With spring approaching and bringing the possibility of increased riding its a good time to begin maintenance procedures on your bike. Hench the reason for all of the recent maintenance posts. We did do videos this time so some of them are repeats with a better source of media. If you haven’t performed self maintenance in the past I would encourage you to try. You’ll save a lot of money and learn more about your bike in the process.
This is a re-post of a previous maintenance write-up I did last year. The difference is that we made a video of the process this time. It really shows the process much better and is easier to follow than with pictures alone. I won’t get into the cost savings on this post since it was covered previously.
Here is the link to the previous post that shows the cost savings.
One item I did not cover on the last post on cleaning a K&N filter was the cost savings by following the link through my site. The dealership price for the filter is $89.99 plus tax. If you order using the links below or on the sidebar the cost is only $69.99 and you receive free shipping right to your door. A $20 savings is huge and you can also order the recharge kit and save even more and have it all shipped to your house. I’m not trying to sound like an infomerccial, I just want to help you save some money. That is one of the reasons for doing your own maintenance.
Here is the link to purchase a K&N filter.
K&N Motorcycle Filters
Here is the link to purchase the recharge kit.
K&N Air Filters & Cleaning Kit