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a99miata
Posted 2008-10-02 7:36 PM (#19636)
Subject: oil filters


Tourer

Posts: 423
northwest florida

ok, from gleaning the threads I found these oil filters fit the vision.

Purolator Pure One PL14610
Mobil 1 M1-110,
Bosch 3323,
WalMart SuperTech ST7317,

Now if only the oil threads were this clear! lol
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Breaker
Posted 2008-10-03 2:45 PM (#19711 - in reply to #19636)
Subject: Re: oil filters


Iron Butt

Posts: 732
Western WA
Don't forget the K&N KN-198
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cw1115
Posted 2008-10-03 3:37 PM (#19715 - in reply to #19636)
Subject: RE: oil filters


Visionary

Posts: 1290
Ruskin, Fl
I used the Bosch 3323 oil change before last. They are readily available at my local parts store. Physical size is identical to the Polaris filter, but it is not listed in the cross referance for the stock filter. Some tiny STP filter two thirds the size is shown as a match. Anybody think there is any problem using the Bosch? I went back to a Polaris filter because I knew it was going to the dealer for service next go round.
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GaVision
Posted 2008-10-03 6:57 PM (#19743 - in reply to #19636)
Subject: Re: oil filters


Puddle Jumper

Posts: 17
Decatur, GA
Don't forget about the re-usable filter which Conquest Customs is selling. You might say "A filter for life!" This is a great product since it does several things at once: it cleans better than a paper, it has a higher flow rate and it also serves as an additional oil cooler.

Click here Conquest Customs

Edited by GaVision 2008-10-03 6:59 PM
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space_cwboy
Posted 2008-10-05 7:13 PM (#19930 - in reply to #19636)
Subject: Re: oil filters


Cruiser

Posts: 235
Evergreen, CO
Add the Amsoil EaO13 to the list
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TexasVision
Posted 2008-10-05 9:11 PM (#19945 - in reply to #19636)
Subject: Re: oil filters


Cruiser

Posts: 129
Leander,Texas
I own the K&N and i love it!
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jama
Posted 2008-10-05 10:04 PM (#19955 - in reply to #19636)
Subject: Re: oil filters


Cruiser

Posts: 293
Arkansas
If my memory serves me, the Mobil 1, Bosch, and Super-Tec are all made by Champion. I couldn't tell the difference holding each; quality and materials appear the same. Nitrile diaphragm, synthetic media, etcetera.
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a99miata
Posted 2008-10-06 9:03 AM (#19983 - in reply to #19636)
Subject: Re: oil filters


Tourer

Posts: 423
northwest florida
Purolator Pure One PL14610
Mobil 1 M1-110,
Bosch 3323,
WalMart SuperTech ST7317,
Amsoil EaO13,
K&N KN-198,
re-usable filter which Conquest Customs is selling....up date.......


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sonicbluerider
Posted 2008-10-06 9:14 AM (#19987 - in reply to #19636)
Subject: Re: oil filters


Tourer

Posts: 576
, IA
k&p from Conquest Customs use it on both bikes looks nice and seems to work well and hay it stays on bike not in a land fill
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vtwin17
Posted 2008-10-06 4:43 PM (#20020 - in reply to #19636)
Subject: RE: oil filters


Cruiser

Posts: 64
Northern RI
Using the one from Conquest Customs
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rdbudd
Posted 2008-10-07 12:03 PM (#20074 - in reply to #19636)
Subject: RE: oil filters


Visionary

Posts: 1630
Jasper, MO
Wix 51356, or 51358. Available at any auto parts store. Usually around $6 or $7. Wix doesn't make cheap filters like the ones you get at Walmart. Wix' primary business is filters for the heavy equipment industry.

Ronnie

Edited by rdbudd 2008-10-07 12:04 PM
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Jedi Jeff
Posted 2008-10-12 6:26 PM (#20546 - in reply to #19987)
Subject: Re: oil filters


Rockland, MA United States
sonicbluerider - 2008-10-06 9:14 AM

k&p from Conquest Customs use it on both bikes looks nice and seems to work well and hay it stays on bike not in a land fill


It's also offered through Vision-Riders here.


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bigwill5150
Posted 2008-10-12 6:45 PM (#20547 - in reply to #19636)
Subject: Re: oil filters


Iron Butt

Posts: 725
Reno County, KS
Wow! This is a simple thread? LOL All good info though and I'm sure it will save me some time in the future. I was just wondering about it the other day as a matter of fact.
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ness_fan
Posted 2008-10-12 7:17 PM (#20548 - in reply to #20547)
Subject: Re: oil filters


Cruiser

Posts: 64
US
I printed off the list went to Napa and got a NAPA gold which is a rebranded Wix, paid 6 bucks. Wix filters are good enough Amsoil recommends them on their site and also sells them.
Robert
2009 Midnight Cherry Street Premium
All stock, for now!
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