like I have on my bike. Sorry.
 

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I took the K&N filter off my bike. HD has the new and improved high flow air filter that flows just as much CFM as the K&N filter does and the HD filter has better filtering then the K&N does provides. It's your call but now a days there in no real advantage to running a K&N filter unless you have a big build bike.
 

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Yeah, i'm not really picky what brand it is, i was just looking for a blue replacement of that part. I might just go with a whole different breather. Thanks.
 

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I am looking for the 29400276 in blue also. Did you find a solution to this? I have tried K&N and Drag Specialties. No one seems to know what it is. I would like to change the rust red to blue. Any thoughts? Thank You
 

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Please Help! Screamin’ Eagle High-Flo K&N Air Filter

I took the K&N filter off my bike. HD has the new and improved high flow air filter that flows just as much CFM as the K&N filter does and the HD filter has better filtering then the K&N does provides. It's your call but now a days there in no real advantage to running a K&N filter unless you have a big build bike.

Not a big fan of K&N filters, ran a K&N with my stage 1 for 15K an had oil blow by--put a HD stage 1 paper filter on for a 3000 mile trip and never had one drop of oil puke out of the filter. I think the stage 1 paper has slightly harded air pull than a K&N an that seems to be enough to curtail blow-by.


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