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NOTE: This engine is the exact same as the MT-07, the CP-2. Below is a proven list of compatible oil filters that will fit the Tenere 700 . We will update this as things change. 

 I no longer recommend the K&N filters. They used to be made by Hiflofiltro but changed suppliers and now they are failing and leaking oil. Multiple reports of this still occurring with K&N.

 

Hiflofiltro still makes their own filters and they are among the best for the money. This one has the 17mm nut on the end to make removing really easy with a 17mm wrench or socket.  HIFLOWFILTRO H204 RC Black Oil Filter
 
YAMAHA Genuine Oil Filter for the T7 is Part Number is  5GH-13440-60-00 get it here cheaper than dealer

 

You will also need M-14 Crush Washer for oil drain bolt. Here is a ten pack


 
The following are also reported by FZ07/Tenere 700 owners as being 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 ML16817
Purolator ML16819

Purolator PBL14612

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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TimeMachine

Hey that's cool. It takes the same filters as my MT09. I use the HiFlo HF204RC with the hex head on the end, and get them from here in packs of 8 or 10 to reduce the price per unit. 

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/HIFLOFILTRO-filtro-dellolio-HIFLOFILTRO-HF204RC-YAMAHA-FZ1-2006-2012/291946233073?hash=item43f959fcf1:g:wHoAAOSwcUBYLnTE:rk:1:pf:0

I have 30000klms on my MT09 and changing every 5000 with a few extras in the first few thousand, have gone through 9 or 10 filters already and onto my next bulk order.

It is so easy to change the oil and filter on these bikes.

 

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prwatts

HI there, I assume this engine is not dry sump?  The old XTZ750 was, so changing the oil was a bit more fiddly... you had to bleed the air out.   

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TimeMachine
4 hours ago, prwatts said:

HI there, I assume this engine is not dry sump?  The old XTZ750 was, so changing the oil was a bit more fiddly... you had to bleed the air out.   

The T700 is not a dry sump, but may be a little more fiddly than the MT07 if the bash plate needs to be removed. 

The 690 KTM and 701 Husky are annoying with two small oil filters to replace and an oil screen. The KTM 790 has an oil screen under the sump plug and takes a strange elongated internal filter (same as other big KTMs at least), which would be much more difficult to get to and replace with all the body work in the way, and harder to find a replacement in remote areas (not to mention the cost of replacement at $28.50 AUD each). 

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prwatts

Thanks.  Interesting.  KTM are usually quite careful about Maintainability.

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norcal616

The KN-204 filter is crossed off...thats a good call... 

These same filters also work on the CP3 motors if any of you own a bike with one, saves us money buying one filter size for multiple bikes 😁


2012-WR250F...2015-FZ-07(Hordpower edition 80whp)...2015- FJ-09 Graves Exhaust Woolich Tune/Kit 120whp

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Simmons1

Thanks for the list.  I use the same filter on my Wing, St1300, S10, and AT, so I am well stocked with filters for the T7.

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urS6
On 5/26/2020 at 10:21 AM, Cruizin said:

Edited list with updated info and links to best found price. 

Filter part number has changed to a -61. 
-audifan

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Adrenolin

Just ordered a few Yamaha Oil Filter 5GH-13440-61-00 for my initial changes. Thanks. 

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Cruizin
On 5/28/2020 at 11:49 PM, urS6 said:

Filter part number has changed to a -61. 
-audifan

Same filter, just different part number. Most dealers and retailers have a ton of the -60's left. Same exact filter. 

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Tommy2
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This is a very common motorcycle oil filter, AT, CB500X, and on and on. I've been getting mine from Wally World, the SuperTech ST6607 (made by Champion) less than $2.

 

In fact here is a good link for cross reference 

 

 

 

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Cruizin
8 minutes ago, Tommy2 said:

This is a very common motorcycle oil filter, AT, CB500X, VStrom and on and on. I've been getting mine from Wally World, the SuperTech ST6607 (made by Champion) less than $2.

 

In fact here is a good link for cross reference 

 

 

 

Yeah I've tried to get the SuperTech ST6607 at Walmart for a few years but the Walmart's near me never have any and they are not available for order or pickup either.  Don't know why . 

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Cruizin
17 minutes ago, Tommy2 said:

This is a very common motorcycle oil filter, AT, CB500X, VStrom and on and on. I've been getting mine from Wally World, the SuperTech ST6607 (made by Champion) less than $2.

 

In fact here is a good link for cross reference 

 

 

 

On second thought, the guys at Bob the oil guy cut one open and don't like the ST6607 


Howdy~This is an aftermarket oil filter for many late-model Subaru engines and various other vehicles. I compared it to a cross-referenced FRAM PH9715 that has the same filter element as the Subaru OEM filter. It had a bad case of uneven pleats and excessive glue.

 

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Tommy2
14 minutes ago, Cruizin said:

On second thought, the guys at Bob the oil guy cut one open and don't like the ST6607 


Howdy~This is an aftermarket oil filter for many late-model Subaru engines and various other vehicles. I compared it to a cross-referenced FRAM PH9715 that has the same filter element as the Subaru OEM filter. It had a bad case of uneven pleats and excessive glue.

 

I made the mistake of crawling into the octagon, LOL. Filters, oil, and tires.

I've been using them for years with no issues, but then again I rarely run my oil more than 2500mi just old habit going back to my dirt bike daze, even then it was a lot less miles. Bike trannys are hard on oil.

Oil is cheep insurance

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Simmons1

The thread referenced looks like it's from 2010 the data may or may not be valid today.

 

I have been using cheap oil filters and Rotella including the Super Techs for a long time with out an engine failure. My ST1300 currently has 125K, my Wing has 62K, S10 has 51K, and AT 18K miles.  After break in I do 5K mile oil change intervals.  YMMV

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urS6
On 5/31/2020 at 11:02 AM, Cruizin said:

Same filter, just different part number. Most dealers and retailers have a ton of the -60's left. Same exact filter. 

Yes I know - wanted to make sure that YOU were aware.

-Audifan

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