With how capable of an off-road vehicle the Kawasaki Teryx is, it’s no wonder you can find them in virtually any off-road scenario. The Teryx eats up trails like they’re nothing. Sand and dunes? Easy work. Dusty and rock lined dirt or unpaved roads? No problem! You really can use this UTV to get pretty much anywhere. Just as with any off-road vehicle, however, there will come time for maintenance. One important piece of maintenance to keep in mind is replacing the filter in your Kawasaki Teryx Air Intake. It goes without saying that your air filter change should be considered just as important as your oil changes in terms of prioritizing maintenance.
Your Kawasaki Teryx Air Intake goes through a lot. Think of all the times you’ve been in a dusty situation while driving your UTV. There are probably more times than not, right? Not only does your air intake keep your engine running at optimal performance, but the air filter itself ensures that the engine gets as little amount of contaminants from the air mixed into the fuel as possible. Fewer contaminants means a cleaner burn, which essentially means your Teryx can run at peak performance. When dirt and debris manage to work their way into the engine and mix with the fuel before combustion, the horse power and performance can be negatively affected. Over time, contaminants can degrade the overall performance of your engine as well. This is why your air intake and filter are parts you really don’t want to ignore.
Here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad, we have gone through the trouble of narrowing the options down for you. We stock superior air filters, such as the Kawasaki Teryx 750/800 Air Filter by K&N, and Kawasaki Teryx 1000 Air Filter by Trinity Racing. Replacing your stock air filter with either of these options (depending on the version of Teryx you own) will give you immediate improvement to the UTV’s gas mileage, performance and lifetime of the engine. Another added perk is that these upgraded filters don’t need to be replaced as often as the standard one that the Teryx comes stock with. Most people are surprised when they learn something as simple as upgrading your Kawasaki Teryx Air Intake filter can yield such impressive, and important results. Aside from simply replacing the filter, though, what else can you do to improve your air intake system? Own a Kawasaki Teryx KRX 1000 and want the absolute best in particle separation for your air intake? We’ve even got the X2 Particle Separator by KWT Filters to stop the tiniest of particles and contaminants from getting through to the engine. Make sure to also check out the Intake Covers Set of 2 by Axiom for the KRX 1000 for an awesome visual upgrade to your Kawasaki Teryx Air Intake!
If you’ve ever heard someone say they have Kawasaki Teryx Air Intake problems, it could have stemmed from a few simple to remedy issues. Travel through mud or water with your UTV regularly? A Kawasaki Teryx Air Intake relocation kit, or Kawasaki Teryx Air Intake snorkel can do the trick. These kits help you to keep the entrance of the air intake well away from any sources of water you may be treading through. This becomes especially important when off-roading or Overlanding through areas where you may need to cross a shallow river or creek. But you may even find yourself needing one if you live in an area that gets enough regular rain to cause light flooding on your property that you need to be able to ride through.
The Kawasaki Teryx is everyone’s favorite go-anywhere, do-anything UTV. Rain, snow, sand and mud. Nothing is going to stop you, or your Teryx from blazing through. Just remember, to make sure your Teryx is able to keep performing optimally for years to come, you will need to take good care of it by upgrading the air intake filter. Here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad we make it easy for you to get the intake filter you need, and reap the instant benefits of better gas mileage, improved performance and horsepower, and increased overall lifetime of your Kawasaki Teryx.
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