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YAMAHA Part Number is 5GH-13440-50-00. This is the same oil filter as the FZ-07 and the FZ-09. Yamaha is doing us all a huge favor by keeping it simple!
 
The following are also all compatible. And before anyone starts pointing out a favorite, remember that more important than brand of filter or oil is actual Frequency of oil and filter change.
 
AC-Delco PF2135
AMSOIL EAOM103
ARCTIC CAT 3201-044
ARCTIC CAT 3201-451
AUTOEDGE AL6017A
Baldwin B1400
Baldwin B7285
CARQUEST 85358
CARQUEST 85365
ChampLab PH2876
ChampLab PH7015
ChampLab PH7028
DENSO 115010-5390
Donaldson P502067
EMGO 10-26920
EMGO 10-82230
EMGO 10-82251
Fleetguard LF3925
Fram PH6017A
HASTINGS B7285
HASTINGS LF113
HIFLO HF198
HIFLO HF204
HIFLO HF303
K & N KN-204
K & N KN-303
K & N KN-303C
KAWASAKI 16097-0002
KAWASAKI 16097-0003
KAWASAKI 16097-0004
KAWASAKI 16097-1058
KAWASAKI 16097-1061
KAWASAKI 16097-1063
KAWASAKI 16097-1064
KAWASAKI 16097-1066
KAWASAKI 16097-1067
KAWASAKI 16097-1068
KAWASAKI 16097-1070
KAWASAKI 16097-1072
LUBER-FINER PH2876
LUBER-FINER PH7015
LUBER-FINER PH7028
MELROE 6671057
MERCRUISER 35-822626
MERCRUISER 35-822626Q04
MERCRUISER 35-822626Q1
MERCRUISER Q03
MERCURY 35-8222626Q03
MERCURY G590000-G760299
MERCURY G760300-1B226999
MERCURY P086824-P325499
NAPA 1358
NAPA 1365
NAPA PS1358
Parts Master 61358
POLARIS 2520799
POLARIS 2540086
POLARIS 3084963
POLARIS 3089996
Purolator PL14612
ROBIN 2576730111
SIERRA 18-7902
SIERRA 18-7909
SIERRA 18-7910
SIERRA 18-7911
SIERRA 18-7911-1
SIERRA 18-7913
SILVERLINE 21358
STP PH7028
TOHATSU (Marine) 3R0076150M
TRIUMPH MOTORCYCLE T1210200
TRIUMPH MOTORCYCLE T1210444
WARNER PH7015
WESTERBEKE 30220
Wix 51358
Wix 51365
 
 
 
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This is for info only.
When changing oil without oil filter, 2.54 U.S. quarts.
With oil filter 2.85 U.S. quarts. For those of us that are challenged, 2 quarts (32oz per quart), then add another 27 oz, for a total of 91oz).
May require a smidge more oil if the longer 3.25 inch filters are used.
I normally use the Bosch 3323 filters, but recent posts on the FJR forum have said they changed something and they now leak. Oh well, buyer beware.
I am only listing the oil filters that I have used:
Bosch 3323(longer) and 3300
Mobile 1 M1-108
 
 

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George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950)
Bikes:
2015 FJ-09, Seat Concepts seat cover and foam, Cal Sci medium screen, rim stripes, factory heated grips, Cortech Dryver tank bag ring, Modified stock exhaust, FlashTune with Graves fuel map, Cree driving lights, Aux power socket.
2012 Street Triple type R (Wifes)
2007 FJR1300 (Sold!)
 

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Seems like it would have only been polite to mention you copied that from my website. I spent a lot of hours putting that list together. . .
Point taken, data deleted to comply.
 

A government which robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul.
George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950)
Bikes:
2015 FJ-09, Seat Concepts seat cover and foam, Cal Sci medium screen, rim stripes, factory heated grips, Cortech Dryver tank bag ring, Modified stock exhaust, FlashTune with Graves fuel map, Cree driving lights, Aux power socket.
2012 Street Triple type R (Wifes)
2007 FJR1300 (Sold!)
 

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Be warned about the Fram on the list, and possibly others. I bought two at Walmart to do my own 600 mile oil change. When I went to spin it onto the hollow bolt sticking out from the engine, it turned with a bit of resistance. I was concerned I may have started it off cross threaded, so I pulled it off and started over. I did this several times but could not find any starting point where I did not notice this resistance. Eventually I just figured the threads were a snug fit and I spun the filter down anyway and when it got to the point where it was finally against the engine, it just kept spinning and wouldn't tighten. "Stripped! Good thing I bought two of these" I thought to myself. So I removed the first filter and much to my disgust discovered it had completely ruined not only its own threads but more importantly it ruined the threads on the stud coming out of the engine.
 
Fortunately the stud in the engine is removable and replaceable. But my dealer didn't have it in stock so I had to order it. I picked up some genuine Yamaha filters at the same time. The stud that comes out of the engine has the same thread pitch on both ends, namely the end that goes into the engine and the end that the filter attaches to. When I removed the stud from the engine, I tried threading the fresh threads that had not been ruined, the ones that were threaded into the engine, into the second Fram filter I had bought. I right away noticed the same resistance as with the first Fram. Upon close inspection of the Fram, the threads didn't look right to me. It's like they are rolled or somehow formed instead of cut. They had a squarish look about them instead of a ridge of little triangular teeth like threads are supposed to look. I returned the second filter to Walmart.
 
I have decided to keep the stud with the damaged threads on one side to use as a thread gauge whenever I go shopping for aftermarket filters again. If I can't easily spin the filter onto the stud in the store, I won't buy the filter. My bike was down for two weeks while I waited for the part from the dealer. The whole affair was a drag.

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Be warned about the Fram on the list, and possibly others. I bought two at Walmart to do my own 600 mile oil change. When I went to spin it onto the hollow bolt sticking out from the engine, it turned with a bit of resistance. I was concerned I may have started it off cross threaded, so I pulled it off and started over. I did this several times but could not find any starting point where I did not notice this resistance. Eventually I just figured the threads were a snug fit and I spun the filter down anyway and when it got to the point where it was finally against the engine, it just kept spinning and wouldn't tighten. "Stripped! Good thing I bought two of these" I thought to myself. So I removed the first filter and much to my disgust discovered it had completely ruined not only its own threads but more importantly it ruined the threads on the stud coming out of the engine. 
Fortunately the stud in the engine is removable and replaceable. But my dealer didn't have it in stock so I had to order it. I picked up some genuine Yamaha filters at the same time. The stud that comes out of the engine has the same thread pitch on both ends, namely the end that goes into the engine and the end that the filter attaches to. When I removed the stud from the engine, I tried threading the fresh threads that had not been ruined, the ones that were threaded into the engine, into the second Fram filter I had bought. I right away noticed the same resistance as with the first Fram. Upon close inspection of the Fram, the threads didn't look right to me. It's like they are rolled or somehow formed instead of cut. They had a squarish look about them instead of a ridge of little triangular teeth like threads are supposed to look. I returned the second filter to Walmart.
 
I have decided to keep the stud with the damaged threads on one side to use as a thread gauge whenever I go shopping for aftermarket filters again. If I can't easily spin the filter onto the stud in the store, I won't buy the filter. My bike was down for two weeks while I waited for the part from the dealer. The whole affair was a drag.
Sorry you had that issue with the fram. I don't use them for other reasons, but that is good enough reason. I like your idea of taking the spare stud to the store and trying different filters. Let us know if you come up with a new one to try. I am currently using the Mobil 1 M1-108 with no issues. 

A government which robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul.
George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950)
Bikes:
2015 FJ-09, Seat Concepts seat cover and foam, Cal Sci medium screen, rim stripes, factory heated grips, Cortech Dryver tank bag ring, Modified stock exhaust, FlashTune with Graves fuel map, Cree driving lights, Aux power socket.
2012 Street Triple type R (Wifes)
2007 FJR1300 (Sold!)
 

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I use Purolator ML16817. About 3/8" longer than Yamaha's, and has an o-ring like Yamaha instead of a flat gasket like some.
 
Works for me.
 
Ty

'05 Bandit 1200s ( Blue and White ) Bandit pic
 
2015 FJ-09 ( RED ) FJ-09 pic
 
 

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FYI, the yamaha OEM filter cap wrench is part # A255
 
perhaps better, the NAPA Service Tools part is 77-3150 Cap oil filter wrench Toyota

2015 FJ-09, 2016 1290 Super Duke, 2017 150 XC-W (primary ride), 2012 DR650

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YAMAHA Part Number is 5GH-13440-50-00. This is the same oil filter as the FZ-07 and the FZ-09. Yamaha is doing us all a huge favor by keeping it simple!  
The following are also all compatible. And before anyone starts pointing out a favorite, remember that more important than brand of filter or oil is actual Frequency of oil and filter change.
 
AC-Delco PF2135
AMSOIL EAOM103
ARCTIC CAT 3201-044
ARCTIC CAT 3201-451
AUTOEDGE AL6017A
Baldwin B1400
Baldwin B7285
CARQUEST 85358
CARQUEST 85365
ChampLab PH2876
ChampLab PH7015
ChampLab PH7028
DENSO 115010-5390
Donaldson P502067
EMGO 10-26920
EMGO 10-82230
EMGO 10-82251
Fleetguard LF3925
Fram PH6017A
HASTINGS B7285
HASTINGS LF113
HIFLO HF198
HIFLO HF204
HIFLO HF303
K & N KN-198
K & N KN-204
K & N KN-303
K & N KN-303C
KAWASAKI 16097-0002
KAWASAKI 16097-0003
KAWASAKI 16097-0004
KAWASAKI 16097-1058
KAWASAKI 16097-1061
KAWASAKI 16097-1063
KAWASAKI 16097-1064
KAWASAKI 16097-1066
KAWASAKI 16097-1067
KAWASAKI 16097-1068
KAWASAKI 16097-1070
KAWASAKI 16097-1072
LUBER-FINER PH2876
LUBER-FINER PH7015
LUBER-FINER PH7028
MELROE 6671057
MERCRUISER 35-822626
MERCRUISER 35-822626Q04
MERCRUISER 35-822626Q1
MERCRUISER Q03
MERCURY 35-8222626Q03
MERCURY G590000-G760299
MERCURY G760300-1B226999
MERCURY P086824-P325499
NAPA 1358
NAPA 1365
NAPA PS1358
Parts Master 61358
POLARIS 2520799
POLARIS 2540086
POLARIS 3084963
POLARIS 3089996
Purolator PL14612
ROBIN 2576730111
SIERRA 18-7902
SIERRA 18-7909
SIERRA 18-7910
SIERRA 18-7911
SIERRA 18-7911-1
SIERRA 18-7913
SILVERLINE 21358
STP PH7028
TOHATSU (Marine) 3R0076150M
TRIUMPH MOTORCYCLE T1210200
TRIUMPH MOTORCYCLE T1210444
WARNER PH7015
WESTERBEKE 30220
Wix 51358
Wix 51365
 
K&N 198 doesn't work and should be taken off the list.  I bought it and the threads bottom out before the gasket seals.  it's super close but i couldn't get it to stop dripping even after i tightened with a wrench.
 

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Fram filters have had quality problems for decades. I can't say I'm surprised to read yet another horror story.
 
Thanks for the list! I'm glad to see that Yamaha has stuck with this industry standard size. Interestingly, the longer version of this filter is also used on many cars (Mazdas, Mitsubishis, probably others).

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Does anyone have a sub-list of the filters that come in black, so that they disappear against the engine?

2015 red FJ-09: Cal Sci screen, Sargent seat, ECU flash, slider combo, cruise, Rizoma bars, Matts forks, JRi shock

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Wix 51358
Wix 51365
I forget which but I purchased it at my local O'reilys and it was black

2016 R1
2015 FJ-09-------SOLD
2002 Wr250F
2014 Concours

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Yamaha filter is black, $13 online, and readily available at your local Yamaha dealer.

2015 FJ-09, 2016 1290 Super Duke, 2017 150 XC-W (primary ride), 2012 DR650

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K&N filters have a 17mm nut welded on the end so it makes for extremely easy removal. Also note that there are two K&N part numbers on the list, the 303 is just a bit longer than the 204, and the 303-c is chrome. And Amazon will almost always have the best price!

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