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    Aftermarket oil filter for the TTSE
    on: Jan 29, 2017, 08.10 pm
    Jan 29, 2017, 08.10 pm
    For those who either choose to use them or do not have a dealer nearby, there is a direct cross oil filter available through NAPA if you do not want to use the K&N 204.  It is:

    NAPA Gold 101000

    The filter may have SL10000 printed on it

    These are manufactured by WIX, which are very high quality oil filters.

    Mine today cost me $11.79 out the door for comparison.
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    Re: Aftermarket oil filter for the TTSE
    Reply #1 on: Jan 30, 2017, 04.43 pm
    Jan 30, 2017, 04.43 pm
    good to know there are options. I generally but 2-4 filters at a time so I don't need to worry if I want to do a last minute oil change before I spontaneously decide to head out of town on a long trip :008:

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    Re: Aftermarket oil filter for the TTSE
    Reply #2 on: Feb 02, 2017, 03.32 am
    Feb 02, 2017, 03.32 am
    I have a hard time wanting to leave ANY motor oil in a bike for 10k miles so will probably do a change every 5-6k.  My closest dealer is well over 100 miles away...
    Nice to be able to do it when I want to with locally purchased supplies.  Filter from NAPA, AMSOIL MC oil from Brooks...
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    Re: Aftermarket oil filter for the TTSE
    Reply #3 on: Jul 02, 2017, 07.01 pm
    Jul 02, 2017, 07.01 pm
    Other filters that cross reference and are good quality:

    Mobil-1 M1-108 or M1-110
    Bosch 3300 or 3323
    Purolator PL14612 or 14610. (Not the ML-series filters but the PL, PBL etc.)

    Used to be a Wal-Mart SuperTech filter that was decent and $2, but last time I went looking for one they appeared to be gone... The Purolators are what I use - run in the $6-7 range and much high quality than the Fram-type OEM filters.

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    Re: Aftermarket oil filter for the TTSE
    Reply #4 on: Jul 02, 2017, 11.03 pm
    Jul 02, 2017, 11.03 pm
    I have been using Fram PH6017a filter from Walmart :028:

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    Re: Aftermarket oil filter for the TTSE
    Reply #5 on: Jul 04, 2017, 03.24 am
    Jul 04, 2017, 03.24 am
    *Originally Posted by briandca [+]
    I have been using Fram PH6017a filter from Walmart :028:

    That is good to know I have 3 of the 6017A filters that fit my Tiger 1050 left over.
    I have been getting my oil filters from the dealer for around $10 U.S. I change the oil every 5000 miles.
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    Re: Aftermarket oil filter for the TTSE
    Reply #6 on: Jul 04, 2017, 03.41 am
    Jul 04, 2017, 03.41 am
    *Originally Posted by thogland [+]
    Other filters that cross reference and are good quality:

    Mobil-1 M1-108 or M1-110
    Bosch 3300 or 3323
    Purolator PL14612 or 14610. (Not the ML-series filters but the PL, PBL etc.)

    Used to be a Wal-Mart SuperTech filter that was decent and $2, but last time I went looking for one they appeared to be gone... The Purolators are what I use - run in the $6-7 range and much high quality than the Fram-type OEM filters.

    Purolator has an issue with their filter media tearing for the past several years.  It might be worth while to cut one open and take a look after you take t off.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=purolator+torn+media&oq=purolat&aqs=chrome.2.0j69i57j0j69i61j0l2.8991j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

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    Re: Aftermarket oil filter for the TTSE
    Reply #7 on: Jul 04, 2017, 05.46 am
    Jul 04, 2017, 05.46 am
    *Originally Posted by smash [+]
    Purolator has an issue with their filter media tearing for the past several years.  It might be worth while to cut one open and take a look after you take t off.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=purolator+torn+media&oq=purolat&aqs=chrome.2.0j69i57j0j69i61j0l2.8991j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

    Problems were apparently with the standard filters - the PureOne filters don't seem to have this issue. There's a few others using the same media - Champion and Hastings, mainly - so I stick to those, generally the Bosch or Mobil1 (Champion-made).

     



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