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For an easy “Pre-Filter” fix I use a Uni offset filter underneath the stock filter.
There is no difference in noise and I’ve noticed no difference in performance.
I cleaned it the first time after I had about 245 miles on it and at that time the factory filter looked brand new.
These pictures are after 468 miles and this was the second time I had cleaned it.
Most of my rides have been in a group of from 6 to 8 rigs and all in the Yuma Desert Area where it is quite dusty.
I also spent one full day at Glamis.
It is kind of a pain to clean, but with a drill/driver it’s not to bad.
I do oil the inside and outside of the Uni filter
when I bought the filter it was $20.21 and I see it’s gone up a couple bucks.

UNI Hi Capacity 2-Stage Pod Filter Angled 6 in 3 in ID Amazon.com: UNI Hi Capacity 2-Stage Pod Filter Angled 6 in 3 in ID: Automotive

UNI FILTER Foam Filter Oil (1) Amazon.com: UNI FILTER Foam Filter Oil (1): Automotive
 

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Oh I forgot to add I removed the courser Red Pre-filter on the Uni that is shown in the ad as I felt it was Un-necessary after the first time I cleaned it, as it is on the outside of the finer main filter foam
 
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