About The Product
Backfire screens are manufactured into filter cages to prevent the hot sparks generated by a backfire from igniting the foam air filter.
However, the desire for better airflow - and the resulting increase in horsepower - has led to risky modifications. For years, racers have been nervously cutting out the backfire screens from their stock filter cages.
Those days are over. The new weapon of choice is the No-Toil Super-Flo Filter Kit. A revolutionary solution, this complete system safely replaces your OEM filter and cage assembly. Thanks to a flame-resistant treatment on the filter, you can backfire and spark all you want - the filter will not hold a flame.
Features and Benefits
- Super-strong, high-density polymer filter cage
- Designed without a traditional backfire screen
- Allows the maximum amount of air to flow freely to the intake
- Top-quality, two-stage foam air filter
- Special flame-resistant foam treatment
- Aftermarket filter-cage screw with maximum holding power and better, user-friendly ergonomics compared to OEM
- Replacement air filters available (sold separately)
About The Brand
No-Toil founder, Bob Jensen, has been riding dirt bikes since the mid-sixties. Growing up in Corona, California was a great place to ride - especially way back then - when he could ride from his house out into the hills and valleys of Southern California before they were covered with asphalt. In the mid-seventies, Bob's career took him to Northern California to a small town called Yuba City. There he continued riding at places like E-Street MX, Marysville MX track and Stonyford OHV. Bob created the world's first and only BIODEGRADABLE, NON-TOXIC foam filter oil and cleaner. His patented formula was a revolution in the air filtration industry by being the first air filter oil to be cleaned with a soap and water solution where the waste can be easily and safely washed down the drain. Never before had filter cleaning been so easy and thorough. Filters come completely clean in less than a minute! And the kicker was that performance was NOT sacrificed for convenience, but actually improved.