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Old May 6th 2015, 09:41 AM   #1
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1299 Oil Filter??

i've been told 1199, and 899 oil filters do not fit the 1299...

anyone know where to order online, please?
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Old May 6th 2015, 10:55 AM   #2
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I asked the dealer for a oil filter for my 1299s when I took delivery.

the filter they gave me was part number 44440312B

I am now questioning this because afaik that is the number for the 899
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Old May 6th 2015, 08:44 PM   #3
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Has anyone tried an aftermarket filter on the 1299 yet?
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Old May 6th 2015, 09:01 PM   #4
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I've used K&N on my 1199 without any adverse results. I hope the same holds true for the 1299.

With that said, my dealer has asked me to quit using anything but genuine Ducati because the K&N at 1/3 of the price of OEM did not flow as well as the Ducati branded product.
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Ha - of course the dealer is going to tell you that, and it's complete bullshit. In fact, the better aftermarket filters, constructed with semi-synthetic or 100% synthetic media, have been proven to filter (and flow) better than cellulose media common to "OEM" filters, based on particle count and filter paper tests. None of motorcycle manufacturers are in the filter manufacturing business, it's all rebadged stuff, with a huge mark-up. I've used Amsoil/Royal Purple, K&N/Mobil 1 filters on countless bikes, cars, and waverunners for decades and never had a single problem if the correct filter size is used.

My dealer quoted $420 for the 600 mile break in service, which is basically an oil change and fastener check - I laughed.
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Old May 6th 2015, 11:21 PM   #6
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Ha - of course the dealer is going to tell you that, and it's complete bullshit. In fact, the better aftermarket filters, constructed with semi-synthetic or 100% synthetic media, have been proven to filter (and flow) better than cellulose media common to "OEM" filters, based on particle count and filter paper tests. None of motorcycle manufacturers are in the filter manufacturing business, it's all rebadged stuff, with a huge mark-up. I've used Amsoil/Royal Purple, K&N/Mobil 1 filters on countless bikes, cars, and waverunners for decades and never had a single problem if the correct filter size is used.

My dealer quoted $420 for the 600 mile break in service, which is basically an oil change and fastener check - I laughed.
Agree completely.
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Old May 7th 2015, 06:34 AM   #7
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Ha - of course the dealer is going to tell you that, and it's complete bullshit. In fact, the better aftermarket filters, constructed with semi-synthetic or 100% synthetic media, have been proven to filter (and flow) better than cellulose media common to "OEM" filters, based on particle count and filter paper tests. None of motorcycle manufacturers are in the filter manufacturing business, it's all rebadged stuff, with a huge mark-up. I've used Amsoil/Royal Purple, K&N/Mobil 1 filters on countless bikes, cars, and waverunners for decades and never had a single problem if the correct filter size is used.

My dealer quoted $420 for the 600 mile break in service, which is basically an oil change and fastener check - I laughed.
My quote was $360 for the first service. Highway robbery. I understand it's a little harder to change the oil on this one compared to most bikes, but it still isn't hard and should only take the average person about 30 minutes. They also said they will charge about $20 to reset the service light if I do my own oil change.
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Old May 7th 2015, 06:39 AM   #8
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Quote was $450 - but "if [I] pay now, only $400!"

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They also said they will charge about $20 to reset the service light if I do my own oil change.
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even though i do my own service stuff and i can reset my service light myself, i go to lunch with my mechanic today. costs $20 but gets me in priority lane and free quick fixes. dude rode his grom to florida (from Greenville, SC). classy guy.

Oil change is a PITA compared to other bikes. dealers have to cover their costs. Corporate identity required by the brands costs money, mechanics cost money.
is it worth $400? no.

if you go DYI, read up on AntiHero's How-To. Easy peasy.
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