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On a whim I went a local stealership today. Looked to see how much of a markup they have on AmsOil "for metrics". They want $15 a quart... ok Looks like I can check that off the shopping list.Next was to ask the parts guy for an oil filter for my 2012 GL. He hands me a 15410-MFJ-D02 and says they are $16 each. I spun it around to double check the part number and on the plastic wrap there"s the correct number with the words Made in China. I put it back on the counter. The PG says "What isn"t made in China". My response was "the oil filter I put on my Wing, that"s what". Are things THAT bad that Honda has to farm their oil filters out to China? If I pay $16 a pop for a filter, its damn well gonna be made here.Rant over....
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Just get the Wally world Super tech #6607. Made in the USA . Been using them since my first Wing back in 2003.
2015 Gl1800A Interceptor red/blackFlorida Prowler 100 IBA #64117"Freedom is the length of the chain between a stake in the ground and reality"
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Yup, those $3.00 Super Tech filters are not too bad but the Honda Filter does have more filter media.
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1998 - GL1500 w/184,500 miles ~ 2017 - GL1800 w/13,000 milesUSAF Avionics Communications Tech - "68 - "86 / Flight Engineer C-130E - C-141B - "86 - "92. Retired.Industrial Maintenance Tech - 1992 -2014 years.Retired 2014 - Tacoma, WA
So , I just used my last Honda filter, part number 15410-MFJ-D01. We all know Honda will change part numbers for any reason. Is it likely that the one ending in "01" is their "Assembled in USA" supplier and the one ending in "02" is a Chinese supplier? Need to check dealer stock and grab the "01" if use of Assembled in USA Honda oil filters is important to you.
2015 GL1800, Basic black. Previously: 84 GL1200 standard, 87 GL1200 Interstate, 88 GL1500, 1997 Valkyrie, 2000 Valkyrie Interstate many other Hondas
So , I just used my last Honda filter, part number 15410-MFJ-D01. We all know Honda will change part numbers for any reason. Is it likely that the one ending in "01" is their "Assembled in USA" supplier and the one ending in "02" is a Chinese supplier? Need to check dealer stock and grab the "01" if use of Assembled in USA Honda oil filters is important to you.
2015 GL1800, Basic black. Previously: 84 GL1200 standard, 87 GL1200 Interstate, 88 GL1500, 1997 Valkyrie, 2000 Valkyrie Interstate many other Hondas
Japanese manufacturers are doing what most are doing, saving and cutting cost to "maximize" profits...by going to China.
1998 - GL1500 w/184,500 miles ~ 2017 - GL1800 w/13,000 milesUSAF Avionics Communications Tech - "68 - "86 / Flight Engineer C-130E - C-141B - "86 - "92. Retired.Industrial Maintenance Tech - 1992 -2014 years.Retired 2014 - Tacoma, WA
I buy KN-204-1, a K&N filter from Amazon. $9.99 today. Where they"re made, I really don"t care. It works.
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I had a riding buddy have his K&N filter start leaking mid-ride, days after changing the filter. There have been many reports of fake/copycat K&N branded filters and even more of the nut on the filter itself breaking off.I started using the Purolator PL14612, changing out the filter every oil change. Same price, $9.99 off Amazon. More peace of mind.
"Are things THAT bad that Honda has to farm their oil filters out to China? If I pay $16 a pop for a filter, its damn well gonna be made here."It wasn"t that long ago that the Honda filters were $10, then $12, now $16 and made in China. Who is making the killing here? Cheaper production source and higher price. Won"t be long before they are $20!
"Are things THAT bad that Honda has to farm their oil filters out to China? If I pay $16 a pop for a filter, its damn well gonna be made here."
If you remove the seat on the new wings, you"ll find the main wiring harness is made in China. $2,554 bucks. The sub wiring harnesses are also made in China. It"s a global economy.
On a whim I went a local stealership today. Looked to see how much of a markup they have on AmsOil "for metrics". They want $15 a quart... ok Looks like I can check that off the shopping list.Next was to ask the parts buy for an oil filter for my 2012 GL. He hands me a 15410-MFJ-D02 and says they are $16 each. I spun it around to double check the part number and on the plastic wrap there"s the correct number with the words Made in China. I put it back on the counter. The PG says "What isn"t made in China". My response was "the oil filter I put on my Wing, that"s what". Are things THAT bad that Honda has to farm their oil filters out to China? If I pay $16 a pop for a filter, its damn well gonna be made here.Rant over....
Three times the filter media and a quality check valve vs 1/3 the filter media and a plastic check valve. Now which do I want filtering the oil in my Wings engine? If we made something comparable here at home for a similar price, then I"m with the MIA crowd. For now, seeing that level of quality, I don"t care where it"s made. Using anything less is like cutting off your nose to spite your face. Good luck in your quest.
SFC, U.S. Army Field Artillery, Retired Now fully retired and Ridin" the Rockies2003 GL 1800 Darkside Pirelli P1 Darkside #1754Bridgestone 709 on the front
There"s a motorcycle filters equivalent chart by CALSI and it shows quality filters that could be used alternates vs the OEM. I"ll copy paste a link when I can get to my PC. Oil Filter Cross ReferenceK&N filters with welded nut plate...... people have gone down because the weld fractured and then the bike dumped oil all over the back tire. Somebody is going to get killed.

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2015 GL1800, Basic black. Previously: 84 GL1200 standard, 87 GL1200 Interstate, 88 GL1500, 1997 Valkyrie, 2000 Valkyrie Interstate many other Hondas
Okay, so wait a sec... There"s two (and only two) schools of thought here.1. Honda filter - best on planet Earth!-or-2. Filter made in China? What was Honda thinking when they made that decision!Interesting discussion on the topic here:
I used to get Honda filters and the part number was 15410-MFJ-D01. I changed the oil abs filter tonight and wasn’t until I cleaned up that I noticed the part number. I googled it and most of the results indicated jt was for a couple 2019 and 2020 bikes in the 750 class did this filter replace...