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    oil filter

    Is there any advantage in using a 2 quart oil filter instead of a 1 quart oil filter.Thanks

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    More filter area is always better. Buy Wix or Wix racing.
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    2 qt you can go longer between oil and filter changes.

    Best thing going is the PurePower Filter System.

    www.gopurepower.com

    I am WD.

    More flow, better filteration, machined check ball and spring bypass will not open unless filter element is clogged but will open if filter gets stopped up with debris. Every piece is machined for raw billet and is easily checked for inspection. Has vertical magnets in filter element to trap ferious materials. Re-usable infinetly. 1,000 pis burst strength.

    Costs lots more money than throwaway paper filters.

    Ed

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    Posted: Wed Jun 04, 2008 9:56 pm Post subject:

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    2 qt you can go longer between oil and filter changes.

    Best thing going is the PurePower Filter System.

    www.gopurepower.com

    I am WD.

    More flow, better filteration, machined check ball and spring bypass will not open unless filter element is clogged but will open if filter gets stopped up with debris. Every piece is machined for raw billet and is easily checked for inspection. Has vertical magnets in filter element to trap ferious materials. Re-usable infinetly. 1,000 pis burst strength.

    Costs lots more money than throwaway paper filters.


    I read your post above- do you know of this sytle of filter that will work on a remote system with the smaller diameter (PH8 style) filters? do you use a remote? Thanks, I'm not real knowledgable on oil filters... I use K&N


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