The day was sunny to I thought it would be the best day for this job. Started this job at 8 am.
First I warmed up the bike to operating temperature and then took out the filter.
Since I had warmed up the bike and taken out the filter I used my trusty carb cleaner to clean out the carb. Started up the bike and started spraying.
For cleaning out all the dirt and oil the partner I chose was our childhood friend we all know about because I read about it on the internet that its good for the job.
And started cleaning.
Since the inside surface is the place where all the dirt is trapped I focused on that.
Pani ka haal afterwards.
Then came the skeleton's turn.
And left them both out to dry for the day.
Now comes the complex part, the oiling part. The oil I use is PSO gear oil I bought it last year for 380 Rs. Its good, does the job.
The procedure I used was to put the filter in a shopping bag and pour the oil in it. I know how much oil is required so pour in almost enough to get the job done. This method avoids getting your hands oily.
Make it air tight and squeeze to the oil is distributed in the filter and then get rid of the shopping bag. Easy as that.
Then I left it like this for an hour or two so the oil comes to the bottom side if there is excess in it.
After that I just attached it back to bike and it worked flawlessly. So I got two things done carb and air filter.
Now my bike's got an increased throttle response and a smooth drive.
Hope u liked reading. Comments are welcome.
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