No Toil makes some of the best air filters in the industry and their Twin Stage air filter provides your motorcycle or ATV with the best air flow available with industry leading performance and durability to handle even the most extreme conditions.
No Toil constructed the Twin Stage air filter with two pore sizes to trap more particles to protect your motorcycle or ATV's engine.
A fully open cell structure allows the No Toil Twin Stage air filter to push more air into your intake to boost horsepower and performance.
Designed to deliver unmatched durability, the No Toil Twin Stage air filter is constructed to last longer in racing conditions.
No Toil makes all of their Twin Stage air filters by hand and uses top quality glue and materials to ensure that each filter will offer all of the quality protection and performance that No Toil is known for.
No Toil offers a one year warranty on their Twin Stage air filters so you can buy with confidence.
Bought a No-Toil Filter and maint. Kit about 4 years ago for my dirt bike and put that filter through abuse over and over and still today it looks like new you and works great super easy to clean and oil comes with all directions and everythin and if you have multiple ones it shows you how to just use a washing machine to clean them.. and after all that im here to buy one for my quad..
I'm not sure what your looking at, if it's the image of an air filter your looking at then it will not look like yours. we stock 100's of filters. if you are using our on line ordering and you list your ATV you will get the correct filter. according to the Yamaha and No Toil web site Yamaha uses that same filter in the old Warrior, Wolverine,Grizzly 660 and 04-08 Raptor 350. our part # is NT-TS-WAR|RAP3 and the Yamaha part # is 1UY-14451-00-00.
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the no toil filter uses a biodegradable & non-toxic air filter oil, when I clean my filters I use a small bucket of warm or cold water, add the powder cleaner then wash the filter. when done I set the filter out to dry, then go back and wash my hand in to water. later after the filter has dried I'll go use the filter oil, it goes on thin then starts to become tacky as I work it in, install some rim grease then install the filter back in my bike. after installation my hands will be sticky, I'll go back to the bucket I washed my filter in and wash my hand again , they come out squeaky clean. pour out the bucket and I'm done.
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