Improving air flow on the Polaris RZR models is very important. More important to the performance is the air filtration. The factory paper mesh filter has to be thrown away and replaced when the time is due. It also easily clogs up with dust and dirt. Agency Power's OEM replacement air filter is designed to replace this factory air filter while still using the stock air box. The custom high flow Agency Power filter features a blue mesh design with AP logo end cap. This mesh is made up of synthetic nano-fibers. The dry filter does not need to be oiled as its media has sub-micron diameters and small inter-fiber spaces which result in more contaminants being captured compared to the stock paper filter. This filter is reusable allowing you to easily clean it between rides.
These filters are dry and do not require a cleaner or oil re-charger kit. Do NOT OIL our Super-Nano Dry filters. This superior filter is a surface loading filter, to clean them, you simply reverse the air flow. Use 35 psi air pressure and blow your filter out from the inside. Another way to clean the filter is to use a common house-hold shop vacuum with a wand adapter and simply clean the surface of the filter. You will see all the loose contaminants come right off, you may also notice normal discoloration over time. Another feature on the Super-Nano Web filter is, the built in Velocity Stack Adapter, that streamlines the filtered air efficiently into the intake tract. If you will place your hand inside the mouth of the filter you will feel a smooth transition on the inside neck of your filter, this eliminates air turbulence.
To further provide the best air quality for off-road use, Agency Power has created an optional custom Outerwear brand pre-filter covers made specifically for the intake filter to be purchased separately.
- OEM Replacement
- High Flow, Reusable Air Filter
- Simple Bolt On
- 2016-2019 Polaris RZR XP Turbo
- 2018-2019 Polaris RZR Turbo S
- 2014-2019 Polaris RZR XP 1000
- 2016-2019 Polaris RZR 1000S
- 2015-2019 Polaris RZR 900S
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