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Vance & Hines VO2 Naked Air Cleaner Kit For Harley Sportster
For those that may want more than the stock performance. Vance & Hines utilizes a sleek venturi machined from billet aluminum combined with its high-flow washable filter element. The VO2 Naked air intake kit produces strong performance gains across the entire power curve when paired with the correct fuel management system and exhaust. The VO2 Naked can be run with one of the many available round aftermarket air cleaner covers, including the Vance & Hines Skull Cap cover.
Includes washable high-flow filter element
Includes large-inlet backing plate
Includes a billet venturi
Made in the USA
Note: Does not include air cleaner cover.
Note: Please check local laws before purchasing. Some modifications may be prohibited in some states.
Vance Hines VO2 Naked Air Intake Kit For Harley Sportster 2004-2015
V&H VO2 Naked Air Intake Kit
This was super easy to install. I have very very little knowledge about the mechanics of a bike but I installed this in about 45 minutes. Looks fantastic and works like a charm...AND it was shipped super fast by Revzilla!
April 6, 2015
This intake is a really good one for the price. I really didn't want to spend $300-$400 for an intake so I decided I'd try this and I'm glad I did. Easy installation and I immediately noticed my bike was a bit more responsive on the throttle. I would recommend getting the fuel pak. I did and it made my bike run perfect.
January 27, 2015
I installed the VO2 as a part of my stage one upgrade (V&H Shortshots staggered, FP3, 2014 Iron 883) and I'm happy with it. Installed relatively easily and seems to do the job.
August 6, 2014
Easy to install on your own, just know that you will probably have to get a tune for your bike to perform optimally.
August 1, 2014
Two thumbs up
Easy install, looks awesome on the bike, worth every penny! Plus fast shipping which makes it that much better.
June 16, 2014
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Kam C: Looks good and gives me options to change out the cover.May 7, 2015
James G: Bought this for my son's sporster. He likes itApr 16, 2015
T V: I trust Vance and Hines products AND Revzilla had the best price out of the 3 companies I buy from.Mar 15, 2015
chandler w: I picked this naked air intake kit because it gives more of a old school styleFeb 10, 2015
Zachary W: I've been needing to complete stage 1 for a while now, I have the V&H Short Shots Staggered, now to get a bit more of a power boost and make the sportster 1200 run even better!Jan 25, 2015
James P: I installed this intake kit along with a pair of Vance & Hines Straight Shots on my HD 48 and used the Vance & Hines FP3 to install a made to order map. The performance improvement is AWESOME!!!Jan 16, 2015
James P: With this intake, the V&H pipes already installed and the FP3 to remap my FI, the bike will run very sweet!!Jan 7, 2015
Don G: Being such a "user-friendly", high-end device, I don't know why anyone could pass this up?Aug 12, 2014
Francis A: Highly reviewed item. And it doesn't come with the hefty price tag like the others.Jul 17, 2014
Adam S: I wanted an older style look to my Harley Forty Eight, so I went with this naked breather.Jul 4, 2014
Scott S: match my vance and hines short shots.Jun 9, 2014
Daniel G: I wanted more airflow instead of what the stock air cleaner can offer. Since I have a V&H exhaust I thought I stay in the family.Jun 7, 2014
A S asked:Does this come with new breather bolts, or do you have to reuse the stock breathers? One of mine is stripped so it can't be reused.Jul 19, 2014
Scott S:I honestly can't remember, I know I had to remove the bolts to put the back plate on... And I remember applying loctite. But I can't remember if they were new breathers or not. I would check the parts I have in my garage but I'm out of the country right now.