How do you clean a Twin Air BIO?

How do you clean a Twin Air BIO?

Store pre-oiled filters in the resealable Twin Air bag (or an airtight plastic bag) and in a dark spot. Using contact cleaner, spray the filter cage and bolt to remove old oil and dirt. Spray contact cleaner on a rag or towel and wipe the sealing ring of the airbox to remove dirt and oil residue.

Do twin air filters need to be oiled?

Be sure to apply oil to the inside and outside of the filter. TIP: Don’t oil your air filter right before riding. Preoil the filter at least 24 hrs before riding to allow the oil to evenly penetrate the pores and allow the thinning agent to evaporate. A recently oiled filter will cause rich conditions.

How do you clean a bio twin air filter?

Add 100ml of Bio Dirt Remover to the water (One filter needs 100ml of Bio Dirt Remover) Fully immerse the dirty filter (wear protective or disposable gloves and be careful not to burn your hands), and let it soak for ten to fifteen minutes. 2. Squeeze the filter has disapeared. 3. Wash the filter until all the soap residue has been removed.

What kind of oil does twin air air filter use?

We start with an Original Dual-Stage Air Filter and completely submerge it in BIO Liquid Power Filter Oil. After the filter is massaged to ensure all pores are evenly coated with oil, it’s placed in a temperature-controlled room to allow the oil to completely cure.

When did twin air filtration system come out?

Over 40 years ago, the sandy, gritty soil of The Netherlands – and the resulting engine failures – proved that single-foam and paper filters gave riders air flow, but failed at protection. Twin Air’s breakthrough, fused-dual-layer design (now widely copied) combined performance and protection.

What did twin air filters do for motorcycles?

It was effective, durable, washable and reusable. It took off, and the little start-up company that invented it, called Twin Air, hasn’t stopped ever since. Evolving continually with motorcycle design and technology, Twin Air filters and accessories have stayed ahead of the competition for half a century.