Know When Your Bike Needs a New Oil Filter
Keeping your bike on the road means knowing when certain components should be replaced. One of the most important Honda Hawk GT engine parts that requires occasional replacement is the oil filter.
Signs of a Dirty Oil Filter
Your engine is quite literally a well-oiled machine and this is thanks to the engine oil in your motorcycle. To ensure that the oil in your engine is clean and effective, you need a good oil filter to prevent bits of metal and other impurities from getting through and into your engine. Without a good oil filter, your engine is at risk for damage.
One of the first signs of a bad oil filter is that your bike’s performance suffers. It might feel like it takes more effort for your motorcycle to accelerate. If a clog prevents oil from getting into your engine, you might notice metallic noises or your bike may start to sputter. The oil pressure in your bike could drop below normal when your oil filter is dirty. Riders might also notice that the exhaust coming from their bike is noticeably dirty and has a strong and offensive odor.
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