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No Toil Super-Flo Air Filter Kit
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The Good

Power gains that can be felt from the mid-range all the way to the limiter. Filter itself seems to be significantly more breathable than the OEM filter, all while still being a multi-stage filter. Slimmer profile makes getting the filter in-and-out a bit easier compared to the OEM filter set up. A...

The Bad

I wished the filter screw had a larger base to cover a greater area at the top of the filter, or that the filter had a rubber grommet where the screw went through. Keep in mind the OEM filter has neither of these as well, regardless, even without either of those I never saw any areas of dust/dirt...

Overall Review
Tester Profile:Chris Siebenhaar Height: 5' 11" Weight: 175 lbs Bike: 2020 Kawasaki KX250 All dirt bikes these days, in stock form, have a metal screen as part of the the air filter cage that holds the foam air filter in place. This is to give the floppy foam filter some structure, but mostly to prevent any chance of a backfire spark to travel back through the intake and ignite the air filter, which is flammable and covered in oil, which, most of the time, is also flammable. But, if the filter and filter oil were both flame-resistant, there would be no reason for the screen, right? Well that's...
Posted by Klinger on 6/29/2020 5:28pm
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No Toil Biodegradable Chain Lube with Wax
Vital Review
Overall Review
Review by Michael Lindsay // Photos by Michael Lindsay and Joe Carlino In my personal experience at local tracks and races, I noticed that most people under-rate the use of chain lube. Most riders tend to just give the chain a small spray before they ride in the morning, sometimes just in their garage and not even at the track. Once this is done, they tend to forget about their can of chain lube and just ride moto after moto without giving it another thought. When I ask my friends of this habit, they tend to answer with, "Well, I sprayed it this morning, it's fine!" The way I look at it, your...
Posted by ML512 on 10/3/2014 10:28am
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