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post #1 of 10 Old 08-06-2019, 02:10 AM Thread Starter
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local shop doesn't carry motorcycle filters any more... Need a source.

I was using the Bosch and went to the usually shop, they're all gone. Don't even carry motorcycle specific oil or chain lube. WTF?

So, I look at the filter and it seems to say Bosch 3320 (hard to read at that angle).

I like Bosch and Wix but can't seem to find a cross reference for the larger ones.

Napa and Pepboys had the SMALL filters, I'd like the larger ones.

Other than Honda (which also had the small filters). where do you guys go and what are the part numbers?

I'm seeing RockAuto 3320 for $6.23 but I'm not seeing the 3320 on the cross reference sheet:

I guess the 919 is a #5 on the list, but no Bosch 3320 on there and I can't find a reference.

https://motorcycleinfo.calsci.com/FilterXRef.html#5


I'm getting Purolator L10193 and PH3950 from Pepboys.

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post #2 of 10 Old 08-06-2019, 02:19 AM
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HiFlo oil filter is what I use. OEM equivalent.
http://www.tobycreek.org/oil_filters/index.shtml

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post #3 of 10 Old 08-06-2019, 02:47 AM Thread Starter
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Looks like Wix has a lookup site:

http://www.wixfilters.com/Lookup/App...aspx?Section=6

WL10000

Maybe I need to buy these in bulk if the local parts places aren't going to carry motorcycle filters any more. I was under the impression that these crossed over from car filters.

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Looks like Wix has a lookup site:

WIX Filters - Products Catalog by Application

WL10000

Maybe I need to buy these in bulk if the local parts places aren't going to carry motorcycle filters any more. I was under the impression that these crossed over from car filters.

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post #5 of 10 Old 08-06-2019, 02:53 AM
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I copied this and stored it years ago...

Oil filter
Ryco Z436
SCA436
Fram ph6607 ph7317
Valvoline vo33 vo5
K & N 204 204c
Purolator pl14612 / 14610/ ML16817
Mobil m1-108 / 110
Bosch 3300 / 3323/ 3320
Wix 51365
Vesrah 4007
Hiflo HF204
Champion COF-104
Repco rof135
Purolator V4612 ( the Warehouse)
Motorcycle Filters
OEM - Kawasaki 16097-0004
AC Delco PF2135
AMSOil SMF103
Carquest 85358
AC Delco PF2135
FRAM PH6017A
HiFlo HF303 (HF303C for chrome version)
Honda 15410-MCJ-000
K&N KN-204 (Made by HiFlo, 75mm long, Metric nut on end for easy removal)
K&N KN-303 (Made by HiFlo, 85mm long, Metric nut on end for easy removal, KN-303C for chrome version)
NAPA Gold 1358
Purolator ML16817 (Imported from China, not made by Purolator)
STP SMO 17
WIX 51358

Automobile Filters (~2.5" long)
AC Delco PF1237
Baldwin B1400
Bosch 3300
Firestone TF2876
Hastings LF113
K&N PS-1008
K&N HP-1008 (same as Mobil1 with nut welded on)
K&N SS-1008 ($200+, reusable stainless steel mesh filter)
Mobil 1 M1-108
NAPA Gold 1365
Purolator L14612
Purolator Pure One PL14612
STP S-02876
WalMart SuperTech ST6607
WIX 51365

Automobile Filters (~3.25" long)
AC Delco PF-2057
Auto Pro 2356
Autopride CF240AP
Baldwin B1402
Bosch 3323
Carquest 85356
Carquest Red B4620
Casite CF240
Castrol 7317
Champion Labs Ph2867
Defense Filters Dl7317
Deutsch D-370
Federated Filters LF240F
Fram Double Guard DG7317
Fram PH7317
Fram Tough Guard TG7317
Fram Xtra Guard XG7317
Group 7 V4610
Group 7 V4620
Hastings LF240
K&N PS-1010
K&N HP-1010 (same as Mobil1 with nut welded on)
K&N SS-1010 ($200+, reusable stainless steel mesh filter)
Mighty M4612
Millard ML-3593
Mobil 1 M1-110
Motorcraft Long Life FL-821
Napa FIL1356
Napa Gold 1356
Parts Plus PH2867
Pennzoil PZ-109
Penske 7317
Powerflo SL14610
Powerflo SL14620
Pro Gauge PGO-4620
Pro Tec 164
Promotive PH4610
Pronto PO3593A
Purolator L14610
Purolator Pure One PL14610
Service Champ OF-4622
Shell SH48
Shell SH529
Stp S-02867
Valvoline VO50
WalMart SuperTech ST7317
Warner PH2867
Wix 51356

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post #6 of 10 Old 08-06-2019, 09:47 AM
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I usually run a Motorcraft FL 816 on mine
The FL 821 listed is replaced by the FL 822, which will go on with a few cuss words but is just is just a tad too long
The FL 816 is about an 1/8" shorter than the FL 821

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post #7 of 10 Old 08-07-2019, 07:39 AM
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My local Cycle Gear carries the K&N KN-204. I like the metric nut at the end because it is so much easier to remove the filter.

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post #8 of 10 Old 08-07-2019, 03:23 PM
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Please forgive my ignorance- new to the 919. Is there any reason you guys don't just use the OEM filter? I see it's only $9.92USD on Partzilla. I recently used the Honda GN4 oil change kit which a dealer sold to me for $50AUD- that included oil, filter and sump washer. I'm sure it'd be even cheaper for you guys in the US.

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post #9 of 10 Old 08-07-2019, 03:28 PM Thread Starter
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Just did the oil/filter change. The filter I took off is a Bosch 3320 and about 2X the size of the Mobile 1 10A. IDK if it matters or not as long as it does the job.

Also, found yet another leak. This one looks like the water seal just above the oil filter. Probably an O ring like on the Tstat adapter on the right side.

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post #10 of 10 Old 08-07-2019, 03:32 PM Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by vinnyzuk View Post
Please forgive my ignorance- new to the 919. Is there any reason you guys don't just use the OEM filter? I see it's only $9.92USD on Partzilla. I recently used the Honda GN4 oil change kit which a dealer sold to me for $50AUD- that included oil, filter and sump washer. I'm sure it'd be even cheaper for you guys in the US.
Local shop want $15 and I wasn't sure it was the right one as it was MUCH smaller than what I was using. The ones I've been using were about the thickness of the pad they sit on which is about 2X the size of what they said was the OEM one.

I got the Bosch 3320 for maybe $4 and stocked up on those and always got the Wix before that. The one auto store was close and I'd just pull over and get what I needed and it worked. For some reason, they aren't selling that stuff anymore and I got caught off guard.

I'm sure the Mobile1 is just as good of a filter, I just wasn't sure about the size difference.

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