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.
think of it as light penetrates glass, but air can't The filter permits air to go through, but not dirt and dust.
Hepa filters work quite well. Ionizers work too, but are not nearly as efficient.
Not enough air in the mix.
Yes they do unless it is a 50
Ionic air filters work by helping to clean the air, and keep all the dirt and dust trapped inside. The filter allows clean air to escape through, and keep the air healthy to breathe.
You are getting too much air into your engine, if this is a motorcycle, ATV or dirt bike carb try adjusting the air screw.
Purchase return air filter grilles with washable filters.
Mud flaps, a decent reflectors, a headlight and blinking taillight, fenders, air filters, aftermarket exhausts, Performance brake pads and Engine guard and frame sliders.
just buy one
The air filter goes inside the air cleaner housing and keeps dust and road dirt out of the carb and engine.
if your riding off-road let some air out of your tires i run about 8 or 10 if that dosent work get a softer tire