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Where are twin air filters made?

Where are twin air filters made?

This is apparent when you inspect a Twin Air filter, which has two different plies of foam mated to one another (a white outer layer and orange inner layer). Then, the foam is cut into sheets and sent to Twin Air’s processing facility (housed inside their Veghel, Netherlands, building).

How do you clean a Twin Air BIO?


  1. Soak the filter. Put three liters of tap water, as hot as possible in the special purpose designed cleaning tub.
  2. Squeeze the filter. Squeeze the filter several times (do not wring!), repeat this procedure until all the dirt has disapeared.
  3. Wash the filter.
  4. Oil the filter.
  5. Squeeze excess.

Are twin air filters washable?

Spray contact cleaner on a rag or towel and wipe the sealing ring of the airbox to remove dirt and oil residue. Install your Twin Air Airbox Cover before you wash your bike or ATV. With the AirBox Cover installed, you can wash out your airbox without getting dirt or water into your airboot.

What happens if you oil a dry air filter?

All you must do is follow the instructions to clean the filter and you’re all set! Usually the only way for something like this to happen is if you over-oil your filter when re-applying the oil. If there is too much oil on the filter, some of it can get sucked in through the cotton gauze and damage the MAF sensor.

Do foam air filters need oil?

UNI FOAM AIR FILTERS MUST BE OILED PROPERLY TO PREVENT HARMFUL DIRT PARTICLES FROM ENTERING YOUR ENGINE! Uni Foam Air Filters offer Superior Engine Protection and Enhanced Performance. And their unique two filters in one design provides Easy and Thorough Cleaning.

Does K&N filter damage the engine?

K&N filters will not damage the engine internals but they can damage or at least coat the Mass Air Flow sensor if your car has one and most cars now do. The oil that the K&N filter is soaked in can separate and contaminate the wires of the MAF.

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