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Does anyone know what oil filter this takes in this year/model? I am looking for oil filter in Bosch or Mobil 1.
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All the 650s use the same oil filter. It is a common size that is used by a large percentage of Suzuki motorcycles. Here is list of filters known to fit. Bosch or Mobil 1 are not included but you should be able to take one of the others and look up the Bosch or Mobil 1 equivalent in a cross reference table. I usually use either the WIX 57937 on Suzuki OEM filter on my 650.

AMSOil SMF 109
Bike Master 314-0025
Champion PH7016
Cycle Power 314-1919
Emgo 10-55662
Emgo 10-55660
Fram PH6018
Hi-Flo HF138
J.C.Whitney ZX063166P
K&N 138
NAPA 1359 / WIX 51359
NAPA PS7937
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Per-Form J-509
ProPart 01-0029
Purolator ML16818
STP SMO-18
Suzuki 16510-03G00-X07
VESRAH vsf-3009
WIX 57937

I'm going to retract this post, I copied the list from another thread and did not double check it. I just checked one of my receipts from buying a filter and the WIX part number is 51359 not 57359. That makes me suspect the other numbers listed. I also went to the Wix web site and looked up the filter for the 650 and it came back 51359
 

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Replacing the OEM filter with one that is almost the same

MB: Suzuki seems to have chosen an odd pitch to make it difficult to use something other than their OEM filter.

My concern on oil filters listed above is that the thread on the non-Suzuki filters is slightly different and could potentially damage the threads.

I would like a report from those who use an EMGO or FRAM filter instead of the original equipment.

According to http://motorcycleinfo.calsci.com, the best filter does not fit and requires an adapter http://balestech.com/filter.htm. If you install the $8 adapter, the Honda
compatible filters will fit without a problem.

Suzuki Replacement Filters

There are filters that have been used but I have no information
on how successful non-OEM parts have been.

Manufacturer Model Number Champion
CL7317 Purolator PL14612 Fram PH6018
PH7317 alt?
 

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I'm using a Fram PH6018 from my local AutoZone on my '07 650. I spun it on by hand with no trouble at all, though I needed the wrench to take it off. If there is a problem with the threads, it certainly doesn't result in any spilled oil.
 

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MB: Suzuki seems to have chosen an odd pitch to make it difficult to use something other than their OEM filter.

My concern on oil filters listed above is that the thread on the non-Suzuki filters is slightly different and could potentially damage the threads.

I would like a report from those who use an EMGO or FRAM filter instead of the original equipment.

According to http://motorcycleinfo.calsci.com, the best filter does not fit and requires an adapter http://balestech.com/filter.htm. If you install the $8 adapter, the Honda
compatible filters will fit without a problem.

Suzuki Replacement Filters

There are filters that have been used but I have no information
on how successful non-OEM parts have been.

Manufacturer Model Number Champion
CL7317 Purolator PL14612 Fram PH6018
PH7317 alt?
Several BUSA member use EMGO 10-55660 including LeDude and me, never ever have problem, I have install minimum 6-8 anyways.
 

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Several BUSA member use EMGO 10-55660 including LeDude and me, never ever have problem, I have install minimum 6-8 anyways.
I am an EMGO 10-55660 user too. Buy 4 or more at a time for saving on shipping.
 

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I am informed that the the oil-filter fitted to Suzuki products is different from others in that it has a unique 20mmx1mm thread. I have just bought a replacement oil-filter made by HIFLO and numbered HF138. I hope it fits. (I'll let you know shortly).
 

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I am informed that the the oil-filter fitted to Suzuki products is different from others in that it has a unique 20mmx1mm thread. I have just bought a replacement oil-filter made by HIFLO and numbered HF138. I hope it fits. (I'll let you know shortly).
In past use HF138 also when have 2005 650, fit perfect, never have problem, probly install at least 1/2 dozen.

HF138 probably very easy to find in Europe.

Never find tread difference or problem with HF138 or Emgo 10-55660, both fit perfect.
 

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I've used the Fram PH6018 since day one (4 changes so far). For whatever reason, any other Suzuki compatible brands are difficult to find, not to mention more expensive. The Fram is on the shelf at Canadian Tire, too. No issues to report so far.
 

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What's the cost difference between a Suzuki filter and a non-OEM? Unless the non-OEM filter provides superior performance (filters better), I don't have a problem supporting the manufacturer of my bike with a few extra dollars every 3500 miles.
 

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Disclaimer: I woke up in a pissy mood today, and I'm being argumentative.

You can purchase presently EMGO 10-55660 oil filter for 650 burgie from OEM Cycle for $3.94 per unit excluding shipping. If me order 6 and have these ship to new-York state for personal pick up there it cost $5.10 per filter.

http://www.oemcycle.com/Cart?action=selectship&carrier=Super_Saver_Shipping&rnd=1394292986
Quote from the EMGO website:

"Our staff travels through Asia (Taiwan, China, India, Thailand, Indonesia, etc.) working with quality manufacturers inspecting the quality, packaging and shipment of our products for customers in over 35 countries."

Cherie - I've never heard of this brand. Do these filters have your stamp of approval because the company has American management and Quality Control?
 

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Jeff, my local dealer wants $13 for ONE filter. I can get 3 EMGO's for that. I am on my 6th one and will need to order some more.
 

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What's the cost difference between a Suzuki filter and a non-OEM? Unless the non-OEM filter provides superior performance (filters better), I don't have a problem supporting the manufacturer of my bike with a few extra dollars every 3500 miles.
Here SUZUKI OEM oil filter price with sales tax cost $16.00, curiously EMGO same dimension as OEM oil filter plus it have a few sq. in. more of paper over OEM version.

Change oil filter every oil change, to make OEM filter cost effective you need to leave in place for 3 oil change which Suzuki say you can do, just do not like that, it like re-using dirty condom.

I have problem with rip off on such item by stealership, would definitely support stealership if OEM filter was less than $7.00 - $8.00
 

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Disclaimer: I woke up in a pissy mood today, and I'm being argumentative.



Quote from the EMGO website:

"Our staff travels through Asia (Taiwan, China, India, Thailand, Indonesia, etc.) working with quality manufacturers inspecting the quality, packaging and shipment of our products for customers in over 35 countries."

Cherie - I've never heard of this brand. Do these filters have your stamp of approval because the company has American management and Quality Control?
Emgo use to supply Chrysler and Ford perhap other also, here I know EMGO for 20 year anyway, was told it an American manufacturer, not been on EMGO website for many year, this morning I notice EMGO site completely change, now big time in to all kind of aftermarket part and accessory, like many other product probably source part off shore.

I purchase and try because I see in Calsi oil filter analysis, his comment was that it very well made, very good quality and very good alternative for Suzuki filter.

Me very happy with this filter, find as good as OE filter.
 

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OK. At a 300% markup vs. EMGO, I feel my loyalty waivering. Glad to hear its a good product. Go EMGO!
 
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