Oil Filter - CBR Forum - Enthusiast forums for Honda CBR Owners

Alternative Parts What fits where, what else will fit, resources + bike manuals

Oil Filter

  #1  
Old 07-10-2009, 02:02 PM
TimBucTwo's Avatar
Senior Member
Thread Starter
Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: NY,The Land of Taxes
Posts: 3,974
Default Oil Filter

My source; http://roadstarclinic.com/content/view/71/116/

OIL FILTERS

ALL OF THE FOLLOWING PART #’S WILL FIT YOUR BIKE

BOSCH……………………….3300
K&N………………………….KN-303
NAPA GOLD………………...1358
PUROLATOR……………….ML16817
STP…………………………...SDF13
WIX…………………………..51358
FRAM………………………..6017A
HASTINGS…………………..LF-113
HI FLO………………………HF-303
EMGO……………………….10-82220
PER-FORM…………………J-503

Or you can look up any of the following bikes

Honda
1000
CB1000
1994-1995


Honda
1000
CBR1000F
1990-1991


Honda
1000
CBR1000F
1993-1996


Honda
1000
CBR1000F Hurricane
1987-1988


Honda
1000
VTR1000F Super Hawk 996
1998-2002


Honda
1100
CBR1100XX
1997-2002


Honda
1100
ST1100
1991-1993


Honda
1100
ST1100
1995-1999


Honda
1100
ST1100A
1992-1993


Honda
1100
ST1100A
1995-1999


Honda
1100
VT1100C Shadow
1989-1990


Honda
1100
VT1100C Shadow
1992-1996


Honda
1100
VT1100C Shadow Spirit
1997-2002


Honda
1100
VT1100C2 Shadow A.C.E.
1995-1999


Honda
1100
VT1100C2 Shadow Sabre
2000-2002


Honda
1100
VT1100C3 Shadow Aero
1998-2002


Honda
1100
VT1100D2 Shadow A.C.E.
1999-1999


Honda
1100
VT1100T Shadow A.C.E. Deluxe
2001-2001


Honda
1100
VT1100T Shadow A.C.E. Tourer
1998-2001


Honda
1500
GL1500 Gold Wing
1988-1990


Honda
1500
GL1500A Gold Wing Aspencade
1991-2000


Honda
1500
GL1500C Valkyrie
1997-2000


Honda
1500
GL1500CD Valkyrie
2001-2002


Honda
1500
GL1500CF Valkyrie Interstate
1999-2001


Honda
1500
GL1500CT Valkyrie Tourer
1997-2000


Honda
1500
GL1500I Gold Wing Interstate
1991-1996


Honda
1500
GL1500SE Gold Wing SE
1990-2000


Honda
400
CB400F CB-1
1989-1990


Honda
600
CBR600-SE
1998-1998


Honda
600
CBR600F
1989-1990


Honda
600
CBR600F Hurricane
1987-1988


Honda
600
CBR600F2
1991-1994


Honda
600
CBR600F3
1995-1998


Honda
600
CBR600F4
1999-2000


Honda
600
CBR600F4i
2001-2002


Honda
600
CBR600F4i Sport
2001-2001


Honda
600
VT600C Shadow VLX
1988-1989


Honda
600
VT600C Shadow VLX
1991-1997


Honda
600
VT600C Shadow VLX
1999-2002


Honda
600
VT600CD Shadow VLX Deluxe
1993-1997


Honda
600
VT600CD Shadow VLX Deluxe
1999-2002


Honda
600
VT600CD2 Shadow VLX
1999-2000


Honda
650
NT650 Hawk GT
1988-1991


Honda
750
CB750 Nighthawk
1991-1993


Honda
750
CB750 Nighthawk
1995-2002


Honda
750
RVF750R RC45
1994-1994


Honda
750
VF750C Magna
1994-2001


Honda
750
VF750C V45 Magna
1982-1983


Honda
750
VF750C V45 Magna
1988-1988


Honda
750
VFR750F
1990-1997


Honda
750
VFR750R RC30
1990-1990


Honda
750
VT750C Shadow A.C.E.
1998-2000


Honda
750
VT750CD Shadow A.C.E. Deluxe
1998-2000


Honda
800
PC800 Pacific Coast
1989-1990


Honda
800
PC800 Pacific Coast
1994-1998


Honda
800
VFR800FI Interceptor
1998-2001


Honda
900
CBR900RR
1993-1999


Kawasaki
1500
VN1500A Vulcan 88
1987-1999


Kawasaki
1500
VN1500B Vulcan 88 SE
1987-1988


Kawasaki
1500
VN1500B Vulcan 88 SE
1990-1990


Kawasaki
1500
VN1500C Vulcan L
1996-1997


Kawasaki
1500
VN1500D Vulcan Classic
1996-1997


Kawasaki
1500
VN1500E Vulcan Classic
1998-2002


Kawasaki
1500
VN1500G Vulcan Nomad
1999-2001


Kawasaki
1500
VN1500J Vulcan Drifter
1999-2000


Kawasaki
1500
VN1500L Vulcan Nomad Fi
2000-2002


Kawasaki
1500
VN1500N Vulcan Classic Fi
2000-2002


Kawasaki
500
EN500A Vulcan
1990-1996


Kawasaki
500
EN500C Vulcan Ltd
1996-2002


Kawasaki
500
EX500A
1987-1993


Kawasaki
500
EX500D Ninja
1994-1996


Kawasaki
500
EX500D Ninja 500R
1997-2002


Kawasaki
600
ZX600D Ninja ZX-6
1990-1993


Kawasaki
600
ZX600E Ninja ZX-6
1993-2001


Kawasaki
600
ZX600F Ninja ZX-6R
1995-1997


Kawasaki
600
ZX600G Ninja ZX-6R
1998-1999


Kawasaki
750
ZX750H Ninja ZX-7
1989-1989


Kawasaki
750
ZX750J Ninja ZX-7
1991-1992


Kawasaki
750
ZX750K Ninja ZX-7R
1991-1992


Kawasaki
750
ZX750L Ninja ZX-7
1993-1995


Kawasaki
750
ZX750M Ninja ZX-7R
1993-1994


Kawasaki
750
ZX750N Ninja ZX-7RR
1996-1997


Kawasaki
750
ZX750P Ninja ZX-7R
1996-2002


Kawasaki
800
VN800A Vulcan
1995-2001


Kawasaki
800
VN800B Vulcan Classic
1996-2001


Kawasaki
800
VN800C Vulcan Drifter
1999-2000


Kawasaki
800
VN800E Vulcan Drifter
2001-2001


Kawasaki
900
ZX900B Ninja ZX-9R
1994-1997


Kawasaki
900
ZX900C Ninja ZX-9R
1998-1999


Kawasaki
900
ZX900E Ninja ZX-9R
2000-2001


Yamaha
1000
FZR1000
1991-1995


Yamaha
1000
GTS1000A
1993-1994


Yamaha
1000
YZF-R1 1000
1998-1999


Yamaha
1000
YZF-R1 1000
2000-2002


Yamaha
1000
YZF-R1 1000 Champions Limited Edition
2001-2001


Yamaha
1000
YZF1000R
1997-1997


Yamaha
1200
VMX12 1200 V-Max
1996-1999


Yamaha
1300
XVZ13A Royal Star
1996-1997


Yamaha
1300
XVZ13A Royal Star Boulevard
1998-1999


Yamaha
1300
XVZ13A Royal Star Cheyenne
1998-1998


Yamaha
1300
XVZ13A Royal Star Silverado
1998-1998


Yamaha
1300
XVZ13AT Royal Star Tour Classic
1996-1999


Yamaha
1300
XVZ13AT Royal Star Tour Classic II
1998-1998


Yamaha
1300
XVZ13D Venture Royale
1986-1993


Yamaha
1300
XVZ13LT Royal Star Tour Deluxe
1997-1997


Yamaha
1300
XVZ13LT Royal Star Tour Deluxe
1999-1999


Yamaha
1300
XVZ13LT Royal Star Tour Deluxe Deuce
1998-1998


Yamaha
1300
XVZ13LT Royal Star Tour Deluxe Solitaire
1998-1998


Yamaha
1300
XVZ13TF Royal Star Venture
1999-1999


Yamaha
1600
XV1600A Road Star
2000-2002


Yamaha
1600
XV1600AL Road Star MM Limited Edition
2000-2000


Yamaha
1600
XV1600AS Road Star Midnight Star
2001-2002


Yamaha
1600
XV1600AT Road Star Silverado
2000-2002


Yamaha
600
FZR600R
1991-1999


Yamaha
600
YZF600R
1994-1999


Yamaha
750
YZF750R
1994-1994


Yamaha
750
YZF750R
1996-1998
 

Last edited by TimBucTwo; 07-10-2009 at 02:04 PM. Reason: the regular stuff.
  #2  
Old 07-10-2009, 02:21 PM
Sprock's Avatar
Administrator, MVN / ROTM NOV 2012
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Republic of Boon Island
Posts: 11,006
Default

I'm a wix/napa Guy myself...........when you cut open one of their cans
they are all quality through and through.

I say wix napa .........'cause NAPA's are made by WIX I believe
I use WIX/NAPA in my Volvo for oil and tranny (gm volvoized version)
 
  #3  
Old 07-11-2009, 09:41 AM
tobiahr's Avatar
Senior Member
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Austin, TX
Posts: 240
Default

Adding to the list,
Purolator Pure One PL14612 or Purolator Pure One PL14610 (the latter is about 3.25 inches long but still fits)
Mobil M1-108 or Mobil 1 M1-110 (the latter is about 3.25 inches long but still fits)
Bosch 3323 (longer than Bosch 3300)
WalMart SuperTech ST7317
Interesting to note it the last time I checked Mobil 1, Bosch and the Walmart brand were all made by Champion
 
  #4  
Old 07-23-2009, 09:59 AM
kilgoretrout's Avatar
Administrator - Retired
Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: PA, USA
Posts: 8,189
Default

I use the Purolator filters. They get excellent reviews, and are like $4 from the Advance Auto down the street.
I use the Purolator L14610 or PL14610 (PureOne).

They are the 20 x 1.5mm thread.

If you're looking for an excellent source for MC filter cross reference.....
this is the ticket.

The site has been up forever, and gives you all the info you need for just about any bike out there... We're a "#5" on the chart...
 

Last edited by kilgoretrout; 07-28-2009 at 11:50 AM.
  #5  
Old 08-07-2010, 03:52 PM
TimBucTwo's Avatar
Senior Member
Thread Starter
Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: NY,The Land of Taxes
Posts: 3,974
Default

Here is another one.

K&N-303

K&N-303C
 
  #6  
Old 08-12-2010, 10:45 PM
Sprock's Avatar
Administrator, MVN / ROTM NOV 2012
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Republic of Boon Island
Posts: 11,006
Question anyone

Using one of these ??

 
  #7  
Old 01-16-2011, 07:31 AM
Senior Member
Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: Missouri United States
Posts: 502
Default

Originally Posted by Sprock View Post
Using one of these ??

Looks pretty high tech doesn't it?

As far as the Wal-world Super Tech, I read a comparison (it was on a Kawasaki forum, yes I used to own one...) that showed the Super Tech , aka Champion, had more filter area and better steel, heavier I think, than a lot of the national brands at less than 1/2 the cost.
 
  #8  
Old 06-02-2011, 03:47 AM
CBR1988's Avatar
Senior Member & Lord of the Odometer (300,000 Mles) & Counting
Join Date: Oct 2005
Location: Rebel Cave in the Carolinas
Posts: 809
Default

Hey:

"Sprock: anyone Using one of these ??"

Yes I do, In all 3 of my race bikes and in 2 street bikes, Scotts are very good filter and a bit messy to clean, but you can see what is going thru your engine. When on sale they are a great buy to me.

Dub
 
  #9  
Old 08-13-2017, 12:01 PM
Junior Member
Join Date: Aug 2017
Posts: 1
Default

I just bought a 1987 Honda CBR1000F Hurricane and want to change the oil, also running what seems somewhat on the Hot side of warm, so going to flush the Radiator, change the plugs and air filter. Any other suggestions. I'm not a mechanic but can do the easy stuff as well as the next person, especially now with nearly a total run through on You Tube. Thanks for the Oil Filter Codes, cause just going to Canadian Tire, rather than SG Power, (Motorcycle Sales and Showroom) where everything is more expensive by quite a bit, so having the codes makes life much easier.TY, Brad.
 
Related Topics
Thread
Thread Starter
Forum
Replies
Last Post
Turbulenz
CBR 600F4
6
02-19-2010 06:09 PM
c_keeton600f4
CBR 600F4
7
12-28-2009 03:43 PM
G3NESYS
F4i - Main Forum
21
03-12-2008 01:25 PM
sc929
CBR 929RR
10
02-25-2008 09:15 AM
usndocjaysin
General Tech
8
09-21-2007 11:18 AM


Thread Tools
Search this Thread
Quick Reply: Oil Filter


Advertising
Featured Sponsors
Vendor Directory

Contact Us Archive Advertising Cookie Policy Privacy Statement Terms of Service

© 2019 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands

We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.