Vararam on their site sells a Green Air Filter cleaning kit, but they are charging more for the shipping than for the cleaning kit. Does anyone know what cleaning kit part number is for the Vararam air filter?
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Been using my K&N red oil. I had only one problem which was that I did not wait long enough for the excess to dry and I created a dirty MAF. There are posts here which describe how to spray and clean the sensor, but it's much better to let the filter thoroughly dry before starting your engine. The color doesn't matter.
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