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If it is a Suzuki and utilizes a Spin-On Filter, it should be an EAOM-109. The filter is designed to meet or exceed your OEM Filter and fit multiple applications.

The EAO Flter will outperform any and all filters on the market today.


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been using AMSOIL for the past 2 years. on both bikes and all cars, but i see you don't carry MB oil filters.
 

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let me just but my .02 in about amsoil. its the best on earth. i run amsoil in everything i got. in my truck i run the 0w-30 the good stuff. and change it every 30K. the filter every 15K. here was a test i did by my self i bought a 2000 ford ZX2 hint new name for escort. ran it for 650 miles for break in. changed every thing oil in the engine the trans axle and put amsoil fuel treatment in it. at 50K i sent a sample to amsoil they said it can go another 20K at 100K i sent a smaple to amsoil they said its still good but should be changed. well here its is 100K on the same oil. just replaced the filter and topped the oil level off every 10K. try that with mobile one or any other oil. i still have this car its my daily driver. has 185K on it and still no engine or trans proplems just your normal wear items. tires brakes wheel bearings at 114K timing belt every 65K. plugs every 20K. but the key is every time i send a sample to asmoil there is really very low wear particals found. also found out on a dyno at MMI in orlando. we took a new GSXR1000 ran it on the dyno with factory oil. then flushed the engine put amsoil in it ran it again. and found almost 2 hp more. and thats with just an oil change. im no dealer but i will say its money well spent.
 

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been using AMSOIL for the past 2 years. on both bikes and all cars, but i see you don't carry MB oil filters.

Give me a Part # of the current filter you are using and let me see what I can come up with.


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let me just but my .02 in about amsoil. its the best on earth. i run amsoil in everything i got. in my truck i run the 0w-30 the good stuff. and change it every 30K. the filter every 15K. here was a test i did by my self i bought a 2000 ford ZX2 hint new name for escort. ran it for 650 miles for break in. changed every thing oil in the engine the trans axle and put amsoil fuel treatment in it. at 50K i sent a sample to amsoil they said it can go another 20K at 100K i sent a smaple to amsoil they said its still good but should be changed. well here its is 100K on the same oil. just replaced the filter and topped the oil level off every 10K. try that with mobile one or any other oil. i still have this car its my daily driver. has 185K on it and still no engine or trans proplems just your normal wear items. tires brakes wheel bearings at 114K timing belt every 65K. plugs every 20K. but the key is every time i send a sample to asmoil there is really very low wear particals found. also found out on a dyno at MMI in orlando. we took a new GSXR1000 ran it on the dyno with factory oil. then flushed the engine put amsoil in it ran it again. and found almost 2 hp more. and thats with just an oil change. im no dealer but i will say its money well spent.

It is amazing just how far AMSOIL will go and can be confirmed by Oil Analysis.

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for the original MB i don't have it with me, although i just change the oil and filter, a week a go. for the WIX 51226 Oil Filter on you website. no the same quality as the OE from MB.
 

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Well, it does say for "Nearly" all your needs... LOL

You are correct, no AMSOIL Filter.

How do you mean it is not the same quality ? Few filters are better constructed than the WIX.

Too bad we can't find out who made the OEM Filter.


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the reason of the filter i replaced the original with a WIX, and after 5k miles it wouldn't filter, compare to the OEM, is like day and night , i would of loved to have a AMSOIL, but maybe in the future.
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the reason of the filter i replaced the original with a WIX, and after 5k miles it wouldn't filter, compare to the OEM, is like day and night , i would of loved to have a AMSOIL, but maybe in the future.
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How do you know it wouldn't filter ?


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I used to worked at a MB dealer(long story). so we took the WIX and the original, the WIX was so heavy of oil that i wouldn't take anymore oil and just dump it. remember its just a paper filter the WIX, the original its not.
 

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Mr Amsoil guy what is the part number for the Amsoil filter for the 2008 GSX-R750. The OEM filter part number is

Part# 16510-03G00-X07

Thanks
 
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