|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|06-19-2006 06:00 AM|
Originally Posted by Gas Man
|06-18-2006 12:09 PM|
Glad to hear that was the ticket.
|06-17-2006 08:03 PM|
|06-17-2006 07:15 PM|
K&N's have been cleaned and re-installed. Bike ran like crap for the first few miles of the shake down ride...but eventually cleaned out and is back in top working order.
|06-16-2006 06:15 AM|
Originally Posted by jeeps84
|06-15-2006 08:43 PM|
|jeeps84||I prefer the spray bottle. It applies much more evenly than the pour on. Plus you don't get the drips whish restricts air.|
|06-15-2006 06:27 PM|
Yeah oil and water def. don't mix. There's no doubt in that matter. I have the kit I swiped from my brother...so it's just a matter of doing it. Which I guess I'll do tomorrow.
|06-15-2006 01:54 PM|
Yeah doin em up. Use the cleaner kit?
|06-15-2006 12:16 PM|
|jeeps84||If you felt the bike sputter and or just run poorly in the rain. You defiantly need to freshene them up. All that dirt that gets on the bike while ridding in the rain get to the pods too. Especially the outer ones.|
|06-15-2006 12:12 PM|
|DLIT||Get out your cleaner kit and clen them bitches. Don't have one? Give me 5 bucks for shipping and I'll send you mine. I have no use for it anymore.|
|06-15-2006 12:10 PM|
It's been my experience that oil and water don't mix.
As the matter of fact in the war between oil and water,Water always wins.
You have lost some of your protection and If it were me I would re-apply
Hey but at least you can....Gotta love those K&N filters
Still in the pond
|06-15-2006 08:07 AM|
K & N Filters...
Alright guys and girls...if you read my story in GM's "Damn Rain" thread you know I got absolutely soaked yesterday in a 45 minute down pour. As such, so did my exposed K&N's.
Should I re-oil them after they dry or is it not required? I probly will anyway but I'm just wonder your ?