Careful with those cheap filters> I won't use any Fram filters (google filter comparisons) and recently bought a Quaker State equivalent. I compared it to OEM and will be returning it for a refund. The OEM is a very well made filter and the construction difference is obvious. If you want to save some $$ and you change oil frequently, consider re-using the OEM filter. I usually change oil (non-synthetic) at 3000- 5000 km depending on the type of riding I do (lots of short trips vs longer hauls) and I keep the OEM filter for the second change. 44000 km and never uses oil between changes, still running like new.