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Anyone know the oil filter part number for the new 2011 Ninja ZX1000?
I would imagine it is the same as a zx10r, but am not 100% on that. Are you looking for an OEM number?
 

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16097-0004 was it. Did my first oil change today at 300 miles. I'm glad I did, it wasn't pretty. I'm looking forward to getting past the break-in period.
 

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I did my first oil change just under 400 miles and the oil had a green tinge. Had an analysis done on the oil and everything looks OK for a new engine other than some fuel dilution. I think that's from all the riding I've done in the cold.
 

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I did my first oil change just under 400 miles and the oil had a green tinge. Had an analysis done on the oil and everything looks OK for a new engine other than some fuel dilution. I think that's from all the riding I've done in the cold.
Altorfer Inc. (where I work) does oil analysis. I use it every other oil change on my GMC truck.
 

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The fram pt no. I gave for the 10 Z is black but you could paint it if you want.
I like it black so it blends in behind chin spoiler.
 

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I allways used the OEM oil filter for my vehicles, they tried to sell me a K and N filter at the dealership for a dollar more. They like the K and N's because they have a nut on the back of it that makes it easier to install and remove.
 

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The fram pt no. I gave for the 10 Z is black but you could paint it if you want.
I like it black so it blends in behind chin spoiler.
I know I think the one I use is a PH3717 (its an automotive filter) or something like that. I have it wrote down somewhere. :D

I have a HUGE cross reference list.
 
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