No Toil Kits - 26.95
All Rottweiler filter systems are designed to incorporate the use of filter oil in order to maintain filter effectiveness. CPR Fabrications recommends the use of NO-TOIL Oils for all filter applications. NO-TOIL OIL is water soluble. Maintenance requires only water and a mild detergent cleaner that is included in the kit along with grease for the rim of the filter.
NO-TOIL OIL can be purchased along with our filter system in the store.
For the best cleaning results and longevity of your filter it is recommended that you use No Toil Oil systems and follow the instructions below. Always use the products in accordance with instructions. Improper use of cleaning chemicals or use of non-approved chemicals can damage filter materials.
The cleaning kit is intended to be used in a two part cleaning process where the cleaner breaks down the sticky dust retention oil on the filter, which is then washed off using warm water and washing up liquid/dish washing soap.
Apply the cleaning solution liberally onto the filter and thoroughly massage in. You need to ensure the solution has worked its way through all the layers in the foam and it may be necessary to apply extra solution until you are satisfied the cleaning fluid has fully penetrated the foam. To help the cleaner break down the oil, it is advisable to leave the filter for 2-3 minutes and then further massage the cleaner into the foam.
The next step is to wash the filter out in warm soapy water. Fill the sink/washing bowl with a strong solution of water and washing up liquid/dish washing soap, then submerge the filter in the solution. You should see an oily residue rising out of the filter as it enters the water which will then turn white as it mixes with the water/detergent mix. Repeat this process until you are satisfied that the filter is completely clean and then rinse with clean water only to ensure no dish washing detergent is left on the filter.
This stage of the process should take no more than 4 – 5 minutes, leaving the filter submerged in water for a prolonged period of time may cause the glues in the filter to soften and eventually break down.
Now the filter is clean you will need to leave it in a warm, dry place until is fully dried out. Do not use a high pressure air line or heat gun to speed the process up.
Once the filter is dry, re-oil with the No Toil dust retention coating. If this is not available, only use a specific foam air filter oil. Suitable brands that we are aware of include Silkolene, Motul, Rock Oil, Shell, or Q8.
Under no circumstances use cotton gauze filter oil, engine oil or any other oil not specifically manufactured for foam air filters.
Tune done and again WOW! I can't believe what a difference this filter makes. The 990 has all sorts of power from 3k to redline. Just putting the CPR on made a huge difference in power and the modifications Nels made to the map was another big boost.
-Chris Vigil RC8
Huge gains everywhere especially where you ride it. Smooth throttle, lots of mid and top and no "Chugging or coughing" out of tight corners. Very happy with the results.
"Your intake system is the best on the market for KTM. With your intake system my bike is like a "low flying aircraft" now!
-Viking @ SuperDuke.net
"Very impressed with the Rottweiler box. Quality build and well priced. I was a bit dubious but there we have it, gives good gains.
1st run with mapping still set from Pod filters
= 119.85rwbhp/ 74.54 lbft torque
Final run after a few tweaks on the map
= 125.28rwbhp/ 77.89 lbft torque
"Air filter works well, very well, even better than the other aftermarket filter I had before"
My father in law picked the bike up this morning and rang especially to say he would not have believed changing to the Rottweiler Intake System could make such an improvement, smoother on and off the throttle, less popping and farting on the over run and a very noticeable increase in power. The installers said the other filters looked a little more flash, but they are certian that the CPR FAB Rottweiler outperforms the other ones they installed before on other bikes.
By the way, huge gains with the ‘full’ RAM Air Rottweiler intake installed on the 2012 KTM RC8R. I gained 8 mph on the straight at Fontana with the full RAM Air kit!
Rottweiler Performance by CPR Fabrications • 1021 W. 18th St. Costa Mesa CA, 92627 Phone 949-412-1971