Author Topic: Oil filters for my '08 tiger?  (Read 4343 times)

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May 02, 2010, 09:57:36 PM on

Offline mrpete64 (OP)

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What oil filters do you recommend for my Tiger?  Other than my local dealer...where do I buy them.

Thanks for your help.

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May 02, 2010, 11:27:09 PMReply #1 on

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Hey mrpete64 !! as far as i know, its the same filter as the 955i not much help tho !!  :roll:  so looky here ....................

http://tigertriple.com/forum/index.php/topic,4017

also check out the Roadie section !!

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any idea why a post like this is in "bikes for sale" forum ?

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You can get a K&N filter from here  http://www.evotech-performance.com/acat ... KN204.html

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January 31, 2011, 10:30:29 PMReply #6 on

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Used the Walmart Supertech ST 6607 $3.00 on my 2010 works fine so far. :shock:

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Quote from: "ramseybella"
Used the Walmart Supertech ST 6607 $3.00 on my 2010 works fine so far. :shock:


If you are anxious about it, just change the engine oil more frequently to be sure, the filter itself shouldnt do any harm to your engine :qgaraduate
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Quote from: "ArcticTiger"
Quote from: "ramseybella"
Used the Walmart Supertech ST 6607 $3.00 on my 2010 works fine so far. :shock:

If you are anxious about it, just change the engine oil more frequently to be sure, the filter itself shouldnt do any harm to your engine :qgaraduate

Please do Explain?
I change oil every 2000 to 3000 miles is there something wrong with this filter I was going to upgrade to a Purolator filter at next change.

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Bored, so reading through old posts.

Yamaha has a filter that cross references to a Roadie. They are a lot more conveniently located for me than the nearest Triumph deaerl, and I am confident the quality will be as good as Triumph.
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