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January 5th, 2018, 03:44 PM   #1
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Oil screen in top of cylinder

Ok hi guys,
I did an oil change on my burg it's a fe 450 and i pulled the screen out of the banjo bolt at the top of the engine and now can't remember which way it goes in.
The screen is only open one end.
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January 5th, 2018, 11:35 PM   #2
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Open end into the banjo bolt. But I dont think it will do much difference if you put it in the wrong way..?
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January 18th, 2018, 11:09 PM   #3
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Hello Dean. I need to know. The books say change our oil and filter following every ride. Does anyone do this? It holds such a tiny amount that I get the reasoning behind that. It still sounds absurd tho. Some Ferraris hold a huge 15 litres of oil. Don't know about their service intervals. Your post kinda says you might not change oil everyday. Inquiring minds wonder. L
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January 19th, 2018, 09:41 AM   #4
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There should be an arrow molded into the plastic housing. I believe the arrow should point toward the banjo bolt. This was posted somewhere on this site a while back.
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Originally Posted by lvspeed View Post
Hello Dean. I need to know. The books say change our oil and filter following every ride. Does anyone do this? It holds such a tiny amount that I get the reasoning behind that. It still sounds absurd tho. Some Ferraris hold a huge 15 litres of oil. Don't know about their service intervals. Your post kinda says you might not change oil everyday. Inquiring minds wonder. L
Hey mate,
Most of my riding i do on my own so it's not riden to hard and the longest they would last would be around 4 hours so my oil changes get done every 4- 5 rides.
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