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post #1 of 13 Old 05-14-17, 19:02 Thread Starter
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The newer PL14610

I am new to the different oil filters. I was reading about people using the old pl14610's. I just want to make sure the new ones had no significant changes and are usable on my 2006 daytona 675. Picture is attached.


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Please stop using the PL14610. It is NOT designed for motorcycles. I don't care if it is cheaper...that is, until you have valve problems, or worse, pistons.

The bypass valve has a rating of 14-18 psi. Motorcycle oil pumps require only 9-12 psi. If that oil filter ever clogs up, your engine will be starved of oil.

See for yourself. Just look for "Bypass Valve"

http://oilfilterdata.com/index.php?v...&model=PL14610

http://www.oilfilterdata.com/index.p...y=1&sort1asc=1


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+1. The Pure One filters should never be used on most motorcycles.
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The newer PL14610

He couldn't use it if he wanted to. Last I checked they changed the design of the auto filters because people were using them on motorcycles. It will not seal, allowing oil to go everywhere.

Stick with OEM.


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That's interesting. I knew there were some variations in filters, but not to the point where they would be suitable for one application but not another.

I use a Mobil1 M1-108 on my bikes BTW. I put a PL14610 on my truck yesterday actually.

Purolator specs an ML16817 for the 675.

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This is why i posted and asked. I figured there might be some sort of design change between the new and old models. I did not do it for price point and can simply throw it away, I'm using motul 300v every change anyways. So is there no point to having a larger oil capacity filter like so many people on here have been running for years? I have only read good things about the purolator filters used on the triumph daytona 675 here. Haven't seen a thread with one clogging..

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I think all the posts regarding puralotor filters on here are quite old now. They haven't been okay to use for quite a long time. There really is no point in the larger filter unless you want to reuse the filter.
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I think all the posts regarding puralotor filters on here are quite old now. They haven't been okay to use for quite a long time. There really is no point in the larger filter unless you want to reuse the filter.

Thanks man, this is the information i was looking for. I was under the false assumption that these were still being used frequently by members on here with success. I was worried id get a "use the search bar" reply, but am now glad that I asked. The model update just threw me off and i don't feel comfortable doing random things to my bike without support from a community that's been through it all already.

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He couldn't use it if he wanted to. Last I checked they changed the design of the auto filters because people were using them on motorcycles. It will not seal, allowing oil to go everywhere.

Stick with OEM.

What he said. They no longer seal correctly.

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I've been using the mobil m1-108 since the purolator changed the design.

scary thing is I rode from NY to Montreal with the new purolator. I was completely unaware the oil was slowly coming out of the filter; so glad I didn't crash from it.

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