NO, you must change every 12,000, so there is not a tab left on your plastic at 150,000 miles🔧😉I did mine a couple months ago. Take off left top cover, inlet sitting right there. Glad i did, mine has 26k miles on it, hardly dirty. Will be good until 40k at least. Also great to double check that no critter got up there. I use my borescope more than I thought I would with my iPad.
Very not bad!!!! That would get around the screens that everyone should have on their inlets to keep the mice out Too!!!Addition: To borescope ideas+++ IS +++you can buy the cables very reasonable''' SOOO++ just buy one you can use with your phone and INSTALL the cable and camera in the air cleaner box and just plug it into your phone anytime you want to look at it!! Without having to take anything apart!!!!! & spy on them littler critters doing naughty stuff in your air box!!!
Many of us have purchased used bikes with no maintenance records. Mine has 30K miles and I’ve replaced/checked everything I can get to. I have a new air-filter but hesitate to disassemble half the bike only to find a nearly new filter in place.Common sense says:
If your going to go through the trouble just to use a Boroscope.
Why not just change the Filter every 25-30,000 mikes?
At least you'd have a baseline for where you ride!
BTW- no Boroscope can show how much junk there is in the bottom of the pleats!
BTDT, have the unused boroscope in the drawer!
OTOH. a scope will tell you if a mouse is not paying rent on that airfilter apartment!
I can understand what your saying.Many of us have purchased used bikes with no maintenance records. Mine has 30K miles and I’ve replaced/checked everything I can get to. I have a new air-filter but hesitate to disassemble half the bike only to find a nearly new filter in place.