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Re: Oil Filter For 1300.................
« Reply #25 on: December 03, 2018, 09:55:17 AM »
Not that it affects any of our ST's but I was told that if you replace an OEM oil filter with an after market brand you will void your warranty. Something to keep in mind if you have a bike that is still under the manufacturer's warranty.
The same applies to all aftermarket items that can replace OEM items
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Re: Oil Filter For 1300.................
« Reply #26 on: December 03, 2018, 10:27:53 AM »
Not that it affects any of our ST's but I was told that if you replace an OEM oil filter with an after market brand you will void your warranty. Something to keep in mind if you have a bike that is still under the manufacturer's warranty.

Just a FYI...

When I brought my ST (New) from Toowoomba Honda they advised that the warranty is only going to cover failures due to manufacturing.

As long as the service schedule is followed, I could do the servicing myself (as long as I keep a record of what is done and the odometer reading).
BUT, if it can be proven that something wasn't done or the service schedule wasn't followed, the warranty wouldn't cover any resulting damage.

Now, if an aftermarket part is used, any damage that can be traced to that part will not be covered by the warranty however any other manufacturing defects will still be covered.

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Re: Oil Filter For 1300.................
« Reply #27 on: October 10, 2023, 05:45:15 PM »
So whilst this is an old thread it was reviewed....all to no avail. After WendyL bike was serviced at Brisbane Honda we cannot get the oil filter off. I have tried no less than 6 different types of oil filter removal tools, even broke a borrowed one, absolutely no hope of getting it off! Not impressed as it appears this has been caused by either or both reasons, 1 did not pre oil before applying 2 torqued up way too tight.
This is after we had to replace heated grips that were screwed loose at the same service but did not notice until halfway home to Cloncurry.
End result is going into MJM for a proper full service, fluids, greasing, etc, plus fit a new clutch slave cylinder to get WendyL back riding...
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Re: Oil Filter For 1300.................
« Reply #28 on: October 10, 2023, 08:37:39 PM »
You may need to resort to driving a screwdriver through the side, and really heaving on it.
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Re: Oil Filter For 1300.................
« Reply #29 on: January 01, 2024, 11:32:18 AM »
Finally got oil filter off..screwdriver through it did nothing but leak oil everywhere, got some vice grip chain pliers from Supercheap, off in 3 turns finally....now to see if I can do the clutch slave cylinder...and definitely a Ryco Z436 filter going back on with cup tool
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Re: Oil Filter For 1300.................
« Reply #30 on: January 01, 2024, 02:04:54 PM »
I use a K&N filter as they have a nut welded on the end which makes removal a pretty simple task...


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Re: Oil Filter For 1300.................
« Reply #31 on: January 01, 2024, 04:19:39 PM »
Finally got oil filter off..screwdriver through it did nothing but leak oil everywhere, got some vice grip chain pliers from Supercheap, off in 3 turns finally....now to see if I can do the clutch slave cylinder...and definitely a Ryco Z436 filter going back on with cup tool

I have that system.  Just be aware the "cup" tends to bind since it's a loose fit, and can be a PITA to get it off the installed filter.  Best to screw the filter on and tighten by hand only.
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Re: Oil Filter For 1300.................
« Reply #32 on: January 01, 2024, 10:55:22 PM »
Oil filters should have a smear of oil on the oring, done up by hand until the the oring seats. Then turn the filter 1/3 to 1/2 turn by hand to ensure a good seal. After filling the sump, run the engine til its warm and check for leaks.

You should never have to use a tool to do the filter up tight. I dont have access to the torque values here in Thailand, but its not great. If you need a spanner of some sort to remove the filter, it has been over tightened.
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Re: Oil Filter For 1300.................
« Reply #33 on: January 01, 2024, 11:05:49 PM »
I believe the torque figure is 26nm...but I only ever tighten it by hand as Brock suggests.


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Re: Oil Filter For 1300.................
« Reply #34 on: January 01, 2024, 11:33:14 PM »
Thanks Rusty, that equates to 19 foot pounds, so with a good torque wrench tolerance is about 16 to 22 ft lbs. Thats easily achievable by hand.
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Re: Oil Filter For 1300.................
« Reply #35 on: January 02, 2024, 01:46:04 PM »
Thanks Rusty, that equates to 19 foot pounds, so with a good torque wrench tolerance is about 16 to 22 ft lbs. Thats easily achievable by hand.

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