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    bbchevy oil filter?

    Hello to all , I am currently using a hp-4 frame on a 540 bbc. What would be a better filter to run on a street and strip engine like this one/ currently running ams oil 20- 50 full synthetic / w frams hp-4 , Did some homework asm oil said to use there eoa fiter for street driveand wix racing for track , is there one filter i can use or am i stuck
    :?:

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    NO FRAM LOVERS on this site that I know of. Use WIX or NAPA filters.

    TS1955

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    bbchevy

    Wix 51061R or Moroso 22460 are all I have used on Chevys for racing. I don't know why they would not be just as good for street use.
    These are both the longer of the 2 standard sizes.

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE TheRabbit's Avatar
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    Re: bbchevy oil filter?

    Quote Originally Posted by mtalp
    Hello to all , I am currently using a hp-4 frame on a 540 bbc. What would be a better filter to run on a street and strip engine like this one/ currently running ams oil 20- 50 full synthetic / w frams hp-4 , Did some homework asm oil said to use there eoa fiter for street driveand wix racing for track , is there one filter i can use or am i stuck
    :?:
    STOP, DO NOT PASS GO, Get the Fram off asap. I also run a wix racing filter. Street filter I'm not sure, but some of the other guys can give more info on that.
    I'm just here to say "Friends don't friends drive with Frams"

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    Wix/NAPA
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    WEW.....ANOTHER ENGINE SAVED FROM THE ORANGE CANISTER OF ENGINE DEATH!! :wink:

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    Wix or NAPA gold are great. Also if you want a little more HP switch to AMSOIL 10w-30 Racing oil

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    NO FRAM NO NO NO

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    No No get rid of that fram :!: :!:










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    Wix or K&N is what i use.


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