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Screamin' Eagle Ventilator Performance Air Cleaner Kit-28721-10

Part Number 28721-10

Finish / Color:  Chrome

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Stylish low-profile exposed element air cleaner kit provides increased airflow to boost the power of your fuel injected engine. The track-inspired exposed element adds a purposeful look to the bike, and the included waterproof rain sock protects the filter during inclement weather.

  • Chrome finish
  • Easy-to-install kit includes low-profile air cleaner cover, high-flow filter element, back plate, Screamin' Eagle® badge, protective rain sock, and all required installation hardware
  • Street legal when used with stock mufflers
  • All EFI-equipped models require ECM calibration (priced separately)
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  • These Screamin' Eagle® products are 50-state street-legal for sale and use on all vehicles, including those that are pollution controlled.

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Recalibration is required for proper installation, and will allow engine to rev to 6200 RPM.  See Dealer for details.  Labor cost is not included.

  • Requires ECM Calibration
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    Low-profile air cleaner cover, high-flow filter element, back plate, screamin' eagle badge, protective rain sock, and all required installation hardware
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love it. It's thinner than the football for more legroom. Use the sock in the rain to prevent running issues. Wipe the oil from the bottom about once a month. I also installed 69200437 from a 14 model to cover the exposed throttle body wires. Adds nice amount of intake noise. June 1, 2014
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I would like to put this air cleaner kit on my 2014 street bob without any other modifications, and keeping the original mufflers on the bike. The add says recalibration is required. The dealer thinks I need different mufflers to do the recalibration. Is this true? Is there a recalibration code for changing the air filter only? Thanks for any assistance. Jay
June 4, 2014
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I Ride: 2014 Street Bob
How I Ride: Local - Solo
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Generally if you're going to add Stage 1 to either the exhaust or the intake, remapping is not required. The stock ECM can adjust based on the O2 sensor readings. However, if you upgrade intake and exhaust, would recommend adding a tuner to compensate.
June 5, 2014
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I Ride: 2012 Ultra
How I Ride: Local - Solo
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