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Can someone tell me what this is?Pics attatched!

This is after 1500kms of driving with my 2nd coolant filter with the sinister coolant filter system!!is this actual sand?where is it coming from?I flushed with distilled water and restore and restore plus....and added delo cat ec1 elc coolant!!Just no idea where this stuff is coming from!
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2006 CC XL Sport
6" Procomp lift
37" Kumho road venture MTKL 71's on 17" procomp 6001 series
4" MBRP stainless turbo back cat delete
Banks ram air intake and zoodad mod
Bulletproof EGR cooler
New OEM oil cooler
Rebuilt turbo
Sinister coolant filtration system
Dual steering stabilizer Skyjacker
skyjacker shocks all around
Edge insight CTS
6" in dash dvd
Delo CAT-EC1 coolant
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What kind of filter are you using? What's the brand and part number? Make sure that your not using a charged coolant filter!!!
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Its a fram,non charged forsure!!

2006 CC XL Sport
6" Procomp lift
37" Kumho road venture MTKL 71's on 17" procomp 6001 series
4" MBRP stainless turbo back cat delete
Banks ram air intake and zoodad mod
Bulletproof EGR cooler
New OEM oil cooler
Rebuilt turbo
Sinister coolant filtration system
Dual steering stabilizer Skyjacker
skyjacker shocks all around
Edge insight CTS
6" in dash dvd
Delo CAT-EC1 coolant
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Oh,part# PR3383!Its the proper filter,just curious as to what that stuff is its catching!

2006 CC XL Sport
6" Procomp lift
37" Kumho road venture MTKL 71's on 17" procomp 6001 series
4" MBRP stainless turbo back cat delete
Banks ram air intake and zoodad mod
Bulletproof EGR cooler
New OEM oil cooler
Rebuilt turbo
Sinister coolant filtration system
Dual steering stabilizer Skyjacker
skyjacker shocks all around
Edge insight CTS
6" in dash dvd
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motocraft filters
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Yes, it's casting sand and a little silicate goo from the old ford gold. Now your glad you have a filter, right.
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Seeing those pics only scares me enough to want to get a coolant filtration system for my ride ASAP!!! Tommy, just be glad that THAT is material that is being filtered out of your cooling system. I find that it doesn't matter how well, or how hard you try to flush your cooling system out, you will never be able to clean everything 100%. This is why it's not uncommon to need to replace two or three of those filters out within a short period of time, after an engine has "been into" if I'm reading everything correctly.

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Ya I guess its a good thing that its not runnin thru the system!Just surprised to see that sand!I've been changing the filter every 500-750kms!Hopefully a couple more changes and this stuff starts to disappear!

2006 CC XL Sport
6" Procomp lift
37" Kumho road venture MTKL 71's on 17" procomp 6001 series
4" MBRP stainless turbo back cat delete
Banks ram air intake and zoodad mod
Bulletproof EGR cooler
New OEM oil cooler
Rebuilt turbo
Sinister coolant filtration system
Dual steering stabilizer Skyjacker
skyjacker shocks all around
Edge insight CTS
6" in dash dvd
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motocraft filters
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I've been changing the filter every 500-750kms!Hopefully a couple more changes and this stuff starts to disappear!
That's usually what happens after about the third coolant filter change from what I've heard by other fellow members.

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Its scary to think that stuff is running through my new oil cooler........you should def consider getting one of these filters m-chan,$130 on ebay.....great investment forsure!

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6" Procomp lift
37" Kumho road venture MTKL 71's on 17" procomp 6001 series
4" MBRP stainless turbo back cat delete
Banks ram air intake and zoodad mod
Bulletproof EGR cooler
New OEM oil cooler
Rebuilt turbo
Sinister coolant filtration system
Dual steering stabilizer Skyjacker
skyjacker shocks all around
Edge insight CTS
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