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EHS Racing Brute Force Air Box Lid

EHS Racing Brute Force Air Box Lid

Several months back we reviewed several products from EHS Racing. We were very impressed with results from the previous products so naturally our expectations were high. We were not dissapointed!
We recently took delivery of a 2008 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 as one of our test quads. The already powerful Brute Force needed to be explored for additional power options.

As with most of our test quads, one of the first modifications we completed was the replacement of the factory air filter with an aftermarket filter from companies like UNI or Twin Air. This mod allows more air flow and many times better filtration. Additionally this upgrade set the stage for even more performance options such as after market exhaust systems.
With the addition of increased air flow from an aftermarket air filter and exhaust modifications, there was another option for even more increased air flow on the Brute Force 750. Thatís where the EHS Racing Air box lid makes itís way into this combination.We have always been impressed with the products from EHS Racing we have had the opportunity to test and this model for the Brute Force is no exception. Top quality workmanship went into every aspect of this cover from itís machined aluminum plate and Outerwears pre-filter. The EHS Racing cover not only performs great, it also looks pretty trick too!


The cover we received was already assembled and ready for installation. We simply replaced the stock air box cover with the new cover from EHS Racing. Installation could not have been easier! It literally took more time to unpack it from the shipping container.

First Impression

One thing that we noticed right off the bat with the EHS Racing air box lid was; due to its location above the seat, puts the Outerwears filter element in a position very susceptible to damage. EHS Racing has a solution for this with a custom designed aluminum plate that fits over the main EHS Racing plate and Outerwears filter element. We thought that this was a necessary add on in order to completely protect the Outerwears element. The aluminum cover is custom machined with the EHS Racing logo. Top quality stainless steel fasteners are used to attach the cover to the EHS Racing air box lid.

Due to the location of the Brute Force's air box lid, we found the custom aluminum cover a necessity for protection of the Outerwears fabric..

The performance increases were noticeable after installing the EHS Racing cover. Another noticeable factor was that with the additional air flow on the Brute Force, it put the fuel mixture in a slightly leaner state.


If you are looking for performance add-ons for your ATV, The EHS Racing air box cover is a great addition. It not only offers better performance for your ATV, in certain applications they offer additional protection for your ATVís engine.
If you are looking for more performance from your ATV, check out They offer many different products from their custom air box covers to custom machined exhaust tips. The even now have heir new EFI controller for fuel injected vehicles called the Bullet Boxô.

For more information on EHS Racings Products call them at 1-866-997-2345 or visit them on the web at

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