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Hi,,,,, any cross over part # for the stock fuel filter dealer wants $53.00 for a stock Honda part ????
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Hi,,,,, any cross over part # for the stock fuel filter dealer wants $53.00 for a stock Honda part ????
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Considering the OEM is good for nearly ten years I'd stay with OEM.
 

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You *can* replace just the cartridge inside the filter assembly as I have read online before, but mate, it's only $53....or $106AU for me a few weeks ago.
 

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You *can* replace just the cartridge inside the filter assembly as I have read online before, but mate, it's only $53....or $106AU for me a few weeks ago.
Was that an over the counter dealer price here or shipped out of the US?
Just curious.
If it were an oil filter you're replacing every couple of months I might agree with hunting for a better price but not something you're unlikely to ever need to replace again.
 

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over the counter,,,but if I can find one that works just fine for $12.00 US why not save the cash when you can.
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over the counter,,,but if I can find one that works just fine for $12.00 US why not save the cash when you can.
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Sure, let us know if you find one.
You might find something from a different bike is cheaper and fits just fine but it'll take some research on your part I think.
My '98 GSXR750 filter is vaguely similar.
Or try some aftermarket auto places. All it is is a simple inline high-pressure steel filter.
Pingel probably do something. As long as it's suitable for immersion and rated to injection pressure it should be fine.
Or bypass the immersed filter entirely and run an inline one in the hose.
Pingel Power-Flo Fuel Filter - BikeBandit.com
 
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