High quality, compact size, universal oil filter.
- Perfect for 1970 and earlier Triumph 650 models (can mount behind rear footpet on the inside of the swing arm)
- Universal fitment. Will work on any 4-stroke motorcycle with a remote oil tank.
- Great for Japanese 650 and 750 parallel twins (Yamaha, Kawasaki)
- For Triumph oil-in-frame models see MAP6500
- Compact size can be mounted anywhere on bike in any orientation
- Inexpensive replacement filter
- Can be used with or as an adjunct to aftermarket oil coolers
- Powder coated for long lasting durability
- Straight barb fitting (inlet) on bottom of filter (opposite the cap)
- 90-degree outlet barb fitting pointing toward the cap
- Attractive aluminum billet screw on cap with o-ring for easy filter replacement
- 10 lb. pressure differential by-pass as a safety measure
- Filter element, mounting clamp, oil line, and instructions included
- Includes 2, 12" pieces of clear, nylon 5/16" oil line, but can be replaced with any oil-resistant oil line
- 1-3/8" diameter body
- 7-1/2" long
- Nipples are designed to fit 5/16 oil-resistant tubing
- Uses Trident, Rocket 3 repalcement filter 70-6571/E
SKU MAP6510 Manufacture MAP Cycle Color Black
- Additional Information
SKU MAP6510 Manufacture MAP Cycle Color Black
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- Fitment Information
- Triumph Bonneville 650 Competition T120C 1963 - 1965
- Triumph Bonneville 650 Police 1966
- Triumph Bonneville 650 T120 1959 - 1960
- Triumph Bonneville 650 T120R 1961 - 1970
- Triumph Bonneville 650 TT Special T120 1964 - 1967
- Triumph Bonneville 650 Thruxton T120 1965
- Triumph Bonneville 750 T120RT 1970
- Triumph Grand Prix GP500 1948 - 1950
- Triumph Speed Twin 500 5T 1938 - 1958
- Triumph TRW Twin 500 1950 - 1965
- Triumph TRW Twin 500 Prototype 1946
- Triumph Thunderbird 650 6T 1950 - 1966
- Triumph Tiger 500 T100 1939 - 1959
- Triumph Tiger 500 T100A 1960 - 1961
- Triumph Tiger 500 T100S 1967 - 1970
- Triumph Tiger 500 T100SC 1963 - 1965
- Triumph Tiger 500 T100SR 1963 - 1965
- Triumph Tiger 500 T100SS 1962
- Triumph Tiger 500 T90 1936 - 1938
- Triumph Tiger 650 T110 1954 - 1961
- Triumph Tiger Daytona 500 T100R 1966
- Triumph Tiger Daytona 500 T100T 1967 - 1970
- Triumph Trophy 500 T100C 1966 - 1970
- Triumph Trophy 500 TR5 1949 - 1958
- Triumph Trophy 650 TR6 1956 - 1969
- BSA A50 Cyclone 1965
- BSA A50 Cyclone Clubman 1965
- BSA A50 Cyclone Competition 1964 - 1965
- BSA A50 Cyclone Road 1965
- BSA A50 Royal Star 1966 - 1970
- BSA A50 Star 1962 - 1965
- BSA A50 Wasp 1966 - 1967
- BSA A65 Firebird 1969
- BSA A65 Firebird Scrambler 1968 - 1970
- BSA A65 Hornet 1966 - 1968
- BSA A65 Lightning 1965 - 1970
- BSA A65 Lightning Clubman 1965
- BSA A65 Lightning Rocket 1964 - 1965
- BSA A65 Rocket 1964 - 1965
- BSA A65 Spitfire 1966 - 1968
- BSA A65 Spitfire Hornet 1965
- BSA A65 Star 1962 - 1965
- BSA A65 Thunderbolt 1966 - 1970
- BSA A65 Thunderbolt Rocket 1964
- Product Question
Product QuestionsI purchased one of these for my BSA A10. The instructions are for a Triumph installation and say to mount it horizontally on the swingarm. Will it affect operation if its mounted vertically instead?Hello from England
I have had your oil filter kit on my 1967 Triumph 650 for a long time and it is great. I recall in the instructions that it said to change the oil every 1000 miles. I have been changing the filter in the kit each time, too. Is this correct or does the filter last longer? I think the elements I have are made by Emgo.
Thanks very much
DaveQuestion by: david jones on Jun 8, 2017 8:14:00 AMYou've been doing the right thing. Triumph twins have an inefficient oil pump and top-end oiling system, plus no stock engine oil filter to speak of. That's why it's a good idea to add our aftermarket oil filter and to change the filter element every time you change the oil. Yes, today's oils (especially the synthetics) do a much better job than they did when your bike was manufactured, but the problem is not with the oil as much as the engine's oiling system. Adding our filter system (like you did) really helps and we find frequent replacement of the filter element is cheap insurance against the one thing that can quickly kill a vintage motorcycle engine - dirty oil.
The EMGO filter elements we sell for our filter kit are well made and very reasonably priced. I'd buy a couple years worth just to keep them on hand. I have this same filter on my vintage Triumph and always change the element with the oil. It's much cheaper in the long run than rebuilding the crankshaft.
Here is a link to the EMGO filters on our website:
Answer by: rick c (Admin) on Jun 8, 2017 9:36:00 AMIs it possible to use this on a 1968 Norton Atlas? What is the exact size of the filter and the hose?
Question by: Jean-Paul Amar on Apr 29, 2019 10:03:00 AMOur MAP6510 universal oil filer will work on any 4-stroke motorcycle using a remote oil tank. So yes, it will work on your Atlas. We have a number of customers using this filter on Atlas and Commando models. The filter is 7.5 inches long and has a 1-3/8 outside diameter. These specs are available in the listing.
Two, 12" pieces of clear, 5/16 tubing is included with the kit, but you can replace this with any oil resistant tubing of your choice.
The filter can be mounted in any orientation on the bike and instructions are included.Answer by: rick c (Admin) on Apr 29, 2019 1:04:00 PMI just purchased a bike with this filter not plumbed yet.
Is it OK to mount this filter with the cap toward the top and the lines coming up to the filter from the bottom?
Does the side spigot to to the oil tank?
Thanks.I just bought one of these from you and i have a question about the oil feed line in. The oil feed to my rockers on my Triumph 1966 t100 actually comes from inside the oil tank at a t-piece...one side sends oil to the rockers and the other is i believe the feed to the self lubricating chain. The oil return where it spits back into the tank is actually on the t-piece below the rocker feed on the metal pipe within the tank so i cannot install it just prior to the rocker feed as per the instructions. Can i install it on the return line from the engine that goes to the oil tank BEFORE it feeds to the rockers? This is the only way i can see this actually fitting.Question by: brigham on Jan 23, 2017 4:24:00 AMBrigham,
The return line needs to go on the same line as the one that feeds the rockers. It’s just a way to identify the line as there has been some confusion even in normal rebuilds with folks not thinking and getting the lines crossed. Not a good idea!
Some folks choose to use an auxiliary “T” fitting prior to the filter (between the engine and filter) so as to offer a bit more oil to the rockers (than blocking the original line). As you may or may not know there is not much oil going up to the valve train with the stock tank set up.
Most block the chain oiler as it is very messy and engine oil does not make for good chain lube regardless. Use an appropriate chain oil designated lube.
Answer by: rick c (Admin) on Jan 23, 2017 4:07:00 PM
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