Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: sacramento river delta
Richw! Kudos to your true diy ethitic.I used to use alternate air filters and silicone to fill gaps on my Guzzi,s never had any troubles. I,ve found that the stock Suzuki air filter can be cleaned by raping the ridgid edges on a hard surface several times with a piece of white paper underneith to see what comes out, continue till nothing apears,contrary to the service manual of using compressered air.Am using mine to 15,000 miles,seams better than McGyvering them for a more than a few dollars, considering the damage that could be done if the job is botched.
71 BSA Victor 500, 78 Yamaha XS750, 83 Yamaha Seca 550,
01 Triumph TT600, 98 MG Ev1100, 02 MG Lemans V11,14 kawi klx250s, all sold except 2012 Suzuki Dl1000