BikeMaster Oil Filters

BikeMaster Oil Filters
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BikeMaster Oil Filters - Details

  • Oil filter made with high quality materials to be uses with standard and synthetic oils
  • Low internal resistance allows for maximum oil flow
  • Internal check valve prevents oil drain down and dry starts
  • Tough steel casing and base plate, with high quality seal
  • Filters exceed O.E.M standards for filtration and service life
  • Made in the same factory as many O.E.M filters
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BikeMaster Oil Filters - Reviews

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Physically larger than the OEM filter for a 2013 Yamaha FJR1300, WHY???
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working great in 700r
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Good price and works freat
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BikeMaster Oil Filters - Questions and Answers

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How does this go onto the bike, an adapter or something?
amiee, New York
The installation of this oil filter depends on the vehicle. Most street bikes will be a screw on type and some will be a cartridge type.
Chaparral Motorsports
Feb 12, 2014
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