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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-06-2001, 08:16 PM Thread Starter
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Promised pics - by-pass filter setup

Here's the by-pass filter setup (dual remote). It was difficult to get a really good pic as the heat shield I made obscures most of it.....

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Re: Promised pics - by-pass filter setup

Here's the hose arrangement where the stock filter was........

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Re: Promised pics - by-pass filter setup

Call me stupid but...what the heck is a bypass?? is it a good performance gain??!!

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Re: Promised pics - by-pass filter setup

A by-pass filter filters at a slower rate than the full flow (stock) filter and uses a finer filtering media. This one filters down to less than .1 of a micron and will filter the entire oil capacity of the motor in about 5 minutes at a speed of app. 40 mph....



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sounds cool..was it pricy??

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lookin good crow
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Re: Promised pics - by-pass filter setup

Thanks for posting the pics. I checked out the Amsoil link from your previous post -- did the kit come with the hoses with the high press. fittings? The pic on the Amsoil web site is too small to tell. Also, is your heat shield homemade?

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Crow can you tell me the setup of the adapter on your wheelwell. Does it have two holes the same size or is one smaller?
Does it have one reguler filter and one deep filter?
Other than the holes it looks exactly the same as the one I got from JC for $54. Maybe I can convert mine. If not I'll stay with Moble 1 filters which I'm happy with.
Since doing a ring job the oil (Moble 1) looks as clear as when I put it in. Use to be black after 50 miles.
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Re: Promised pics - by-pass filter setup

looks good crowhorse can you tell us how much that was? had a chance to find a box to fit that grill in yet ?

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Re: Promised pics - by-pass filter setup

Zukinator...good question. I believe I purchased the aeroquip fittings separately as the fittings that came with the kit did not allow for such tight bends.
The heat shield is home brew. I went to a speed shop where they install sunroofs and they gave me the metal from the roof that they cut out. I would have preffered aluminum, but I couldn't find any without having to buy it. I used aluminum tape on the side facing the header to be a bit more reflective.

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