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I have an Arlen Ness Big sucker intake and was wondering if anyone could lead me in the right direction as to where I can find replacement filters.

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Also, does anyone know where I can get a rain sock for one of these bad boys?
 

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I'm curious as to why you need a new filter element for the Ness? Unless it's been damaged in some way, simply get a K&N filter cleaning kit and clean and re-oil the one you have. The element comes pre-oiled, and should go quite a while before cleaning is needed unless you continually ride in a very dusty/dirty climate. New ones are available for about $55. The cleaning kit is $14.95.
 

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I'm curious as to why you need a new filter element for the Ness? Unless it's been damaged in some way, simply get a K&N filter cleaning kit and clean and re-oil the one you have. The element comes pre-oiled, and should go quite a while before cleaning is needed unless you continually ride in a very dusty/dirty climate. New ones are available for about $55. The cleaning kit is $14.95.
I don't need a filter as of yet, I was just wondering what was out there in case something does happen to it. Always thinking about the what if's. I guess I could pick up the K&N cleaning kit from their website when I need it.

Thanks for your help Jimbo!
 

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As for the rain sock, there aren't any available that I'm aware of. Baron's BAK comes with one and is the only one I know of that does. Someone posted at one time on another forum about making one but for the life of me I can't remember what he used. Maybe someone else can help.
 

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As for the rain sock, there aren't any available that I'm aware of. Baron's BAK comes with one and is the only one I know of that does. Someone posted at one time on another forum about making one but for the life of me I can't remember what he used. Maybe someone else can help.
Thanks Jimbo,

I guess I will just have to watch out for those soaking storms passing through.
 
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