NOTE: NOT LEGAL FOR THE SALE OR USE IN CALIFORNIA. CANNOT SHIP TO CALIFORNIA.
Applicability: 2004-07 Yamaha Rhino 660
Do you need an increase in power to help your side by side run more efficiently? Side By Side Stuff has just what you need! Check out the K&N AirCharger Air Intake Kit for your Yamaha Rhino 660. This product completely replaces your factory air intake system and provides a higher quality performance overall.
This system is designed to improve your throttle response allowing you to accelerate at a higher rate. The intake system itself allows the air to flow more smoothly, creating an increase in the amount of air traveling to your engine. When air flow is increased, more usable power and acceleration is dispersed throughout the engines RPM Range. This kit will also come with a reusable K&N air filter, saving you the expense and hassle of getting yet another replacement!
Designed to improve throttle response and engine sound
Replaces entire factory air intake system
Guaranteed to increase horsepower
Easy to install, usually in 90 minutes or less
Free-flowing black powder coated finish aluminum intake tube
Washable and reusable air filter
Replaces the restrictive factory air filter and air intake housing
Designed to dramatically reduce air intake restriction as well as smooth and straighten air flow
More air means more usable power and acceleration throughout the engine’s RPM range
Comes with a K&N XStream Top air filter designed for higher air flow and durability
Air is directed through a black powder coated aluminum intake tube and into the engine’s throttle body for a guaranteed power gain
The tube accommodates the factory side vent hose as well as a supplied small air filter for the crank case vent hose
Oversized, inverted cone-shaped air filter comes with a water repellent DryCharger filter wrap to protect the filter from moisture
The tools needed are a screwdriver, ratchet set and several wrenches
Replacement filter: RX-3810XD
3 stainless steel clamps included
Estimated horsepower gain: 4.35 HP @
Not legal for street use in Arizona, California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington