well to clean it an easy way is just to pour some gas into a bucket and put the air cleaner in it and wash it in there the take it out and ring it out and dry it and put it back in
Just take it to sink wash with dish soap and warm water wring out excess water let air dry. Put clean filter in a baggie spray some air filter oil into baggie seal then work oil into filter remove from baggie and install. Please dont use gas it will degrade filter material which will cause filter to fail and ingest dirt into motor.
just buy one
A dirt bike uses a foam filter (some filters have a second coarse outer layer) over a plastic frame. The plastic frame keeps the filter stretched tight around the air intake for the carb. The foam filter is oiled lightly and dirt and particles stick to the oil on the outside of the filter.
Bad fuel, dirt in the fuel filter, dirty air filter.
change the oil. higher grade of gasoline. change air filter
replace the plug, clean dirt from carb, change the air filter,
Every 5000 miles an air filter should be changed regularly. You can stretch the life out of an air filter by just blowing some of the dirt out.
Replacing the air filter with more efficient one and removing the air filter snorkel. Replacing the stock muffler with more efficient one. Re-jetting the carburetor .
It depends on the type of bike you have but it is either under the seat or in a little black plastic container on the side. You just need to unscrew the seat and the plastics on the side to get it
Not enough air in the mix.
Make sure you change your oil every so often. Make sure you keep your chain tight. Clean your air filter everytime you ride it or buy a new one. Make sure everything stays lubed. Dont rag the bike out and you should be fine.
with an air filter iv always learned to just check it every once and a while because your just suposed to change it when its dirty there is no certain time your suposed to change it. how offen will depend if you live on dirt road or not