You probably don't have a problem with over tightening your filter. If you were to have a problem it would, most likely, be obvious pretty quickly.
When I read the instructions in the manual concerning the two full turns when tightening the oil filter, I thought I had misread it. Nope, that is what is in the manual.
Most filter instructions say to hand tighten until the gasket makes contact and then an additional 1/4 to 1/2 turn. Out of all the bikes and cars that I've owned not one required two full turns after gasket contact.
I was so concerned with the instruction that, even though I had a Suzuki OEM filter, I purchased a CarQuest branded filter and installed it [1/4 to 1/2 turn after gasket contact]. No leaks, no problems.
I've read on this forum that it is only the Suzuki OEM filter that requires the two full turns. I'll continue to use aftermarket filters.
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