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When to Change a Motorcycle Oil Filter

In order to keep your engine running, don’t forget to change the oil filter.

When it comes to changing the oil in your motorcycle, the frequency depends on three factors: first, the make and model of your bike; second, the type of engine oil you use; and third, how often you ride. After all, oil is the blood that keeps your motor’s heart beating, so consistent maintenance is key to optimal performance.

In order to keep your engine running, don’t forget to change the oil filter.

Oil filters collect debris, metallic particles, sludge and prevents corrosion. Without the filter’s line of defense, motorcycle engines would be vulnerable to combustion.

To learn more about oil filters, visit FRAM.com.

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