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Oil Filters 1st Gen

Might have been brought up before but I didn't know that Oil filters for our first gen bikes are used in tons of cars! Several models of Nissan, Subaru, Infiniti etc. I did a search for my 2008 Nissan Sentra 2.0 oil filter and its the same as the 2005 F4 1000. Bosch 3300, Mobile 1 M1-108, Purolator PL14612, FRAM PH 6607, WIX 51358, K&N 1008 series and more!
http://www.oreillyauto.com/site/c/se...08&make=Nissan

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Dave, Dave, Dave....there have been extensive threads and studies, and studies of threads on oil, and oil filters, and tires, and, and, and.....

Of those listed, the Purolator PL14612 blows away the competition for filtering and price.

Will it never end....

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It will NEVER end
But in all honesty if we all change our oil every 5000km and use top quality oil, I feel like a fram 6607 will be as good as anything else.

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I changed my Oil pan gasket yesterday and there was a tiny bit of sludge in the pan and a few small metal shavings in the sump plastic filter element. Nothing I would ever be concerned about.

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But in all honesty if we all change our oil every 5000km and use top quality oil, I feel like a fram 6607 will be as good as anything else.

Ok, don't look up the research and see the difference.

Use The Force and Feel which is best....

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Here is a You Tube comparison of those two brands (FRAM and Purolator) for a Camary:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIcFgjEikUY

Aside from the construction, look at the amount of filter media....

Can you feel it?

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Interesting. So RP, K&N, and purolator are all the same.

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Exclamation ? No they're not the same

In Chuck's video they compared a Fram and a Purolator "L" series filter......in

comparison the Fram is a POS......

"L" series filters are made in China....they're white

You want the "PL-14612" it's sort of yellow and made in the US ...... The Mobil 1 M-108

is of equal quality but has less filter media and costs ~80% more

We've had members post pictures of K & N that cracked around the welded on nut for

filter removal.....



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The amount of filters available is truly mind blowing. Would you say that if its made in the USA that its of reasonable quality? Champ labs seems to make tons of them. Hell there's even one that has a John Deere stamp on it. Made in the USA. $7 Canadian dollars.

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[QUOTE=swissinn;1859282]The amount of filters available is truly mind blowing. Would you say that if its made in the USA that its of reasonable quality? Champ labs seems to make tons of them. Hell there's even one that has a John Deere stamp on it. Made in the USA. $7 Canadian dollars.[/QUOTE

Or just use a Purolator PL-14612 as the experts suggest

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