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Yep, I know that lingo.....that right there, folks, is the formal Hillbilly expression for naked boating. Y’all need to shield the eyes of the women and children....’ol se7en likes to cruise around in his boat with his flagpole flappin’ in the breeze.

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I thought he had gone to a Trappist Monastery for some quiet reflection.
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Anyway, I had quite a lot of metal on the drain plug magnet, more so than I remember seeing on previous oil changes, which is what they're referring to in the first sentence.
Ducati did my break in service. I did the 1st year and now the second year oil changes. Like you both had a bunch of metal on the magnet. I have a friend who is a mechanical engineer and works at a major jet engine manufacturer. He said the shavings look like they are left overs from manufacturing...
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Based on the oil results from some contributing members, I see there was no test for silica (dirt) in the oil.
It will be handy to compare the OEM filter with a Sprint or k&N filter.
Or is my compound knowledge lacking and its titled as something else.
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Based on the oil results from some contributing members, I see there was no test for silica (dirt) in the oil.
It will be handy to compare the OEM filter with a Sprint or k&N filter.
Or is my compound knowledge lacking and its titled as something else.

After using an aftermarket oiled filter on my car and finding fine dust coating the turbo inlet and intake pipe I've decided against using anything other than stock filters on my vehicles.
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