I advise against that. look up fort9 on youtube. He did a scientific oil filter test and those stainless filters made the bottom of the list. They don't trap at a small enough micron level. They were intended for race bikes where that little bit of flow resistance meant HP loss. They weren't worried about trapping everything because the oil only stayed in the bike for 1 race and was drained. For a dual purpose bike I would never consider it. Besides, paper filters are dirt cheapSpeaking of oil filters , has any one used the metal screen reusable filter from ProCycle??Good idea or stay away?