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★a problem about 954 Oil Filter

my 954 need to change Oil Filter,but i don't know what the item NO.? of the 954's Oil Filter,anyone have img??can help me?

somebody say NC29's Oil Filter also can use at 954,is that ture???
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Re: ★a problem about 954 Oil Filter

Part Number: 15410-MCJ-000
Description: FILTER, OIL
Price: $9.28

http://www.ronayers.com/browseparts....=15410-MCJ-000
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Re: ★a problem about 954 Oil Filter

THANX ALOT
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Re: ★a problem about 954 Oil Filter

I just bought one recently and they sold me a 15410-MCJ-003. I even took in the sticker off my old one (15410-MCJ-000). So I assume they've updated the part number?
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Re: ★a problem about 954 Oil Filter

With my full Hindle, only the OEM filter will fit.
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Re: ★a problem about 954 Oil Filter

I bought an OEM filter last time i changed the oil..... it had metal shavings around the threads and looked MUCH cheaper than the frams and delco filters i'm used to. i scraped as much of the 'flashing' away as i could, but I was very unhappy about putting that P.O.S. on my bike. i think i'll get a fram next time..... i saw one in Wal-Mart for 929/954, it looked alot better than the Honda filter. AND NO SHAVINGS AROUND THE THREADS!!
i believe in OEM parts, but the Honda filter looks rather shitty...... at least it's not orange though
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Re: ★a problem about 954 Oil Filter

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I bought an OEM filter last time i changed the oil..... it had metal shavings around the threads and looked MUCH cheaper than the frams and delco filters i'm used to. i scraped as much of the 'flashing' away as i could, but I was very unhappy about putting that P.O.S. on my bike. i think i'll get a fram next time..... i saw one in Wal-Mart for 929/954, it looked alot better than the Honda filter. AND NO SHAVINGS AROUND THE THREADS!!
i believe in OEM parts, but the Honda filter looks rather shitty...... at least it's not orange though
Cut a Fram open and you will never use another in my experience. Delco filters are actually pretty good as are Wix if you can find one for the bike.

Edit: My Wix knowledge is car based but the filter for a 1000RR is 51358

Must obey the sheep dog

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Re: ★a problem about 954 Oil Filter

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I bought an OEM filter last time i changed the oil..... it had metal shavings around the threads and looked MUCH cheaper than the frams and delco filters i'm used to. i scraped as much of the 'flashing' away as i could, but I was very unhappy about putting that P.O.S. on my bike. i think i'll get a fram next time..... i saw one in Wal-Mart for 929/954, it looked alot better than the Honda filter. AND NO SHAVINGS AROUND THE THREADS!!
i believe in OEM parts, but the Honda filter looks rather shitty...... at least it's not orange though
Wait until that Fram backs off even with safety wire . . . Fram is banned from every Club racing organization as well as the pros due to their ultra high quality . . .
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I bought an OEM filter last time i changed the oil..... it had metal shavings around the threads and looked MUCH cheaper than the frams and delco filters i'm used to. i scraped as much of the 'flashing' away as i could, but I was very unhappy about putting that P.O.S. on my bike. i think i'll get a fram next time..... i saw one in Wal-Mart for 929/954, it looked alot better than the Honda filter. AND NO SHAVINGS AROUND THE THREADS!!
i believe in OEM parts, but the Honda filter looks rather shitty...... at least it's not orange though
I saw a oil filter test in some Brit magazine a while ago. Honda OEM filter quality was waaaay ahead of any aftermarket filter (lifetime, filtering, rawmaterial quality etc).

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I saw a oil filter test in some Brit magazine a while ago. Honda OEM filter quality was waaaay ahead of any aftermarket filter (lifetime, filtering, rawmaterial quality etc).
that's what i thought..... but upon visual inspection i saw differently..... I always use oem filters and have little experience with fram.... however, the Honda filter had flashing that looks BAD... I cleaned it up and used it, maybe i got one out of a bad batch??????
(lifetime, filtering, rawmaterial quality etc) wasn't the problem, it was the threads and holes that had flashing.. not cool
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