I have a 2007 cbr1000rr with a little under 18,000 miles. The last oil filter I bought from Napa had a dent in the canister. I didn’t want it to compromise the structural integrity of the filter so I decided to change it out ASAP. I torqued that filter (wix) to 20 lb/ft as specified in the service manual. I could not for the life of me get this filter off. The end cap adaptor just rounded off the end of the filter off (it was the correct size, 65mm), my strap wrench would just slip, I actually broke one of my rubber strap wrenches trying. Finally I decided it needed to get stabbed with a screwdriver. Even though I got the screwdriver perfectly centered and all the way through, it just tore right through the filter when I tried to rotate the screwdriver. Finally, right before I totally lost purchase, the filter started to spin. What’s crazy is I had this filter on for less than 50 miles. My question is do you guys torque your oil filters to spec or have you always hand tightened without issue? On my other bikes (R6, 636, F4i) I just tighten it as much as I could by hand and never had an issue. I don’t want my filter to be too loose, but at the same time I don’t want to have to deal with a stuck filter again, especially one in such a tight spot.