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post #1 of 4 Old 12-11-2011, 03:31 AM Thread Starter
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Im looking into buying the amsoil bypass kit for my 6.0. Ive herd ill be able to go longer before needing an oil change, but im more conserned about lengthening injector life. Has anyone used this kit and had less injector problems?
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I guess I'm old school enough that I just can't bring myself to extend the oil change interval. The HPOP really works the oil in these engines. I like the idea of the extra filtration but at the same change interval. Just one guys opinion.

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One REALLY needs an oil analysis to completed on their oil before deciding extend a drain interval. The high pressure oil system on these motors really work the oil and clean/new oil is always needed to ensure long, healthy injector life. JMO.

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