Geeez, that’s too easy. Ok ...well then, which brand has more filter media/ pleats/ surface area if pulled apart and laid on a table ?
A modest proposal: YOU buy various brands of oil filters, dissect ((destructive testing) them yourself; and . . . you tell us!
Note carefully, oil filter LENGTH. FRAM KLR filters have appeared of different lengths, sometimes interfering with fitment. The lengths measured have varied with country of manufacture, e.g., Korea, Mexico, etc. But, . . . you get FREE O-rings!
Bonus tip: When you change your oil filter, first loosen oil filter cover bolts 1/2-1 turn. Start engine and immediately kill it. Oil pressure will force oil filter cover out from its cavity a short distance, providing a space to grab the part and pull it out when you remove the bolts entirely--no need to jab a flat-blade screwdriver into the intersection and pry out the cover. (This is NOT a rib, a joke encouraging you to spill oil all over the place--the O-ring confines the oil; just don't back out the bolts TOO far!)
All this filter discussion . . . Honda made JILLIONS of small-displacement engines with NO replaceable oil filters, depending upon reasonable oil change intervals to keep 'em running. And . . . my riding partner's approaching 100,00 miles (he lives in south Texas (Sugar Land)) on his '08; has muddled through, somehow, with garden-variety off-the-shelf oil filters, AFAIK
. Don't think the BRAND of filter critical, or maybe the filter itself. I bought a used KLR; discovered the PO had jettisoned the bypass tube. Filter present, but filtering no oil in that configuration. No known consequences, after I restored the appropriate configuration.
Here's a bonus image, Cycleracks kit:
Hope to see an image of your racks. BTW, you did mention bash plate in your previous farkle inventory, right?