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Twins Technical Talk Technical Talk for Hinckley Triumph Twins: Bonneville, T100, Speedmaster, America, Thruxton, and Scrambler.

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Old 06-28-2008, 11:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Thumbs up Oil filters that fit

I run in to the same problem every oil change, i all ways forget which filters from cars will fit our bikes... if any one has the link to one of threads that i cant find using search that would be great.
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Old 06-28-2008, 09:59 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Just go to www.calsci.com and go to the motorcycle info section. He has all the filters listed and a lot of other stuff.
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I've got essentially this same list on the blogs somewhere:

The CARQUEST,NAPA,and Wix numbers are for sure correct,because I looked them up in the catalog.The other numbers I used a crossover reference,so you should check with the manufacturer of the filter to see if they recommend it for the Triumph.

CARQUEST......85358
NAPA....1358
Wix....51358
Carquest, and NAPA filters are made by Wix.
Baldwin...B1400
Fram.....Ph6017a
Hastings.....LF113
A/C......PF2135
Purolator Pure One...PL 14612

The filter also fits some Subarus and Kias,and a few others I can't remember.

Hope this helps.

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I'm going to sticky that list Bruce.
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Old 06-29-2008, 11:39 PM   #5 (permalink)
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mobil m-110

hi guys. i used the calsci link and tried to use a non-oem filter for the first time - the mobil m-110. i don't doubt that it filters the oil better - and while i thought i did a pretty good job of applying a light coat of fresh oil before screwing in the filter, it leaks. not badly - but it does leak. wonder if anyone else has had that experience.
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Old 07-01-2008, 05:35 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Oil Filters for Bonneville

...and here's a cross reference list for Triumph's. A little dated but accurate.
(click on the "small" thumbnail to make it larger, and then click on the "medium" image to make it larger.)

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My experience

I used aftermarket filters and both times they had a very slight leak. I used a Wix and a K&N. Triumphs filters have never leaked. Hate to use triumph filterd due to cost.
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The Triuimph brand filters sold in North America are manufactured by FILTECH inc. in Findlay Ohio.

FILTECH is the American subsidiary of Toyo Roki Manufacturing Ltd., the major Japanese manufacturer of vehicle filters. This plant was built to supply American Honda's manufacturing facilities in Ohio.

That is why the OE Triumph filters don't leak. They are made to Honda's manufacturing standards. In short, the OE filters are the best.

Now, the question is, what Honda filter crosses to the Triumph filter.
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Honda Element = Triumph Bonneville

An easy method to remember, the Bonnie uses the same filter as the Honda Element (all years).

I use the Purlator (Wix) filter.
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I used aftermarket filters and both times they had a very slight leak. I used a Wix and a K&N. Triumphs filters have never leaked. Hate to use triumph filterd due to cost.
I find that interesting.I sell dozens(sometimes hundreds) of Wix filters everyday,and I have never had a complaint of leakage from a properly installed Wix filter.

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An easy method to remember, the Bonnie uses the same filter as the Honda Element (all years).

I use the Purlator (Wix) filter.
That's good info.

Just as a point of clarification,Purolator and Wix are competing manufacturers.

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