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RR8 Oil Filter

Anybody find the Fram oil filter for the RR8 yet, nobody around me seems to have it in stock, and fram home page is not comming up today
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Re: RR8 Oil Filter

Why would you want to use the worst filter you can possibly buy? You do know that Fram filters couldn't be used in motorcycle racing for several years because of bad welds right? That was in the 90's. A year or so ago, they had the same problem on car filters. The welds were bad and the filter would come apart. They still haven't learned.
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Re: RR8 Oil Filter

Anyone know if the 08 uses the same Honda OEM filter as the 954?

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Re: RR8 Oil Filter

never knew that and I ran them for 6 years, what would you suggest just the oem filter?
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never knew that and I ran them for 6 years, what would you suggest just the oem filter?
O.E.M. or K&N
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Re: RR8 Oil Filter

OEM or WIX. There are others, just use a filter that says it is compatible with the motorcycle. As an example, Molbil 1 filters are not listed as compatible and thus I would not use it. If you took the bike in for an engine issue, the warranty claim can be denied because of it.
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Re: RR8 Oil Filter

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