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Old 03-12-2012, 11:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Which oil filter are you running?

I just ordered a few K&N oil filters for our 660's and was wondering what everyone else is running. I usually run OEM but K&N is about $7 cheaper...Now I know thats not much if it saves my engine but if they are as good or better than OEM why not spend the extra money on gas

What do you guys think?
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Old 03-12-2012, 12:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I run this one of these the one in link is for a dirtbike. They sell them for the raptors also
http://www.motosport.com/dirtbike/PC...EEL-OIL-FILTER
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Ya dude there is no reason to pay more for oem when i bet k&n is better. Oem is always more expensive.
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Old 03-12-2012, 07:36 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I've been running K&N, but I just ordered four of the Neutron Safe Guard filters from RMATV to try, they got excellent reviews, as good as K&N and OEM both, and the price was much, much better. $3.99 a filter. They are closeouts, so if anyone is interested, I'd jump on them while they still got them, lol.
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I always ran the STP filter on my 660s and they worked good. I did it mainly because there cheap and easy to get at autozone. The blue matches nice to
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Scott Performance reusable oil fliter been using it for 10 yrs...
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Old 03-14-2012, 12:36 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Damn it!!! Why didn't I think of that? LOL
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K&N Air Filter with Outerwears (No Lid)
Vito's Jet Kit Needle's 2nd from top
160L 165R Mikuni Main's, #25 Pilots, Screws 2L 2.5R
HC Stage 1
Dynatek DFS7-11 Ignition
DG Nerf Bars, Fat Grab Bar, GNC Type II Front Bumper
G Force Adjustable Racing Axle
Flipped Rear Link
ITP Holeshot Front Tires
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Thanks for the input...I think Im going to like the K&N. Especially the easy removal!
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Yoshi RS3 Full SS Exhaust
K&N Air Filter with Outerwears (No Lid)
Vito's Jet Kit Needle's 2nd from top
160L 165R Mikuni Main's, #25 Pilots, Screws 2L 2.5R
HC Stage 1
Dynatek DFS7-11 Ignition
DG Nerf Bars, Fat Grab Bar, GNC Type II Front Bumper
G Force Adjustable Racing Axle
Flipped Rear Link
ITP Holeshot Front Tires
Sedona Bazooka MX Rear Tires 20x11x9
Tusk E-Brake Block Off
MSR AOF Clutch Lever
Armadillo Skid & Swing Plate
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