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    Registered User Array CanadianBird's Avatar
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    http://www.kandpengineering.com/S1.shtml Are you using something like this plus a magnetic drain plug? http://www.drainplugmagnets.com/hondamotorcycles.php
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    I hear it's best to have two. You circulate them between changes so one's in the parts washer and the other is on the bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danke View Post
    I hear it's best to have two. You circulate them between changes so one's in the parts washer and the other is on the bike.
    Are you mocking me? However, I only have one and I just ordered the drain plug.
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    No I'm serious. Guys who use them run two. Put one in a washer and have the other on the bike.

    That's why I don't have one. I don't have a nice washer to soak it in (but maybe this winter that will change).

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    I use the magnetic drain plug. It catches alot of particles. Not sure about the bike, but makes me feel good when I change the oil.

    Procycle sells honda accessories. Maybe you could compare plug sizes with a parts fiche as its half the price.

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    the particles doing damage to your engine can't be seen and will easily pass through most of the most reusable filters. for long trips where carrying filters isn't ideal, sure, for everything else meh. cost of paper filters and ease of use gets my vote, even if you break even on cost of the reusable one, what about the time and products used to clean the thing? the drain plug is a no brainer though, all engines shoudl come with them stock. many people use secondary magnets in the pan to catch even more particulates.

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