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post #1 of 62 Old 08-09-2014, 01:41 PM Thread Starter
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Oil/oil filter question

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What oil/oil filter do you recommend and where I can find it readily available? I have change it previously bought from AdvanceAuto Parts but I'm looking for something better.

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post #2 of 62 Old 08-09-2014, 01:48 PM
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This place has been slow, we need a good oil thread.

Pretty much any oil that isn't energy conserving will work fine. Rotella 15W-40 for me.

Good reference for filters (we are in group 5):

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I used the Supertech 7317 (discontinued) from Walmart, but just used the last one. Gonna switch to Purolator L14610 at my next oil change...just cuz I'm a cheap bastard.

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I also run the Rotella T ... I buy it in 20L buckets when it goes on sale.

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I run Honda full synthetic and Honda or Mobil-1 oil filter.

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Oil filter possibilities [you choose!]:
ryco Z436
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Fram ph6607 ph7317
Valvoline vo33 vo5
K & N 204 204c
Purolator pl14612 / 14610/ ML16817
Mobil m1-108 / 110
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Purolator 14610 and Honda GN-4. $25 per oil change every 3k miles.

You can easily pick up the Purolator filter at Walmart for $3.27 and the GN-4 at your local Honda dealership for about $5 per quart (around $25 after tax)

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I use the OEM filter.
I have tried Honda, Spectro & Repsol oils. It might just be a mental illusion but my bike seems to like Repsol.

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I laugh at people who run anything but the OEM Honda filter. Honda specifications for the bipass valve are specific to the brand and using anything else will harm your engine without question how much so it heavily debated but the fact is the opening pressure of the OEM Honda filter is different than that of every other brand and unless you can prove it with technical documentation from a well known and respected authority then shut your fricken pie hole as you are spitting out more than you are puttin in if you get my drift cowboy now back to the bipass pressure on many of those other filters it may open too soon dumping dirty oil directly into the entire system and if it does not open soon enough you run the very great risk of over pressurizing the oiling system and if you are lucky you will only blow a gasket and if not you might end up blowing something that you will later regret -

wait, that did not sound right.....

what were we talking about?

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...you might end up blowing something that you will later regret -

wait, that did not sound right.....
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I laugh at people who run anything but the OEM Honda filter. Honda specifications for the bipass valve are specific to the brand and using anything else will harm your engine without question how much so it heavily debated but the fact is the opening pressure of the OEM Honda filter is different than that of every other brand and unless you can prove it with technical documentation from a well known and respected authority then shut your fricken pie hole as you are spitting out more than you are puttin in if you get my drift cowboy now back to the bipass pressure on many of those other filters it may open too soon dumping dirty oil directly into the entire system and if it does not open soon enough you run the very great risk of over pressurizing the oiling system and if you are lucky you will only blow a gasket and if not you might end up blowing something that you will later regret -

wait, that did not sound right.....

what were we talking about?
Just curious how you know absolutely that: "the fact is the opening pressure of the OEM Honda filter is different than that of every other brand"

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Just curious how you know absolutely that: "the fact is the opening pressure of the OEM Honda filter is different than that of every other brand"
I used to be the service manager for two dealerships and am Bronze Certified by Honda yes Honda itself that is how and even if that statement was possibly not 100% true how are you YOU YOU going to know which specific filter meets each and every requirement set forth by the great and might Honda!

Sorry, seriously, I know the Honda bi-pass is different than many other filters, to say it is different from every other brand was pure hyperbole....

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so your saying you followed the manual and over torqued everyones rear wheel on each tire change.

good for you, scotty. given er all u got!


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I laugh at people who .... without question ... every other brand and unless you can prove it ... then shut your fricken pie hole ... if you get my drift cowboy .... you run the very great risk of ... if you are lucky you will only blow a gasket .... you might end up ...you will later regret
Find yourself getting in many internet-based conflicts, bro?

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Find yourself getting in many internet-based conflicts, bro?
Naw, he usually just gets banned. I use a Wix filter and AMSOIL.

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Chevron 20w-50 conventional and a napa filter(same one as my lawnmower and '07+ toyota yaris)

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Rotella Dino oil and a Bosch 3030

I'd run a puroletor but I like the black filter.

Just for shits and giggles. How many people here run non OEM filters and have had engine issues? Better yet has anyone run non OEM filters and had a black stone oil analysis done? I've done them for the cars but never the bikes.
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rotella t6 and Bosch 3323... damn bosch changed their sticker now though so instead of being a black filter with red letters it has a white sticker on it! now I just peel the sticker off before I put it on...

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I laugh at people who run anything but the OEM Honda filter. Honda specifications for the bipass valve are specific to the brand and using anything else will harm your engine without question how much so it heavily debated but the fact is the opening pressure of the OEM Honda filter is different than that of every other brand ... on many of those other filters it may open too soon dumping dirty oil directly into the entire system and if it does not open soon enough you run the very great risk of over pressurizing the oiling system and if you are lucky you will only blow a gasket
It would seem to be a very easy test given the proper equipment, which I'm sure someone does. But then again the reason why most diesel oil companies don't even bother getting a wet clutch motorcycle-use stamp, simply just not enough of a market.

I sure as hell hope I'm not over pressurizing or dumping dirty oil in my system..Now you got me second guessing my stuff

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It would seem to be a very easy test given the proper equipment, which I'm sure someone does. But then again the reason why most diesel oil companies don't even bother getting a wet clutch motorcycle-use stamp, simply just not enough of a market.

I sure as hell hope I'm not over pressurizing or dumping dirty oil in my system..Now you got me second guessing my stuff
For what its worth I've heard the same thing for all of our cars and my motorcycle, Suzukis have a weird size filter so even more people are in major fear of messing stuff up.

So far so good.

If you are worried, check out black stone, if the bypass opens too soon, they'll find dirt in your oil, if it doesnt open up soon enough, they'll find worse crap in your oil

Do it for peace of mind and post up the results here.
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Bobistheoilguy has a few blackstone results. Only thing is the majority of the guys posting there are ironbutts on cruisers/sport tourers.

What's a blackstone test cost? I've got $5 towards someone who wants to send their well used oil in and post results here (3-5k miles, more the better).

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I sure as hell hope I'm not over pressurizing or dumping dirty oil in my system..Now you got me second guessing my stuff
Dear Sir,

I strongly suggest you relax and forget about the above mentioned and instead enjoy your ride.

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Dear Sir,

I strongly suggest you relax and forget about the above mentioned and instead enjoy your ride.
+1 don't sweat it.

Honda dealerships over tighten the rear axle all the time because Honda tells them to....

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Bobistheoilguy has a few blackstone results. Only thing is the majority of the guys posting there are ironbutts on cruisers/sport tourers.

What's a blackstone test cost? I've got $5 towards someone who wants to send their well used oil in and post results here (3-5k miles, more the better).
Their website says it costs $25... I wish I would have read this last week... just changed mine using T6 and a bosch filter with just over 6k miles on it...

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Gonna switch to Purolator L14610 at my next oil change...just cuz I'm a cheap bastard.
I'm a cheap bastard too BUT, those cheap darn filters will not work with the stock headers, you lucky bastard.... I have to go with M1-108, darn it

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If you're spending in the $7-8 range just go get a Hiflo filter from Honda of Croton. Then head to Wally World for some rotella.
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Dear Sir,

I strongly suggest you relax and forget about the above mentioned and instead enjoy your ride.
Well really that type of worry only occurs when the bike and pilot is at idle. What's really on my mind is if my 55ft lbs setting was good enough for the rear wheel and if my cheapo torque wrench wasn't off... lol



Ok so who wants to be the official WT oil donor of 5-6k mile, preferably diesel oil, for a Blackstone analysis? Maybe I should make a thread...I'll pitch $5 towards your test just for test results to be posted here.

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Ok so who wants to be the official WT oil donor of 5-6k mile, preferably diesel oil, for a Blackstone analysis? Maybe I should make a thread...I'll pitch $5 towards your test just for test results to be posted here.
I'm game. I'm long overdue for an oil change and my transmission is shifting like utter shit.

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What oil, mileage, and filter? Best to take the oil after a long ride when you've burned off stuff that can burn off.

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Their website says it costs $25... I wish I would have read this last week... just changed mine using T6 and a bosch filter with just over 6k miles on it...

That's what I've been using for the past 3k miles and my 02 with 32k is quite happy. I wouldn't let Steve's comment worry you.


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I'm a cheap bastard too BUT, those cheap darn filters will not work with the stock headers, you lucky bastard.... I have to go with M1-108, darn it
Those M1-108 are like bling though. I used the Supertech 6607's when I had the stock headers, but they are discontinued. I think Purolator L14612 will fit.

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I laugh at people who run anything but the OEM Honda filter. Honda specifications for the bipass valve are specific to the brand and using anything else will harm your engine without question how much so it heavily debated but the fact is the opening pressure of the OEM Honda filter is different than that of every other brand and unless you can prove it with technical documentation from a well known and respected authority then shut your fricken pie hole as you are spitting out more than you are puttin in if you get my drift cowboy now back to the bipass pressure on many of those other filters it may open too soon dumping dirty oil directly into the entire system and if it does not open soon enough you run the very great risk of over pressurizing the oiling system and if you are lucky you will only blow a gasket and if not you might end up blowing something that you will later regret - wait, that did not sound right..... what were we talking about?
. Hahaha. Ether you enjoy being a douche or you got funny sense of humor. Maybe both?? Bypass pressure. .. Over pressurizing the oil system... honda Dealership .... Hahahahaha. Well known a respected authority....

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Those M1-108 are like bling though. I used the Supertech 6607's when I had the stock headers, but they are discontinued. I think Purolator L14612 will fit.
Mike, L14612 is 3.5" same as PL... , I need 2.5" so I got the "blink-blink" this time, and of course the "wrong" Diesel oil

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Mike, L14612 is 3.5" same as PL... , I need 2.5" so I got the "blink-blink" this time, and of course the "wrong" Diesel oil
Oh ok, I was thinking that was the shorter one (TWSS). I stand corrected

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Be careful the wrong oil and oil filter can cause your wheel bearing to fail.
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Be careful the wrong oil and oil filter can cause your wheel bearing to fail.


I ward that off now by torquing the oil filter to 69 ft-lbs.

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