Purolator oil filter PL14610?

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    Suraj New Member

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    I'm using the same oil filter as pictured by OOTV. It has been working fine since November of last year. Just make sure it is tight enough to not leak any oil. Mine is the shorter version though since it's a pain to tighten it with the vacuum hose and exhaust pipes sitting in between.
     
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    Just to be thorough, I took a pic of the old PL14610 I took off the bike today. Looks like the latest version is convex compared to the older yellow version. It went on without a hitch so I expect it to be status quo...

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    I use the best oil filter the Platinum 41356 made for syn oil, the purolator would work ok. I have removed the charcoal device for mor room and 2 pds less weight:bluesbros:. I use the Castrol rt full syn 10-40 very good oil and price.
     
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    I use the Purolator Pure One 14610 and I've noticed that the filter walls are not as strong as the old yellow, textured version. I'm now using the Mobil One M1-110. It also fits my 2008 Accord and 2012 CR-V. How about that for a clean sweep?
     

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