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GETTING READY TO CHANGE THE OIL AND PERFORM MY 600 MILE SERVICE.  DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT THE SUZUKI MODEL NUMBER OR PART NUMBER IS FOR THE M109? THANKS.


THANK YOU GUYS FOR ALL THE INPUT. I HAVE LEARNED A LOT.
 

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Same filter as most Suzuki. Nu. 16510-03G00
You're in for a surprise if you're going to do your own change. The filter locatrion makes it almost impossible to get at without a cap wrench. I removed my first one with a belt and a vise grips but it was a pita.
Since then I've bought a cap wrench for it. Oneida has fair prices.

http://www.oneidasuzuki.com/store/product.php?productid=16350&cat=561&page=1
 

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I used a purolator ML16818 and a strap wrench....went great.....someone please fill me in if this filter does not cut it....I was just not prepared to cut a check for $170.00 to the dealer.
 

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The K&N is a pretty fair filter, especially for the cost

The New AMSOIL EaOM 109 has an Absolute Efficiency rating of 15 Micron, though a little pricey at $12.00 for the black and $13.25 for Chrome, but, they are unbeatable in performance.
 

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From what I've seen on the 109, that nut may not be of concern, it looks like a good quality strap wrench is the ticket.
 
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