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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 03-05-2011, 03:09 PM Thread Starter
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Bosch Oil Filter

Anybody know the Bosch part number for the oil filter?

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To answer my own question, I found the following equivaltent filters...

BMW 11 42 1 460 845
Mann MW75 (and/or possibly the MW712, they are rated at different bypass pressures)
Mahle OC-91
Bosch 72161
Fram PH6063

This means my R1100s uses the same filters which is great.

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Let us know if that Bosch 72161 works. I found them for around 3$ a piece.
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Purolator PL10241 / PL25230
Mobil1 M1-102
Bosch 3330
Supertech ST3614
AMSOil SMF 122
EMGO 10-26740
Fram PH6063
Purolator ML16825

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I've always used aftermarket oil filters on motorcycles before based on this chart:
Motorcycle Oil Filter Cross Reference

In this case, I had an M1-102. Yesterday I replaced the OEM exhaust with an full Akraprovic exhaust -- and I DID NOT HAVE ENOUGH CLEARANCE to remove the filter. (I wound up removing the exhaust to get the filter off. Grrr!)

So, my lesson to share with the rest of you: if you've got aftermarket exhaust headers, double-check your clearance. The extra length of the M1-102 (and, hence, the PL10241 and Bosch 3330) means it may not fit!
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Our bike is not listed on the table.

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Where are you guys ordering the oil filter and crush washers on line at? Im in Sicily with no dealer close by....so the internet has to be the option.

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post #9 of 18 (permalink) Old 05-25-2011, 11:33 AM
I use Purolator

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Purolator PL10241 / PL25230
Mobil1 M1-102
Bosch 3330
Supertech ST3614
AMSOil SMF 122
EMGO 10-26740
Fram PH6063
Purolator ML16825
I'm aware of the ML16825, where did you find the PL #'s?
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I've always used aftermarket oil filters on motorcycles before based on this chart:
Motorcycle Oil Filter Cross Reference
Since our motorcycle uses the same threading as a K1200, you can use the section of the table titled [7].

Again: these filters fit on and work, but as far as I can tell they are all TOO LONG to be used with Akraprovic headers. I had no problem using these longer filters with the stock headers (and more volume means better filtering, right? So I'd have preferred to use these if I could).
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