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Some more photos of the size and shape. Let me know if the numbers helped
Your filter looks like an oval one, where as the 700 filter is a round cone style.

The numbers on your filter cross reference to a Banshee filter.

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Idk. Its a perfect Fit on the adaptor. Clears the air box and all. Un less i have a larger adaptor on mine
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Idk. Its a perfect Fit on the adaptor. Clears the air box and all. Un less i have a larger adaptor on mine
Yours is definitely a Banshee filter. It has an oval end cap and the front flange is oval as well. The inner diameter is 3.625" across and I'm sure if you squeeze it from it's oval shape to make it round it will fit your adaptor.

This is a pic of the Banshee filter which matches the shape and the numbers on the end cap of your filter.

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I meserd the inside and its like 3 5/8 round hole so maby i have a diferent adaptor.it a tight fit on the adaptor. I tryed to take a photo of it the best i could.
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I picked up the Pro Design adapter from ebay($25, new) if the K&N RU-3130 is the right match, it looks like I can get that for $35. Hard to beat that total price!
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Your adaptor is correct. Your filter is for a Banshee though and has an oval opening instead of the correct round opening like the first pic I posted for the OP.

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I guess that one was cheaper or maby instock and thats y he had it in there.thanks for letting me know. I gess when i need to finaly replace it they all whare out at some point ill have to check both out and see which one i like. It dose serprisinly hold the round shape verry well.do u think one would be better then the other.or sence there about the same filtering size and both k&n there about the same. Just wondering if ones $10 cheaper just to get that one ?
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I guess that one was cheaper or maby instock and thats y he had it in there.thanks for letting me know. I gess when i need to finaly replace it they all whare out at some point ill have to check both out and see which one i like. It dose serprisinly hold the round shape verry well.do u think one would be better then the other.or sence there about the same filtering size and both k&n there about the same. Just wondering if ones $10 cheaper just to get that one ?
If it seals completely to your billet adaptor I would just continue using it.Just make sure no dust can get by the flange.

You still have plenty of surface area on the filter, so it should perform the same as the correct one. If you do keep it, I would purchase an Outerwear which helps keep the filter cleaner and you do not have to re-charge it as often.

Outerwear for Banshee filter.

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It go's on all the way to the adaptor and when i look at the filter it has a clear ring all the way around the inside from being clamped down. U can see whare the adaptor ends inside the filter with it off. And i have a k&n pre filter just took it off for the picks. But deff if u buy a good filter u shuld have a pre filter on it. Thanks.
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And the pre filter is deff for a 700 filter its not as coned it but still fits good and its nice and tight at the elastic part to about 3" down. Lol i guess at some point it had the right one in it.
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