Universal Restore Kit by Takeda®. Keep your Takeda performance air filter in top shape with the Restore Kit. The kit includes everything you need to thoroughly clean your air filter and put it back to like new condition.
- Maintains the life and performance of your Takeda performance air filter
- Includes filter cleaner
- Easy to use
A Takeda Pro DRY S air filter should remain effective for 25,000 to 30,000 miles. However, you should regularly check your air filter when performing vehicle service like oil changes, more often if you frequently drive in extremely dusty conditions. When it gets to the point where you can't see the aluminum mesh on the filter anymore, it's time to clean your air filter.
When cleaning is necessary, use only the Takeda Restore Kit. The Takeda cleaning solution is uniquely formulated to clean without damaging the filter media. Never use gasoline, detergents or parts solvent.
When cleaning is required, remove the air filter and use a soft bristle brush, like a paint brush, to remove large pieces of dirt and debris from between the pleats. Gently tap the filter on the ground to dislodge any loose dirt, being careful not to bend any of the pleats. Spray the cleaning solution on the dirty side of the filter and allow it to soak in for about 10 minutes.
Using low pressure water from the tap or a hose, rinse the filter from the inside out. Do not use high pressure water. Repeat spraying cleaner and rinsing until the water runs clear. Since the filter media will be stained, it will not be completely white and may still appear dirty. Let the filter air dry. Do not use compressed air. It will take a few hours for the Pro DRY S filter to completely dry, but it may take longer depending on humidity and temperature. The filter cleaning process is now complete and the filter can be returned to service.
TAKEDA® is a division of Advanced Flow Engineering (aFe) Inc. Headquartered in Corona, California; the company was launched in 2009 to specialize in the development, design and manufacture of performance products for sport compact cars. Today, Takeda is most well-known for its line of performance air intake systems. These systems are flow bench and dyno tested for optimal performance, and feature mandrel-bent aluminum intake tubes in polished or black finish.