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Air Filters

Air Filters

In this section we are featuring dual sport and dirt bike air filters, air filter cleaning and care products from K&N, No Toil and Twin Air. Keep your MotoX engine performing at its best by replacing old air filter. Offering cheaper than market prices and fast delivery.
Air filter on a dirt bike or dual sport must be changed frequently and cleaned regularly to keep the engine performing at its best. For steps on how to clean and replace the air filter on your bike, please scroll to the bottom of this page.
World's best K&N Air Filters increase horsepower, fuel economy and air intake quality by filtering out unwanted particles. Backes by K&Ns One Million Miles limited warranty, K&N Filters are washable and reusable. Sold along with Air Filter Oil, Cleaner and Filter Care kit.
K&N OEM Style Replacement Filters

K&N Air Filters

K&N Recharger Filter Care Service Kit $11.95

K&N Air Filter Cleaner and Degreaser $6.95

K&N Filter Charger Oil

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Now offering ultra high quality No Toil Air Filters. Trusted by MotoX racers, No Toil filters are a perfect fit for your OEM air filter. No Toil dirt bike air filters come in Fast and Super Flo style. Also available in flame resistant material and with back flow kit for maximum air through the intake.
No-Toil Fast Filter

No-Toil Super-Flo Air Filter Kits

No-Toil Super-Flo Air Filter

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Twin Air filters are the Champion's Choice as they provide maximum air flow and hence, engine power while protecting your dirt bike engine from dirt, dust and sand particles. Available along with Twin Air filter care and cleaning products.
Twin Air Standard Air Filters

Twin Air Pre-Oiled Filters

Twin Air Power-Flo Kits

Twin Air The System $82.95

Twin Air Bio System $82.95

Twin Air Maintenance Products

Twin Air Air Box Covers $34.95

Twin Air Billet Air Filter Bolts $24.95

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About the Air Filter on your dirt bike
Air filter maintain your dirt bike engine performance and health by preventing dust and sand particles from entering and damaging it. An old, or clogged air filter will not only deteriorate engine performance because of reduced airflow, but can also cause foreign object damage to its piston and head.
Cleaning and changing dirtbike air filter Cleaning or changing dirtbike filter is not exactly a dream job, but you got to do it regularly, specially before and after your bike has been to the dirt track You can easily clean it by following these easy steps. Thoroughly clean your air filter box outside before opening it so that no dust or foreign particle falls inside the box when it is open. Carefully lift the lid of the air box and while avoiding any outside object or particle from falling into the air intake, remove the air filter and take it out of its plastic housing. As a safety precaution, place a clean rag to block the air intake against anything accidentally falling into it. Inspect the air filter closely for extent of blockage, cuts and holes. If filter condition is really bad, you need to change it with a new one right away. If it is just dirty or somewhat clogged, you need to wash it by soaking in water and washing with light detergent. Once the filter is clean, allow it to dry in air properly before putting it back in. Once the air filter is fully dry, apply filter oil to it evenly. One way is to soak the clean, dry filter in oil and then squeeze so that filter oil is applied lightly and evenly to the whole filter and extra is removed. Also apply filter oil to a new filter before installing. Apply water proof grease to the sides of your clean/new air filter for sealing the space between the filter and the chamber walls. Put the clean/new filter into the housing and carefully close the lid and tighten the screws. Happy riding!