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Honda 600 2005 F4-I Oil filter

I got an Oil filter and Air filter from the Honda dealer and they were the wrong ones, Any one know of a different brand that they like better then the Honda oil filter? and where to find out the correct size?

Thanks for the help, also do you recomend synthetic oil?
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Re: Honda 600 2005 F4-I Oil filter

I like the K&N oil filter (pn KN204) because it has a nut on the end and safety wire hole. Easy to remove and install, costs ~$12 to $15.

I started running full synthetic oil at 3k miles.
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Re: Honda 600 2005 F4-I Oil filter

i stick with the oem. safest option and works well.
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Re: Honda 600 2005 F4-I Oil filter

Thanks for the help. So you both agree on the synthetic oil? My bike is an 05, but it only has 3600 miles.
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Re: Honda 600 2005 F4-I Oil filter

safe to use synthetic since your bike is already well run in.
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Re: Honda 600 2005 F4-I Oil filter

I agree...synthetic oil... I run it in my 05 with an OEM oil filter.
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Re: Honda 600 2005 F4-I Oil filter

Thanks for the advice. This seems to be a good site for advice.

Take care.
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