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Old 11-17-2010, 03:25 AM   #1
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Question Royal Purple Oil Filter.... ???

I'm gonna try and track one down and try it out. But before I do I wanted to hear from anyone who's tried one out. ....
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Old 11-17-2010, 12:10 PM   #2
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If its any more expensive than a Delco filter I see no reason to bother. Sorry if thats no help, but its the truth.
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its a oil filter dude.
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Price was relatively the same... but..... the listing didnt match (or fit) my engine... lost faith right there... back to the store it went.
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Like said, I just wanna hear from anyone whos tried one. ...
.. I'm not worried about pricing or interested in people who just want to chime in and say "A filter is a filter"... Thanks!
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Old 11-18-2010, 10:44 PM   #6
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Price was relatively the same... but..... the listing didnt match (or fit) my engine... lost faith right there... back to the store it went.
This is kinda what I needed to know. How was it not fitting? Was the canister too big to fit were it should, doesn't thread... Etc?
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Royal Purple Filters are superior in ppm contamination and flow rate. A must have for anyone who needs to beef up their drive-train for an application like lets say... Armoring your Trans Am for war near the boarder.
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Old 11-19-2010, 02:14 PM   #8
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Royal Purple Filters are superior in ppm contamination and flow rate. A must have for anyone who needs to beef up their drive-train for an application like lets say... Armoring your Trans Am for war near the boarder.
Hahahaha!... I take it, you saw my thread in the "General" section!
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Hahahaha!... I take it, you saw my thread in the "General" section!
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I don't run an oil filter, i simply throw a hanes 100% cotton sock in a latex surgical glove and ziptie it to the oil filter adapter.
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guys let me serious here, its very good oil filter, I try it and I like it. Last time I drove 8 hours to my friends house, and stop by pepboy ( only pepboy carry it atm ). It had synthetic media. If we have pepboy around here I would buy it again or K&N oil filter.
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It is the best off the shelf filter you can buy. However, unless you are changing your oil at 10K+ intervals there is no need to run it. It was designed primarily to last as long as the oil would. A M1 or K&N will still be a high flow filter for a few bucks less
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theres one on mine right now and i didnt have any issues with fitment or matching the part or anything like that, it tucks away just fine. really cant say anything bad about it
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