AIR FILTER OIL. ANYONE KNOW?

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3/22/2018 4:14 AM

Does anyone know if this air filter oil can be used on a dirtbike air filter. Its for nitro rc cars?Photo

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3/22/2018 4:36 AM

I’ve been using No Toil forever. Highly effective, and you can clean your filters in your kitchen sink. What’s not to love about that?

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3/22/2018 4:54 AM

I would just go get you some proper filter oil it’s oretty important lol

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3/22/2018 6:58 AM

silicone oil?? dirt might slide right by

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3/22/2018 7:04 AM

Yeah just get you some maxima filter oil. Not worth taking a chance on something like that.

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3/22/2018 7:09 AM

Not worth finding out that it's not...

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3/22/2018 7:15 AM

Maxima is like $10 for a can... $10 vs getting dirt in your motor.... you decide.

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3/22/2018 7:16 AM

Please post pics of seized bike when you are done testing it.

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3/22/2018 7:53 AM

Why don't you drain the engine oil and use that? Same result I would suspect?

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3/22/2018 7:57 AM

KDXGarage wrote:

silicone oil?? dirt might slide right by

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3/22/2018 8:16 AM

It wont' mix with any other filter oil since it is silicone and it won't be cleaned out by the same stuff you use to clean other oils, so be aware of that. Also that bottle looks tiny so I'd be surprised if you got full coverage of a bike filter with that bottle.

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3/22/2018 9:24 AM

Can we get a pic of said dirtbike??

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3/22/2018 9:28 AM

Flip109 wrote:

Can we get a pic of said dirtbike??

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3/22/2018 9:30 AM

Nice ride, the PV cover looks cool like that!

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3/22/2018 9:34 AM

Thanks. Yeah i wasnt to sure when i done the cover but when i put it on it looked cool . Next thing to do is a pwk air striker vforce reeds and a fmf gnarley pipe.

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3/22/2018 9:34 AM

Olive Oil! (sorry)

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3/22/2018 9:37 AM

Dump all this money into a bike and cheap out on air filter oil , I don't even use that shit on my my nitro truggy or buggy

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3/22/2018 9:38 AM

David_Darkes wrote:

Thanks. Yeah i wasnt to sure when i done the cover but when i put it on it looked cool . Next thing to do is a pwk air striker vforce reeds and a fmf gnarley pipe.

Do you use the bike for trails mostly?

I had a gnarly on my YZ, came with it, and I couldn't get it off fast enough for moto. Revved out in a second, no top end. But for trails, I would say its perfect with a FWW.

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3/22/2018 9:38 AM

kb228 wrote:

Maxima is like $10 for a can... $10 vs getting dirt in your motor.... you decide.

X2,. $10. Lol

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3/22/2018 9:58 AM

That is way to nice of a bike to use that shit on lol

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3/22/2018 10:00 AM

Who has been brave enough to try the old air filter in the dishwasher trick?

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3/22/2018 10:18 AM

suzukirmz250 wrote:

Dump all this money into a bike and cheap out on air filter oil , I don't even use that shit on my my nitro truggy or buggy

I havnt used any of it on my bike i was just curious as to if you COULD OR WOULD use it.

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3/22/2018 10:20 AM

Stuntman949 wrote:

Who has been brave enough to try the old air filter in the dishwasher trick?

Ive always just washed my filter in good old fashioned washing up liquid and welsh water.

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3/22/2018 10:22 AM

David_Darkes wrote:

Thanks. Yeah i wasnt to sure when i done the cover but when i put it on it looked cool . Next thing to do is a pwk air striker vforce reeds and a fmf gnarley pipe.

Frodad78 wrote:

Do you use the bike for trails mostly?

I had a gnarly on my YZ, came with it, and I couldn't get it off fast enough for moto. Revved out in a second, no top end. But for trails, I would say its perfect with a FWW.

I do alot of forestry riding and local steep mountains lots of jumps

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3/22/2018 10:45 AM

Anyone got any advice or info on what would be the best pipe for my type of riding which is mostley forestry and local mountain jumps.

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3/22/2018 11:01 AM
Edited Date/Time: 3/22/2018 11:03 AM

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As long as you use the appropriate filter that oil is designed for you should be good to go. Might need to modify your airbox a bit though
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3/22/2018 11:17 AM

NOTHING is better than NO-TOIL imo ...easy to use and not all that messy plus it has protected my bikes well.

Btw the cleaner you can get at Walmart....buy generic oxyclean for like 3 bucks and get a giant tub of it.

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3/22/2018 11:37 AM

Lightning78 wrote:

NOTHING is better than NO-TOIL imo ...easy to use and not all that messy plus it has protected my bikes well.

Btw the cleaner you can get at Walmart....buy generic oxyclean for like 3 bucks and get a giant tub of it.

I love the easy cleanup of the No-Toil filter. Good to know about the cleaner - I always buy the oil and cleaner together. If it's the same as generic oxyclean, that'll save a few bucks. Thanks for the info!

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3/22/2018 4:43 PM

I use Maxima as it's the tackiest but harder to clean. I will get on to no toil as cleaning is the shittest deal of it all.

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3/22/2018 9:01 PM

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I put my dirty air filters in the my microwave for 6 to 7 mins. then rinse. Over the years ! have actually got used to the extra flavor it adds to the food!



yup, gas!!! then whip it, then hang it. after about an hour, hot water and Joy dishwashing soap. then air dry over night. god dam thing looks and smells brand new


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