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PC Racing Flo Oil Filter
PC Racing Flo Oil Filter

$110.49 $129.95
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Item #PCR0002

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18 Reviews
4.9 out of 5 stars
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Verified Purchaser
Looks sharp

This item looks very sharp once installed on the bike. Perfect fit and simple to install.

Chicago, IL, USA
Great if you have OEM exhaust

So, I was installing this on my 03 CBR that has a full exhaust. As I was fitting the header back onto the bike, it was hitting the oil filter. Long story short, I had to grind the nut off the filter to get the clearance, and it is still really tight. I wish they made a compact filter for race bike applications that have aftermarket exhausts.

Verified Purchaser
NJ
Yo Sidecar here

Yo Sidecar here to tell you that the first thing I do to all my bikes when I get them is to change the oil and replace the oil filter with one of these baby's! Not only do they look cool but they work better than the other type, plus they are reusable, environment friendly, save money after ten changes. Get one and see.

Verified Purchaser
Flo oil filter.. Pays for itself

Oil filter is amazing. Well worth the price!!

Verified Purchaser
Arizona
Best looking

Worth the price you pay for being able to reuse and just the quality of product

PC Racing Flo Oil Filter
Verified Purchaser
Valencia, California
Solid filter

I was a little worried about the quality before
I ordered but that was unwarranted. The filter
Arrived and it is solid and a piece of art. It fit
My 2012 vstrom perfectly.

Verified Purchaser
Apex North Carolina
P C Flo filter

Do the math people, this is the only way to fly if you are in to any kind of regular maintenance. Looks great, works great. The hundred dollars is well worth it for the last filter you will buy!

Verified Purchaser
Worth every penny!

Just changed my oil for the first time since I put this thing on. I was impressed when I received it and am even more so now. It does everything they say, cleans up nice and easy and with my regular oil filters costing over 10 bucks each it will pay for itself fairly quickly.

Verified Purchaser
Savannah, GA, USA
Pc racing flo oil filter

the pc racing flo oil filter is an awesome looking oil filter the outter housing is show quality and the removeable stainless micronic cloth is very easy to clean great product last filter you will ever buy

Rogers, Arkansas
Say good bye to other filters

Outstanding value, great looks and eliminates the need for replacement paper oil filters... forever!!

Not only is this a great looking filter setup it's incredibly functional with a lifetime reusable metal filter element with integrated magnet.

Comes with extra seal ring a couple of stickers.

PC Racing Flo Oil Filter
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7 Questions
Answered:   6
Not Yet:   1
jimk
Q: I thought a good oil filter would remove 20 to 30 microns?? The Flo oil filter says it removes 35 correct me if i am wrong, Thank you, Jim Kalogeras
4 months 19 days ago
David
Top 10 Contributor
4 months 19 days ago
A: This is correct. It's rated at 35 microns.
smithr355
Q: Do you sell replacement seals for this?
4 months 26 days ago
Thumbs
Top 10
4 months 26 days ago
A: If it's a seal for the part itself no we do not, if PC Racing sells them we can order them in but it doesn't look like we sell any replacement parts for these filters.
NickSoapDish
Q: Does it come with installation instructions?
Over 6 months ago
I'm new to the whole mechanic thing but eager to learn. I hear that an oil filter change is pretty simple and can save you a lot of money, if you do it yourself. Still if there is a way to screw it up, I'll be the one to do that! Would love clear detailed instructions with step by step diagrams.... Just like my legos had as a kid :P
CustomerAccountManager
Top 500 Contributor
Over 6 months ago
A: These are pretty straight forward filters to install, But unless you have a high compression high horsepower application I would just stick with an o.e.m. oil filter. These might be reusable,but are not 100% necessary unless you are running a full tuned race motor.


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503-783-5613
whistler
Q: Can you get one to fit gsf 1250a suzuki bandit 2012
1 year 2 months ago
k9
Fonz
Q: Length
Over 4 years ago
What is the length of this filter? I have clearance issues with the M1-110 so i started using the M1-MC134 which fits perfect
sidecar
Over 4 years ago
A: Each one that I bought is about 3 1/2 inches in length.
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago
A: These are designed to be model specific fitment. Unfortunately i do not have the specifications available for each filter. If you enter the bike model that the filter is for, you will receive the correct filter for that application.
lehtdog
Q: Whats the best degreasing agent, that would be good to use on the filter?
Over 8 years ago
would any of the degreasing agents be harmful to the motor or bike
Sidecar
Over 8 years ago
A: You can wash it out with dawn dish soap and just rinse it good and let it dry or blow it out.
Sidecar
Over 8 years ago
A: I prefer to use brake cleaner because it cleans well and evaporates quickly. It is also one of the recommended solvents to use.
Drewski
MotoSport Staff
Over 8 years ago
A: Any solvent will work whether it's kerosene, contact/brake cleaner, degreaser agent or even dish soap and water. Just dont use gas.
ninja6
Over 8 years ago
A: use any spray carb cleaner or mineral sprits these should not harm the engine but you should blow out any exess or let it evaporate it self dry
wise
Q: So all i do is wash it every oil change and put it back in my bike and is there any warrenty
Over 8 years ago
Sidecar
Over 8 years ago
A: Yes that's correct! Clean it with one of recommended solvents, I prefer brake cleaner and let it dry a bit or blow it out a put it back in you'll have your money back in no time!
patrick77
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 years ago
A: Clean with any degreasing agent, dry, lightly blow air through the filter from the inside out to remove any remaining particles or cleaning agent and reuse.
No warranty.
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# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
PC Racing Flo Oil Filter PCS1
PC Racing Flo Oil Filter PCS2
PC Racing Flo Oil Filter PCS5
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