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S&S Cycle Slasher Chrome Air Cleaner Cover

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J&P Part: 401-265

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S&S Cycle Slasher Chrome Air Cleaner Cover

Fitment Note: For S&S E and G shorty carbs only.

• S&S Cycle teardrop air cleaners for Super “E” and “G” carbs and S&S Cycle EFI throttle bodies. S&S Cycle air cleaner kits for stock fuel system

• The Slasher Air Cleaner cover has slots strategically cut around the perimeter of the cover to allow a more direct path to the air filter, increasing power output by 1-2hp

• Replacement S&S Teardrop air cleaner cover for Big Twin Models except Shovelhead with 5 gallon tanks and cylinders + .075

• This cover is also a replacement for S&S air cleaner covers on Sportster Models, Kawasaki Vulcan 900, and Honda Fury motorcycles

Product Specs

  • Design: Slasher
  • Finish: Chrome
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 17-0004
  • Material: Steel
  • Sold in Units: Each
  • Style: Teardrop


Fitment Note: For S&S E and G shorty carbs only.

Note: This item is a universal/custom fit component, and does not have any direct standard/OEM model application. Some items may require modification and an advanced level of mechanical skill and/or knowledge for installation.

Customer Reviews


very good product at a very good price, If you are considering this product, click add to cart.


Very nice! improve performance with the S&S high flow air filter.


100% satisfied


What can I say, great product at an unbelievable price, fast delivery, exactly as pictured. I ordered 2!


Nice look, good quality chrome; and best of all it ought to improve the bike's breathing a bit. Glad I got it.


Great looking product!


Great look with aggressive styling - chrome quality is flawless. I only gave it 3 stars because the fit took some work. The standoffs inside the housing needed to be milled down a few 16th's to get the housing to seal tightly to the filter. No big deal really, but if not done, the filter just bounces around inside the housing, especially if you are using a K&N.