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    Part numbers for a genuine Honda oil & filter change

    This is not a how to article.

    It is a listing of current (2014) part numbers for a genuine Honda oil & filter change on the ST 1300.

    Oil weight is 10W-40. WITHOUT MOLY!! API SG or higher. (API= American Petroleum Institute) API ratings alone are not the best choice these days for selecting your oil.

    Honda uses the JASO (Japanese Automotive Standards Organization) ratings that are much more strict than the API ratings we used to use for selecting an oil.

    Honda recommends JASO 4T (4T means four stroke) service classification MA. (MA= engine & gearbox in one unit. Fluid is non-friction modified "no moly")

    The Honda service manual lists two oils that can be used in the ST1300 if using genuine Honda oil.

    GN4 ( Basic petroleum stock, no moly) PN# 08C35-A141M01 (1 Quart) Been used & recommended from Honda since 1975.

    HP4 ( Synthetic blend) PN# 08C35-A14WOM (1 Quart) Notice the "WOM at the end. That means without moly.


    Here are a couple pictures of 1 Quart oil bottles. The one one the left is an older bottle from Honda. The one on the right is a new bottle (2014) from Honda. Little bit deceiving if you have some older bottles since the new bottle does not say "without moly" on the front

    Notice the new bottle on the right does not have the words "without moly" on the front. It is the correct HP4 oil without moly The part number is the clue. 08C35-A14WOM (WOM means With Out Moly)



    Here is the back of the two bottles. New (2014) bottle is on the right.



    Now, we are going to get to genuine Honda oil filters. If you go to all the on-line parts stores, they will list about 2-3 genuine oil filters for the ST1300.

    This has been and, is the latest part number for the genuine Honda oil filter for the ST1300. PN# 15410-MFJ-D01



    Drain plug washer is PN# 94109-14000


    If you really want everything, here is the oil filter wrench. Honda PN # 07AAA-PLCA100 (65 mm wrench)




    Closing-

    Genuine Honda parts for a genuine Honda oil & filter change, 2014.

    Oil, HP4 synthetic blend. PN# 08C35-A14WOM You need 4 Quarts.
    Filter. PN# 15410-MFJ-D01
    Drain washer. PN# 94109-14000

    Oil filter wrench. PN# 07AAA-PLCA100

    This post is for Honda part numbers only for those that like to shop the web for their OEM parts.
    Last edited by MileHigh; 07-03-2014 at 11:57 AM. Reason: Couple of fixes so not to turn into an oil thread.
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    Re: Part numbers for a genuine Honda oil & filter change

    I don't know what you mean "The API ratings have gone the way of the dinosaur since the 1980's". The API still sets standards for oil to meet and while Europe and Japan may have similar standards they do not conflict. 10w40 meets API standards for allowable amounts of ingredients and for viscosity - 10w40 is an API standard as is 0w20 and all the other viscosity descriptions for gas and diesel engines. Current API formulation is SN.

    http://www.api.org/certification-pro...GLISH_2013.pdf

    Honda changed the primary recommendation for the ST1300 in 2006 to 10w30.

    I still use 10w40 in my 2005. The manual and SM for my model year list several acceptable viscosity oils.


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    Re: Part numbers for a genuine Honda oil & filter change

    That reminds me, I just turned 55K on the '04 today, so it's oil changing time....this weekend sometime...

    K&N 204 oil filter and Chevron 400LE.
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    Re: Part numbers for a genuine Honda oil & filter change

    Good news, thanks.

    One problem. When I picked up my new bike and asked for the parts needed to do the first oil change myself to stay under warranty I was told I needed to buy 5 quarts of oil since the ST1300 holds 4.1 qts per Honda. HAHA

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    Re: Part numbers for a genuine Honda oil & filter change

    Quote Originally Posted by MileHigh View Post
    API ratings have gone the way of the dinosaur since the 1980's
    Interesting.... I guess you mean that the API rating for motorcycles has gone away. Because they are still highly regarded and used for standard internal combustion engines. S designated oils for spark type and C for compression ignition.

    SN came out in 2010... seems like a little non-dinosaurish compared to mullets and parachute pants.
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    Re: Part numbers for a genuine Honda oil & filter change

    Quote Originally Posted by T_C View Post
    Interesting.... I guess you mean that the API rating for motorcycles has gone away. Because they are still highly regarded and used for standard internal combustion engines. S designated oils for spark type and C for compression ignition.

    SN came out in 2010... seems like a little non-dinosaurish compared to mullets and parachute pants.
    A better choice of words would be "If you are just using the API rating to select your oil, its not the best choice any more"

    In days gone by, a person would select the correct weight and, the highest API rating they could purchase. That is not the case anymore and not the best way to select the correct oil for any vehicle.



    These days, more & more, the vehicle manufacturer is setting the specifications and the oil companies have to meet those standards.



    JASO, ILSAC, ACEA & ASTM are what a person should pay attention to these days. Motorcycle or cage.

    I'll see if I can edit my post. It was more to provide the correct Honda part numbers for people that want to shop the web for their parts and what part number to get.

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    Re: Part numbers for a genuine Honda oil & filter change

    Very good overview Mark.
    Quote Originally Posted by MileHigh View Post
    ...Filter. PN# 15410-MFJ-D01...
    Is that PN only for the black filter? I'd rather have blue.
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    Re: Part numbers for a genuine Honda oil & filter change

    Quote Originally Posted by BakerBoy View Post
    Very good overview Mark.

    Is that PN only for the black filter? I'd rather have blue.
    It would simply slow down your oil change!
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    Re: Part numbers for a genuine Honda oil & filter change

    Quote Originally Posted by BakerBoy View Post
    Very good overview Mark.

    Is that PN only for the black filter? I'd rather have blue.
    Oh no not a slow filter??
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    Re: Part numbers for a genuine Honda oil & filter change

    Quote Originally Posted by fnmag View Post
    It would simply slow down your oil change!

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    Do you know how to make a blue one as fast as a black one?
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    Remove a spark plug from the blue one.

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