DetailsKeep oil sludge and sediments from ruining your valuable vintage motorcycle. Get this high quality oil filter element at a great price! Fits Triumph and BSA triples including T150, T160 Trident, X75 Hurricane and BSA A75 Rocket 3.
SKU 70-6571/E Manufacture EMGO
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SKU 70-6571/E Manufacture EMGO
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- Fitment Information
- BSA A75 Rocket 1968 - 1971
- BSA A75V Rocket 1972
- Triumph Trident 750 5 Speed T150V 1973
- Triumph Trident 750 Electric Start Triple T160V 1975 - 1976
- Triumph Trident 750 T150 1969 - 1970
- Triumph Trident 750 Triple T150V 1974 - 1975
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Product QuestionsI own a 1970 Triumph Bonneville 650. Does your product work on my bike? Where does the oil feed the filter? Does it install on the gravity side of the hose leading to the oil pump, or on the return side coming from the engine back to the tank? It is obvious to me that the best way for the filter to do its job would be to filter the oil as it enters the engine between the oil tank and the oil pump. This way there is no possibility of having contaminated oil to enter the crankcase. Otherwise, if the oil is being filtered as it returns to the oil tank, any sludge, grit or other contamination coming from the tank (gravity feed) to the oil pump will still contaminate the oil as it enters the crankcase.
Having better information on where the filter fits into my bike would tell me how efficient it will work to protect my engine from contamination.
I am just now completing a complete engine rebuild because the person I bought it from (full restored so the advertising read) likely forgot to clean the sand blasting material from the inside of the oil tank which contaminated the whole engine causing overheating and engine failure. You oil filter would not have done anything to prevent the contaminated oil from the oil tank from getting into my crankcase. I have done the best I can to clean the grit out of the oil tank but want an aftermarket oil filter to keep ANY contamination from entering my engine if possible.
Thanks ahead of time.
Please send more information on which hose the filter will install.Question by: Tom Pinkerton on Apr 22, 2018 11:53:00 PMI don't know who did your engine work, but you should never use a bead/sand blaster on any part that comes into contact with engine oil (oil tank, engine cases, pistons, crankshaft, etc.). Yes, we all used to do it, until we found that you can never eliminate all those tiny glass beads. Which, as you sadly know, cause engine failure. I only use soda or water blasting on engine parts now.
We have sold hundreds of our oil filters and never had a complaint. They work extremely well and a good replacement element is inexpensive though MAP. These filters can be mounted anywhere on the bike, although we have recommended mounting sites. They can even be mounted inverted - and believe me, our customers have mounted them in many unusual positions. Because so many Triumphs are not original these days, I will send you an installation PDF for both units - one for the oil-in-frame bikes and one for the earlier models.Answer by: rick c (Admin) on Apr 23, 2018 11:10:00 AM
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