The oil is ok but the spray top is total crap! The oil poured out from under the cap while trying to spay and ran down my arm was only able to oil 3 filters with the can due to all the loss. There is no sign of damage or visible defect to the spray cap or the can
As you could expect this is another great product from Klotz. It protects the air filter and smells great too. The only issue I had was its hard to tell if you have the whole filter covered. I really had to work the product into the foam but that's a given with any spray filter oil IMO.
Works great, been using it for years. It provides good saturation of the foam filter, does a great job of stopping dirt, and with the Klotz filter cleaner, air wrenches clean and does a great job of getting the dirt off the filter.
I hop around air filter oils, but usually stick to the spray kind. You can see the spray on the filter as you apply it. I never had any problem with debris passing by the filter (at least not anything big enough to see with the human eye).
I like the spray-can application, I like the red color, and it traps sand very well. My filter was totally caked after riding the dunes in the rain. Wile I was cleaning, I was pleased to find my intake duct completely spotless. The oil and dirt also washed out just fine with dish soap.
I have been using the Klotz foam filter oil since 1999 and it works as expected. Much easier to clean out when filter is dirty compared to other brands and new applications go on very easy. Even use it on my filter skins for an added layer of protection, one can goes a long way and none of my motors have ever pulled any dirt past filters I have used it on. Recommended for sure!
The only positive is the smell. Other than that the oil is not viscous or tacky. In the hot AZ weather when my bike is left in the garage I find .a pool of oil on the ground. At first I thought I had a counter shaft seal leak but it is actually the filter oil dripping off of the filter and down the side of my bike. I don't over oil, in fact I probably under oil my filters. This is the only oil I have used that does this.
The can also shoots a steady pin point stream that is hard to coat the filter with. Should be a wide stream to coat more easily
Waterproof! Amazing how this filter oil prevents water from getting in the fuel system; even with an airbox that is half full of water, the motor doesn't suck any water in. The red coloring is easy to see on the filter, and the aersol spray can makes for easy application. Caution-- this stuff is sticky (wear disposable gloves while handling oiled filters), and it takes patience to thoroughly clean it out of the filter later.
Great stuff, so much less mess than liquid, also is thinner and easier to work into the filter. I've found it easy to place the clean filter on some newspaper or plastic wrap, spray evenly, but lighty and work into the filter. The Klotz doesn't seem to over oil your filter and I've ridden immediately after installing the filter with no problems. Some other filter oils I've used puddle under your airbox overnight or leave too much of the oil in the filter, restricting air flow.
works great. kind of has a pink tint to it so you can see where you're filter is oiled and where it isn't. can sprays kind of funny, maybe it's just my can. shoots a stream instead of a spray but it's not a big deal. don't see enough difference with this stuff to pay for more expensive uni oil.
Easy to apply and stays on the filter well. I always ran a K&N on my 400ex, but wanted to try a foam filter on my 250r since I'm not running a lid. Don't have a lot of experience with filter oils, but this seemed to work great and I'll buy it again when I run out.