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Where can i purchase Oil filter for the Versys 650 in india
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Amazon or Ebay if your stuck,buy a few.
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FWIW - my two cars ('03 Mazda Protege5, and '01 Nissan Maxima) use the SAME oil-filters as my Versys, and I ALWAYS buy the longer version. Presently a FRAM PH7317, or a TG7317.

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I use the K&N brand KN-303 filter. Revzilla.com ships overseas. It may not be cost effective for you though. I would first try a seller in your area or online in your country. The Kawasaki filter is fine, though I do prefer the K&N. I would only use a good quality brand. The Fram listed above will be high quality. A non-Kawasaki filter may hold more oil and thus you may have to put in slightly more new oil. Make sure to check the level in the sight glass.
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I've been using a re-uasble oil filter since 2010. The same filter has fit my last 3 bikes. Its a PCS-1 oil filter thats has been on my Versys 650 also my FJR and now on my Versys 1000. Here its listed on Amazon...https://www.amazon.com/PC-Racing-PCS...4389677&sr=8-4

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Can't answer your question about where in India to buy your oil filter, but Oil Filter Cross Reference (Oil Filter Cross Reference) may give you other than OEM filter options plus a _lot_ of good info about filter quality and such.

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FWIW - my two cars ('03 Mazda Protege5, and '01 Nissan Maxima) use the SAME oil-filters as my Versys, and I ALWAYS buy the longer version. Presently a FRAM PH7317, or a TG7317.

that's a good bit of info thanks.

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Can't answer your question about where in India to buy your oil filter, but Oil Filter Cross Reference (Oil Filter Cross Reference) may give you other than OEM filter options plus a _lot_ of good info about filter quality and such.

Happy motoring!
also great info. i like the comment about the cartridge type filters

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I've been using a re-uasble oil filter since 2010. The same filter has fit my last 3 bikes. Its a PCS-1 oil filter thats has been on my Versys 650 also my FJR and now on my Versys 1000. Here its listed on Amazon...https://www.amazon.com/PC-Racing-PCS...4389677&sr=8-4

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The best decision any rider can make for their bike in terms of oil filters. Particularly if you are doing serious overland work. Far superior to a standard filter and the internal magnets allow you to monitor any undue wear, with the benefit of not needing to carry or source filters when on the road.
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https://shop.motousher.com/collectio...lter-by-maxima

https://shop.motousher.com/collectio...lter-by-hi-flo

https://www.bikenbiker.com/collectio...filter-by-ison
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If you can find Mobil 1 filters, the M1-108 and M1-110 both fit.

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