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I'm the opposite of Bronco.. :cry:.Twin air before, now No- Toil.I prefer the ease of cleaning with the No-Toil system.Although the No-Toil oil can be used on any filter, they recommend thier own to prevent glue break down.On my KDX,i have some twin air filters which are oiled with No-Toil oil,and no problems there.

If you go No-toil,it's best to buy thier kit (oil and filter) as a package :cry:

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the pj-1 claener and oil makes my life so easy.i will say its one of the best thing ever to happen to dirt bikes.

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I've got UNI but I'm gonna try a Twinair next...

Am I the only guy here who cleans his filter in

the kitchen sink with soap and water ?(Yeah I'm not married).

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I've got UNI but I'm gonna try a Twinair next...

Am I the only guy here who cleans his filter in

the kitchen sink with soap and water ?(Yeah I'm not married).

:DGuilty as charged ! :cry:

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I've got UNI but I'm gonna try a Twinair next...

Am I the only guy here who cleans his filter in

the kitchen sink with soap and water ?(Yeah I'm not married).

:DGuilty as charged ! :cry:

No not just you,,,,, My wife does also :cry:

And I wont even tell ys about the multy use capabilities of the dish washer :cry:

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Hey Burned.....

is this the Cleaner stuff?

pj1foamfilterclnr.jpg

Also, how far does a can of it go.... 2 or 3 cleanings?

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i just installed a moose filter. it has a neoprene gasket on it so it seals well. it seems to be a quality unit.

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I've got a K&N-was wondering what everyone thinks of them...

Hodaka-haven't heard that in a looooong time!

Are they still around?

:cry:

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I use my K&N for the street only and switch to the no-toil for dirt. No problems so far. I ride 70/30 street/dirt. I've read posts that say the K&N isn't that great for filtering though, especially for dirt riding.

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