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September 5th, 2014, 11:04 AM   #1
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2002 Husaberg FE650E oil filter

I just purchased a used Husaberg - 2002 FE650E. I would like to change the oil/filter, but the motorcycle shops in my area are lacking strong knowledge of Husaberg bikes. Can somebody help me out with a part number for this oil filter, or a part number for a K&N or other filter that will work in this bike?

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Try filter for 2005 ktm 525 or k&n . believe part # KN-155
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Which way does the oil filter go in? With the rubber ring pointing towards the motor or away from it?
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Originally Posted by Stankbike View Post
Which way does the oil filter go in? With the rubber ring pointing towards the motor or away from it?
rubber end towards motor then o-ring on cover
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Originally Posted by PEI Mudder View Post
rubber end towards motor then o-ring on cover
Huh?

The rubber end (one with the hole) points outwards. The solid end inwards.

When you tell them it's for a KTM 5XX EXC, be sure to get the "long" filter (KTM have two oil filters on that model, long and short).
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Huh?

The rubber end (one with the hole) points outwards. The solid end inwards.

When you tell them it's for a KTM 5XX EXC, be sure to get the "long" filter (KTM have two oil filters on that model, long and short).

Ok your right the 70 degree bikes are the opposite my bad ..funny i have both and couldn't get it straight and i looked at both manuals engage brain then mouth lol
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From the manuals 2006 550 on left 2010 Fe390 on right the 2002 should be the same as the 2006 filter install
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From the manuals 2006 550 on left 2010 Fe390 on right the 2002 should be the same as the 2006 filter install
When I did my first oil change, I installed the oil filter backwards by accident. I immediately realized my mistake... but try pulling out the filter if there's nothing to grab onto!

I think I used a magnet and crisis was averted. Now that I have my engine apart I have been studying the oil passageways in the engine. It's really interesting how the whole oil system works. Most of it is long straight passageways created from drilling thru the outside of the case. That's why there are "plugs" on the outside of the case in several places... to plug up the holes where they had to drill from. It also gives a new perspective to how clean the oil must be because there are a lot of small crevices that the oil must traverse and many opportunities for crud to jam up the system. The oil screen in the bottom of the engine is really smart. I wonder if my BMW had one? I never saw it and never heard of it, so I guess not.

If I am not mistaken, the oil goes directly from the tranny case, thru the oil screen to the pump, then straight to the filter, then to the crank case and onward.
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It would try to bypass but would have a tough time. Actually, you probably couldn't install the filter cover if the filter was backwards... it wouldn't sit flush.
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Question if its in backwards does the oil complete stop circulating or does it bypass.. funny how the 70 degree is the opposite
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