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Does anyone make any reusable clutch filters? I seem to be flying through the paper ones and have the set up to clean reusable ones.



I'm running the Daytona gearbox but the filter is the same as Takegawa and Kitaco, or are any big bike filters that are suitable?
 

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The lowly YX's come with a decent screen version that slips right in. They come in the remote filter on the early sling-less versions and in the cover of the DTE150 and latest 160. Still getting that much debris in it, after initial break-in?

2004 CR50R and a couple ATV's that also use 15412-HB6-003 have a $5-6 paper one.
 

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The lowly YX's come with a decent screen version that slips right in. They come in the remote filter on the early sling-less versions and in the cover of the DTE150 and latest 160. Still getting that much debris in it, after initial break-in?

2004 CR50R and a couple ATV's that also use 15412-HB6-003 have a $5-6 paper one.


Thanks Terry, no haven't suffered any issues with the engine, l just like to replace the filter every other oil change and was hoping for a cheap way long term, to buy the filter in the Uk costs £13 excluding p&p, anything from the US and l'll get hit by import duty and tax...
 

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About $6 to ship from here, if you're in no rush, $15 if half-rushed, plus $5 for the washable element, if you want one. Then you can hose the pisser out every oil swap. Got a magnetic drain plug and you pull the clutch cover to rinse the lower screen now and again, right? An additional magnet, epoxied in or on the filter cover, helps catch fragments, too. Even one in the lower tappet cover grabs a bit of metal.
 
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