I bought this a few months ago, I installed this on my KTM 150 but it was simply to large for a dirtbike but it still did the job. The rubber seal came apart within 2 weeks but it was very easy to fix just unscrew one side pop the seal back into place and tighten it back up. I did like this fuel filter but don’t get it if you have a large gas tank I suggest only using it if you have at least 5-6 inches in your gas line so the line doesn’t kink or rip apart
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Rubber seal swole and started leaking. Tried to screw it tighter and it just stripped the plastic threads. Don’t buy.
Ordered a filter for my daughters dirt bike via a phone order and received this one. I haven't used it yet because it's to big and heavy for a dirt bike but I will put it on a street bike in the future.
Looks great, works great. Much higher quality than the plastic ones that cost almost the same amount.
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Much easier to install than the last plastic fuel filter i had, the difference was honestly night and day. If you've had a hard time getting a plastic filter in your fuel line seriously buy this and try it.
I cant comment on its durability because I havent had it on very long but judging by all the differences I have seen between this and those plastic ones I think it's going to last much longer. The last plastic one I had cracked open for no apparent reason and would make my garage smell like gas for days everytime I rode because it had a very small leak.
The last thing I like about this one is its size, it is kinda wide but its not too long so you don't have to cut out a bunch of fuel line to put it in.
Nice looking & inexpensive inline filter. Originally bought for my CR250 but it was just too large to make work properly with the fuel line bends. I don't recommend for dirt bike. I tossed it on my quad with no issues.
The filter works well but it is a little large for fitting onto smaller motorcycles I recommend purchasing extra fuel line with this product
Put this on my 350 warrior. It matches yamaha blue perfectly. It's metal and thick glass.
I bought this to simply filter my fuel, and its pretty sweet you can see the gas flowing through, it works well... but its not very durable, I had one race on it and a rock hit it just right and cracked the glass leaking fuel all over. It's a great product just the durability is questionable.
It is a little bit big for my taste, bur works well.
Easy to install and durable. Great product!
On your 2006 Kawasaki KX450F there is actually already a fuel filter screen inside your fuel tank right where the fuel line comes out of the tank.
You can find the OEM fuel filter for your bike here: