Xp 500 t-max abs 4t lc. Xp 500 t-max white max abs 4t. Some tips for replacing an air filter. Maintain a motorcycle air filter. To ride with a dirty filter is like running with a stuffy nose ...
The air filter plays a lot in the health, consumption and "breath" of your bike. It prevents impurities from entering your engine, while having the mission to deliver the best airflow the cleaner it gets, the more efficient it is. Lifetime of an air filter. The life of a motorcycle air filter can vary from simple to double following that it is well maintained or not the procedure is not the same for a foam or paper air filter, but in both cases your engine will only feel better. Cleaning the paper or foam air filters.
Clean a paper air filter. For paper air filters, dry cleaning is recommended.So first carefully remove the folds of the cardboard and vacuum to remove the fat. Continue with a brush but not too hard so as not to damage the paper structure. If you have a compressor, a good air jet associated with the brush will be even more effective. (Orient the jet of air from the inside to the outside of the filter, so as to remove the impurities and not to embed them) (and conversely of course, when you suck). Important: paper filters should not be oil-coated because they run dry, and that would only clog them a bit more.
Clean a foam air filter. For foam air filters, avoid white spirit and gasoline that degrade the cells. Clean it twice with dishwashing liquid in warm water and rinse well each time. To wring it out, squeeze it but do not twist it (always to preserve the foam).
When it is dry, naturally, no dryer or radiator! Put it in a plastic bag with filtration oil and knead it. Then when it is well impregnated and well drained, put some grease on the surface of contact with the box of air, and replace it. (in use cross / enduro, count a replacement every eight to ten washes). The average lifespan of an air filter varies according to its nature, use and maintenance.
For a paper air filter we go from 5,000 to 12,000 km depending on use. For a foam air filter (dirt bikes) we go up to 45 / 50,000. Note: contrary to popular belief, driving in town does not spare the air filter: it gets dirty much more polluted environment that the countryside. Of course, in cross or enduro use, it is still something else: here we advise to wash it after each exit.
The life of a motorcycle air filter can vary from simple to double depending on whether it is well maintained or not. To see if your air filter is still usable: put it in full light and see if you see the day through.
If it does not, clean it. If we still do not see the light go through it you have to change it. Finally, if you really have a doubt about its condition, do you say that given the importance of the air filter, it's really worth it to change a little too early, rather than a little too late ..
the replacement of the filter to air. The replacement of a motorcycle air filter is not too mysterious. In most cases the filter is in an air box, which is usually located behind carburetors, under the tank or under the seat.
During disassembly / reassembly, you can take the opportunity to wipe and suck the impurities that would have been deposited in the air box itself, and to purge it by opening the end of the small pipe that sometimes comes out down. Make sure that the new filter is watertight: on the one hand, by replacing it well when reassembling, and, when it is a cross-filter, by putting a good amount of grease on the contact surface in order to prevent dust and other impurities to slip into the engine while passing under the air filter.
Do not use gasoline or white spirit. Never replace a wet filter (which can send water into the engine) do not twist a foam filter to wring it out (press it only) do not put oil on a paper filter (only on foam and knot filters) ) think of throwing the leftover oil into a can and then to the garbage dump or the garage rather than in the water system. Choose the delivery method before paying. Mondial relay only for continental France not the islands, like Corsican ..
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