Motorex has introduced new air cleaner products for off-road motorcycles and ATV's. Bigger dust clouds of dirt and sloppy, muddy power slides make for more off-road fun. The problem is that while this is fun for you, it is not that good for your bikes or ATVs air system — and if they get clogged up, your fun stops, too.
These new Motorex air cleaners consist of two new products, the Motorex Racing Bio Dirt remover and the Motorex Racing Liquid. Experienced motorsports competitors and motorsports industry leading Motorex and TwinAir collaborated on both of these new products.
Motorex Racing Bio Dirt Remover
For best results, it is best to use the products in tandem. First the Motorex Racing Bio Dirt Remover should be used to clean the air filter. The Bio Dirt remover is a concentrated cleaning agent that comes in a powder. Once the Bio Remover powder is dissolved in hot water, submerge the dirty filter.
The combination of the Bio Dirt Remover ingredients along with the hot water breaks up contaminates and tough dirt from the filter. After a good soak the filter will need to be rinsed with cold water and then squeezed partially dry. Then the filter should be left to air dry completely.
Motorex Racing Liquid
Up to bat next is the Motorex Racing Liquid, which is actually an oil solution. The clean and dry filter should now be completely immersed in the Motorex Racing Liquid oil. The oil adheres strongly to the foam which allows it to help keep the air system clean.
After a quick dip in this oil bath, the oil should be squeezed out of the filter. The filter is now ready to be reinstalled so that it will maintain optimum air flow while keeping dust, sand, dirt, debris and water out of the engine.
Motorex Racing Bio Dirt Remover is supplied in an 800g plastic container, while the air filter oil Bio Liquid comes in a 1L metal flask. MSRP for Racing Bio Dirt Remover is $19.50; Racing Bio Liquid is $25.95.
For more information on these and other Motorex lubricants, oils, greases, and cleaners, visit the Motorex site.