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I recently purchased a 2022 TW200. At 300 miles, I decided to change my oil and filter with Yamalube 10w-40, change my pilot jet to a 34, unscrew the pilot screw 2 3/4 out, lube the chain up, add a sae charging port, check all the nuts & bolts and clean it up a little. I bought 2 oil filters before I realized they are cleanable & reusable, unless damaged. The replacement OEM filter is pleated, and the one in the bike is flat (I've added photos). Bike is running so much better with the larger jet, thanks @Ski Pro 3 for the recommendations. Anyway, here's some photos.
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Good progress. Debris on filters is normal at 300 miles. Fear not, debris loading will rapidly decline as engine flushes out manufacturing and break-in waste.
 

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Keep all of your oil filters. Put a new one in. When you feel like it clean the old one. Now your ready for the next oil change with a clean filter waiting. I keep my cleaned oil filter in a zip sandwich back in the oil filter box so I know its good to go.
 

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Keep all of your oil filters. Put a new one in. When you feel like it clean the old one. Now your ready for the next oil change with a clean filter waiting. I keep my cleaned oil filter in a zip sandwich back in the oil filter box so I know its good to go.
That is some good advice! I bought a new one to do my first oil change as well and then realized they are reusable. But I like this idea! Thank you.
 
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