micronic (reusable) oil fiter


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  • 2000 xr650r

Posted November 27, 2006 - 06:38 PM

#21

I don't call talking about diffrent filter options arguing. I am just looking for the best filter for the money. The Scotts is no doubt a quality filter and cost $70 for a XRR. Heres what compflow says and it under $50.

CompFlow is the world’s first affordable, stainless steel reusable oil filtration system. Constructed from Swiss made, precision stainless steel filter cloth, CompFlow will filter particles as small as 35 microns and is the best protection you can buy for your 4-stroke engine, end of story.

Today’s 4-strokes need lots of oil changes and CompFlow makes it simple and affordable. No more going to the store to buy oil filters, just rinse the filter with a little solvent or contact cleaner and pop it back in, quick and easy. One CompFlow filter will last the life of your bike, and provide protection that far exceeds standard paper oil filters.

Popular applications also include a super trick black anodized billet aluminum oil filter cover. Who says oil filters can’t be fun?

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  • BWB63

Posted November 27, 2006 - 06:42 PM

#22

I don't call talking about diffrent filter options arguing. I am just looking for the best filter for the money. The Scotts is no doubt a quality filter and cost $70 for a XRR. Heres what compflow says and it under $50.

CompFlow is the world’s first affordable, stainless steel reusable oil filtration system. Constructed from Swiss made, precision stainless steel filter cloth, CompFlow will filter particles as small as 35 microns and is the best protection you can buy for your 4-stroke engine, end of story.

Today’s 4-strokes need lots of oil changes and CompFlow makes it simple and affordable. No more going to the store to buy oil filters, just rinse the filter with a little solvent or contact cleaner and pop it back in, quick and easy. One CompFlow filter will last the life of your bike, and provide protection that far exceeds standard paper oil filters.

Popular applications also include a super trick black anodized billet aluminum oil filter cover. Who says oil filters can’t be fun?



I bought two of them two years ago for $34 each + shipping I used them twice and they still sit in the shop waiting to be cleaned.

  • NavyNuke

Posted November 27, 2006 - 09:18 PM

#23

frequent changing is a bit more important, how many old VW air cooled motors are still running(my sandrail) that have no filtration at all. although it is on the list of things to do next summer when I tear into it again, it runs just fine, even in the sand dunes without a filter element.





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