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Old 06-05-2010, 10:22 PM
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I got this list off Nyroc's website.

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These Oil Filters have 20 x 1.5mm threads, 14 psi by-pass valve, anti-drain back valve, 2.3" O.D. gasket 2.5" to 3.5" long. If you have the room, I recommend the longer filters.
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Motorcycle Filters (not recommended)
Yamaha: 5GH-13440-00-00
Purlator: ML16817
Fram: PH6017A
NAPA: 1358
WIX: 51358
AC: 2057
AMSOIL: SMF-103

Recommended Filters - about 2.5 inches long.
Purolator Pure One: PL14612
Mobil: M1-108
Bosch: 3300

Recommended Filters - about 3.25 inches long.
Purolator Pure One: PL14610
Mobil: 1 M1-110
Bosch: 3323
WalMart SuperTech: ST7317
I would like to add that I am currently using a LF240 Hastings filter (longer than OEM).
LF113 (2 5/8" OEM Length )
LF240 (3 1/2" Length)


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I never knew you could use longer filters.
Look like my grizz will be getting a fram filter next time.
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I never knew you could use longer filters.
Look like my grizz will be getting a fram filter next time.
The longer filter fits fine, and being that it sticks out a bit more it will make it easier to remove also.
Its usually always a good idea to use the biggest filter that is available.
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X2, The bigger the filter the more crud it can capture. Excellent info Rob. I'm currently running a K/N but believe I could do better...I like the welded nut on there though...I'm just sayin"
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I'm using the Mobil 1 M1-110 filter. I go to Advanced Auto and get the 5 quarts and filter for $29.99. Only one time did they allow me to buy the 4T M1 oil though

kd2griz, just go to Wallyworld and get the SuperTech filter. They are better than Fram - IMO. Fram filters have gotten a horrible reputation in the auto industry so I stay away from them.
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I am running the Baldwin B1431 oil filter with my homemade magnet mod. because I wanted a longer
filter to help cool the oil, and to trap more dirt.

The standard Yamaha filter for the 660 is 2-5/8 long - The Baldwin B1431 is 4 inches overall

It is VERY IMPORTANT that any filter you use have the following:
Anti-Drainback Valve
14 PSID By-Pass Valve

The original Yamaha filter has both the anti drainback valve and the bypass valve - MANY aftermarket filters do no, so beware when replacing you filter with an aftermarket - JMO
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Thanks for tho filter brand #s
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I'm using the Mobil 1 M1-110 filter. I go to Advanced Auto and get the 5 quarts and filter for $29.99. Only one time did they allow me to buy the 4T M1 oil though

kd2griz, just go to Wallyworld and get the SuperTech filter. They are better than Fram - IMO. Fram filters have gotten a horrible reputation in the auto industry so I stay away from them.
Thanks for the tip swdockter. I just bought M1-110 for the grizz.
I found out that the Mobil, bosch, and Super Tech filter are all made by champion. Here is the site Motorcycle Oil and Filters
And the Mobil a has better filter according to this site. Motorcycle Oil Filters & Air Filters

And Thanks Gunny for posting this info on a different thread.
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I use amsoil in my grizz, but I use the K&N filter, because the nut on the end is really conveinent. and I just like em'
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Thats a cool idea man. I will that.

kd2griz, dont use fram. They are JUNK.
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