Amsoil oil filter




skydivr

Jumps from perfectly good Airplanes
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#2
I have. Since I've never had any problems the, only way to tell how well it performs would be to cut one open after use and compare. So sometimes when I buy oil (I use their oil) I get a couple. Gonna try their chain lube this time and see if it comes close to my favorite blue can
 

Kildore

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#3
i've used them before. as said above.. i didn't take the time to actually inspect the contents during the change. I do know however that on my exhaust setup now.. the lower profile Amz filter fits without any other hassle. To me its worth a couple extra bucks.
 
#4
Teir Eoa filters are the best on the market. They filter out small stuff and have a lot of capacity. I change my oil at 4000 which is really too early.
 
#6
Can you give me a model of the WIX? I don't know of any filters that use the Amsoil media which is far superior to normal media.
 
#7
Can you give me a model of the WIX? I don't know of any filters that use the Amsoil media which is far superior to normal media.
I just pulled this from the website WIX Filters, Wix oil filters, WIX air filters, Wix Heavy Duty Oil filters - Home

Part Number: 51359
UPC Number: 765809513594
Principle Application: Aprilia, Arctic Cat, Suzuki, Yamaha - Motorcycles, ATVs
Applications
Style: Spin-On Lube Filter
Service: Lube
Type: Full Flow
Media: Paper
Height: 2.782
Outer Diameter Top: 2.685
Outer Diameter Bottom: Closed:
Thread Size: 20X1.0 MM
By-Pass Valve Setting-PSI: 8-11
Anti-Drain Back Valve: Yes
Beta Ratio: 2/20=6/20
Burst Pressure-PSI: 250
Max Flow Rate: 9-11
Nominal Micron Rating: 21


Gasket Diameters Number O.D. I.D. Thk.
Attached 2.475 2.173 0.233
 

GsxrBots

Motorboatin' Moonpies, Gangnam Style
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#9
I've used them. They're pricey even compared to Suzuki, so I'll stick with Suzuki especially after my latest endeavor with an aftermarket oil filter. :banghead:
 

Sous

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#10
I would use them as I use Amsoil anyway, but I love the ability to use the welded nut on the end of the K&N. I changed my oil this past weekend in about 15 minutes and could not be happier with the process as it stands.
 

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