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which Oil filter question

before I get flamed for this, I've searched google far and wide on this topic. I've wanted the purolator, but as seen online, They say to not use it on our bikes because of the metal bypass valve being too high for our bikes oil pressures, or something like that. Has anyone got an update on the purolator ones regarding this issue?

regardless, i've decided on these.

Purolator Pure one PL14610
Mobil 1 M1-110
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there is no reason not to use the manufacturer recommended filter. they designed the engine to last and recommend a filter that will guarantee that.
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I found this Oil Filter corss reference several years ago, it doesn't have new motorcycles but since most bikes are still using the same filter sizes as older bikes the chart is still usable.
Motorcycle Oil Filter Cross Reference

I like using car oil filters when I can because they are a little larger so they offer more filter surface area and allow you hold slightly more oil and they usually are at least half the price, if not better.

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purolator pure one is one of, if not the best oil filters made. K&N is over priced and nothing better than average. if memory suits me correctly it is the same filter as hi-flo but for close to twice the price since it has a nut on it.
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purolator pure one is one of, if not the best oil filters made. K&N is over priced and nothing better than average. if memory suits me correctly it is the same filter as hi-flo but for close to twice the price since it has a nut on it.
you use the long or short one?
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I used the one that is almost identical in size to oem
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I use m1-110 for the entire time ive owned the bike. Its cheap and available anywhere. Oh and it works

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In use the K&N, simply because it is a bit cheaper than OEM and has the 17mm nut for removal.
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I use m1-110 for the entire time ive owned the bike. Its cheap and available anywhere. Oh and it works
where can you buy it and how much? i saw it recently at a store and cant remember which one or the price
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In use the K&N, simply because it is a bit cheaper than OEM and has the 17mm nut for removal.
I have the KN at the moment as well. It is easy cause of the nut, but i can't justify spending the amount for it when i can get something for less with equal quality
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In the last five years, I have sold 4,641 of the 15410-MFJ-D01's. Just saying.
I know the OEM is good, but I know theres other cheaper options that are equally as good
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where can you buy it and how much? i saw it recently at a store and cant remember which one or the price

I have the KN at the moment as well. It is easy cause of the nut, but i can't justify spending the amount for it when i can get something for less with equal quality


Anywhere lol Walmart, Fleetfarm, meijer, advance auto, auto zone anywhere around here rly.

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....and about what I pay for the OEM one.

Zero problems being cheap with some things but oil filters $2-3 cheaper are not one of them.

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OEM here...I usually tend to stick with OEM stuff unless I have a fully modded machine of some sorts.

However, on my R6, I would use EMGO filters. Seems a lot of racers used those and were happy. Plus, you can get them cheap on Ebay in bulk...
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Atleast we all agree. There all the same
They're the same principal, but different. :p
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Haha was waiting for someone to say something.

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They're the same principal, but different. :p
Haha was waiting for someone to say something.
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Ended up at autozone and just got the Bosch 3323 :P
I guess that it could be the same. :p
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Ended up at autozone and just got the Bosch 3323 :P
How much did you pay? Last OEM one I bought from my dealer was $10.50.

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there is no reason not to use the manufacturer recommended filter. they designed the engine to last and recommend a filter that will guarantee that.
And they designed the bike to work with the OEM suspension yet people replace that without a second thought all the time. Just cause it's OEM, doesn't mean it's the only option out there.

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And they designed the bike to work with the OEM suspension yet people replace that without a second thought all the time. Just cause it's OEM, doesn't mean it's the only option out there.
they designed the suspension around a price point. you're not making a relevant argument.

no engine manufacturer will ever specify filters or lubricants that could reduce the life span or reliability of their engine

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