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Re: Oil Filter/cartridge type
« Reply #15 on: 02.10. 2014 21:16 »
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I also have fitted a Hi Di Hi filter.

I'm in the process of moving my Flash filter to the battery compartment  thanks to the flexibility of the Cylcone type battery's positioning.
I had tried to find a HI DI HI filter but failed, could you tell me  a101960 where you got it, price and dimensions if possible before I start drilling holes and spending more money   (spend so far is okay as the RGF will use the filters), it looks neat and possibly a better shape for my purpose

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Re: Oil Filter/cartridge type
« Reply #16 on: 02.10. 2014 22:11 »

  Bill, all the links from previous page are copy and pasted below. .... was doing it for my own reference anyway. ..On a new phone., so might look a bit funny. . *eek*
Its available from BlightB6@aol.comaround £ it uses the slimline Norton cartridges. 

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/RETRO-FIT-OIL-FILTER-KIT-BRITISH-4-STROKE-MOTORCYCLES-/220495438801?cmd=ViewItem&pt=UK_Motorcycle_Parts&hash=item33568d63d1

     

http://www.norbsa02.freeuk.com/goffyoil.htm

   
   http://www.mapcycle.com/ProductDesc.aspx?code=MAP6500&type=0

     
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Re: Oil Filter/cartridge type
« Reply #17 on: 03.10. 2014 10:33 »
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a101960 where you got it, price and dimensions if possible before I start drilling holes and spending more money
Hide-de-Hi Classic Bike Oil Filters
Meadow Villa Green Lane Hambledon Hampshire PO7 4SY
Contact: Bob Light 023 9263 2835 email  BlightB6@aol.com

I will measure up later on today and send you a PM. I have had it a few years so I really can't remember what I paid for it.

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Re: Oil Filter/cartridge type
« Reply #18 on: 03.10. 2014 10:49 »
Cheers John - Look forward to your mail

Hi duTch, thanks for the links, last one works if you delete some of it http://www.mapcycle.com
All the best - Bill
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Re: Oil Filter/cartridge type
« Reply #19 on: 03.10. 2014 13:30 »
Hi
I installed the Poul Goff spin on filter in my toolbox after my recent engine rebuild - everything needed for the installation in the box from P.G -also instructions and installation drawinsg, easy fit, and I'm satisfied with the result. I have smal tool roll for my tool, so for me it was ok to use the toolbox.

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Re: Oil Filter/cartridge type
« Reply #20 on: 03.10. 2014 20:34 »
I've been using the Hiflofiltro HF153 for years but recently tried the K&N KN153 as it has a hex on top for a spanner. http://www.amazon.com/Hiflofiltro-HF153-Premium-Oil-Filter/dp/B000WJCZIO
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Re: Oil Filter/cartridge type
« Reply #21 on: 06.10. 2014 12:00 »
I'm running the Goffy set up in the tool box on mine. A very easy fit but I do miss the space that it takes up though, and you do have to drill . I'm running a straight 40 with detergents in the motor (Silkolene Chatsworth SAE 40 Classic & Vintage Monograde Engine Oil).
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Re: Oil Filter/cartridge type
« Reply #22 on: 06.10. 2014 22:47 »
Now look what you've done. you've mentioned oils!! GROAN.

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Re: Oil Filter/cartridge type
« Reply #23 on: 07.10. 2014 02:45 »
 *shh* *shh* *shh* *pull hair out*
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Re: Oil Filter/cartridge type
« Reply #24 on: 07.10. 2014 12:48 »
Doh.
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Re: Oil Filter/cartridge type
« Reply #25 on: 07.10. 2014 15:08 »
Wow madsens, that is some slick looking setup!

I'll add that to the list Once i'm riding comfortabely(relative guys) and have to do the next oil change...

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Re: Oil Filter/cartridge type
« Reply #26 on: 08.10. 2014 11:44 »
Stu that looks neat.
Bill add Ryco Z93, Wix 57314 and Purolator L17601 to your very helpful list.
I used the Ryco until the price hit $44 each !!! I found the Wix at a truck and tractor shop at $12.50.
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Re: Oil Filter/cartridge type
« Reply #27 on: 08.10. 2014 12:30 »
Yes sorry Trevor, missus won't let me on a bike yet. I tried.
I'll look in the morn. A lot/most of Ducks use them, RF153, KN153.
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Re: Oil Filter/cartridge type
« Reply #28 on: 27.11. 2014 20:08 »
Just come across a smaller cartridge oil filter made by Morgo:
http://www.morgo.co.uk/morgo-oil-filter-kit/110-morgo-remote-oil-filter-kit.html
Not cheap at £65.  Has anyone used it?

Also, here are details of the Hi-De-Hi filter:
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Re: Oil Filter/cartridge type
« Reply #29 on: 27.11. 2014 20:35 »
Dear Santa,
                   Can i have a morgo filter kit please !
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