This No Toil Oil kit is recommended for Rottweiler Intake Systems for it's ability to spray on easily and clean even easier using only their detergent mixed with water. Our filter systems are built around a skeletal frame that will not allow you to 'squeeze' the filter while cleaning. With No Toil, this is not a problem as their water soluble cleaner effectively dissolves the old oil without much fuss or mess. Once dried, the convenient aerosol spray can uniformly coats the filter element very nicely getting you set for your next adventure.
Posted by Thomas Carlson on 2nd Jul 2017
Wear gloves or you'll have a mess on your hands! What's in this stuff? This is my first time using a foam filter, so I don't have enough use of the bike to have an opinion on how well it filters. But I can say application is easy enough. Do follow Rottweiler's application instructions, though, and knead the foam to get the oil in. I put in too much and had a small puddle under the bike the next morning. If you're a first-timer as well, I'd suggest putting the filter aside overnight with something under one edge so it's tilted to one side. That way any excess oil doesn't wind up on the floor.
Posted by Unknown on 16th Dec 2016
Absolutely no toil here...
Posted by Peter on 26th Oct 2016
The recommended kit is the perfect match for these types of filters. The spray works great at an inch or two away from the foam and the cleaner makes life easy for clean up. Not to mention an intake that ISN'T full of dust like the stock KTM air-box.
Posted by Ray from NorCal on 30th Aug 2016
Not too much to say about the no toil kit, other than it works well. The cleaner gets the filter clean quickly, and the oil is easy to apply by spray. I would recommend this kit, and will definitely be buying it again