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post #1 of 50 (permalink) Old 03-28-2014, 11:08 AM Thread Starter
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reusable oil filters

Just trying to get alil info from those who use them. Are the reusable oil filters worth using? Is there any cooling benefits to using them? What brand do you use and what do you clean them with? Im thinking about using one on the scoot. Thanks

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I have this one Link the S4 and love it. Not sure if it makes it run cooler but it is easier to change than an OEM, I clean mine with Brake Cleaner. Don't remember the price but it saves me from going to the dealership (that I hate) to pick up one and I also plan on keeping my bike way longer than the cost factor.

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I use the Pure Power type : http://www.gopurepower.com/store/item.asp?itemKey=684 and have used it on a few bikes, not sure how much cooler oil is but i imagine a little cooler.

I like it and will keep it if i ever get rid of this bike.
I just use hot water and soap to clean it.


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Yeah i wasnt too optimistic about them cooling the oil down. Was just wondering about the cooling. Thanks for the links. Ill look into them

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I also have the K&P Engineering S4 and am very satisfied with it.
Here's a link http://www.kandpengineering.com/roadbikes.shtml.
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K&P engineering here also, very happy with it.

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From the sounds of it k&p seems to be the way to go

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I just purchased a K&P S4 going to put it on this weekend nice product
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