try and see it for what it is
I looked at the air filter on my XR250 (MD30) and found that the 10 year old twin air was getting close to its limit.
Make it a Twin Air Filter-only supply.
Return to OEM
OEM equivalent AfterMarket products that are close to the original.
When I thought about it, I assumed that I would put it in NORMALCase, and I am setting the carburetor in Twin air, but if I go back to OEM, I will need to re-set it again, so I can't help but have a little gap, but I don't want to have large width setting, so I decided to use ? I'm going to use ? and ? So I thought about it with ?
The less sticky the inside of CleanerCase is, the better. So I decided to go with the ? The cost of the tire, tube, and rim band was too high, so I decided to go with the ? I decided to go with ?
So I saw a picture of NTB's XLR250 cleaner and it looked K&NFilter chic, so I bought it.
When I looked through the Filter in the sun, the Filter section was thicker than the K&NFilter, but it seemed to be more efficient.
The thickness of the CleanerSize is a little thin, so the Bracket of the Stopper is rattling, so I bent it a little to make it stronger and it became better.
However, it didn't fit well, so I looked at it on GlassTable and found that the hitting surface was slightly distorted.
So, I bent the hitting surface to fix it. Once I fixed it, it was perfect. That's where I wanted the accuracy to be.
That's where Minus1 comes in.
When I ran it, it was a summer setting, but it wasn't bad in the winter either, so I thought it was a winner. I felt that it was a hit.
It's cheap, so if it's good for the Season, it's Repeat.
If not, I'll think about it again.