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Question What Mobile1 Oil Filter for '09 600rr? I've searched google and forum...

Good afternoon everyone, I'm looking for the correct Molbile1 Oil filter for a 2009 Honda CBR 600RR; Ive done a quick google search and searched the forums as well but i cannot seem to find it. Can anyone help me out here?

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It might be because they are for cars. You would have to cross reference a motorcycle filter with the Mobil 1.

I checked the Mobil 1 site and found minimal information. All I got was this number. M1MC-173 - Honda Motorcycles (1981-14) (Honda 15412-KF0-000, 15412-KF0-010).

Don't know if this fits. Looked at a pic on Amazon of it. Totally incorrect filter.

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I crossed referenced the Mahle filter I use. Here's what came up as alternatives. Please verify fitment prior to purchasing.

Replacement oil filters for MAHLE OC575:

Brand Model
CHAMPION COF091
CHAMPION COF104
CHAMPION COF203
CHAMPION F301
CHAMPION F306
CHAMPION F308
Fram PH6017
HIFI-FILTER T59
HIFL HF191
HIFLO HF204
HIFLO HF303
HIFLO HF303C
K & N KN191
K & N KN204
K & N KN303
K & N KN303C
Mann Filter MW64
Mann Filter MW64/1
Mann Filter MW66
Purolator ML16817
Purolator ML16819
Sakura C9002V
Wix 51358

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M1-108 or M1-110

M1-108 is about 1.5' shorter and clears the headers easier.

M1-110 is larger capacity, but spills a bit of oil as you pull it out past bottoms of collectors....

Used both for about 40K miles on my 09.
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M1-108 or M1-110

M1-108 is about 1.5' shorter and clears the headers easier.

M1-110 is larger capacity, but spills a bit of oil as you pull it out past bottoms of collectors....

Used both for about 40K miles on my 09.

walmart has one stated M1-108A. thats the one right?

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s/b, its a shorty filter......should thread right on, you can find the 110 at auto stores in their skimpy motorcycle sections...

I've heard that Honda uses the M1 -110 or equal on some 4 cyl. models of civic autos also....
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s/b, its a shorty filter......should thread right on, you can find the 110 at auto stores in their skimpy motorcycle sections...

I've heard that Honda uses the M1 -110 or equal on some 4 cyl. models of civic autos also....
My 600RR and Honda Fit can both use the same filter, yeah. The only difference really is the drain-back valve; in the event the filter gets clogged, there is a valve that will shut so that engine oil will continue to circulate in the engine and not get stuck in the filter. The car filters have a higher threshold pressure since they have larger oil pumps, the motorcycle filters are lower. I have been using the car filters on my 600rr since I got it because I can get them cheaper and they tend to be of higher quality (economies of scale; cars vs bikes.) I accept the risk of failure, since I change my oil on time and use good oil.
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