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Old 12-30-2012, 12:23 PM
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Frame mounted Amsoil by-pass oil filter

Anyone have information on this set up? How well it works, what materials or additional materials are required, where to buy them? Pictures would be GREAT!

Is there a thread on how to make these work with the BPD oil cooler? I would like to make provisions for that installation should I ever need another oil cooler.

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Yes you can make them work with the BPD Remote Oil Cooler, however I would just OPT for the BPD bypass oil filter kit. I am working closely with Ken from BPD to try to retrofit the BPD bypass kit to be able to use a Amsoil EaBP100 series bypass filter with their kit. I don't know much about the Amsoil bypass kit other than you can make it work with the BPD oil cooler kit and it is WAY more expensive when it's al said and done than the BPD bypass kit, BUT it does use the BEST bypass filter on the market. This is the reason I am trying to retrofit the BPD bypass kit to run that filter.
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Yes you can make them work with the BPD Remote Oil Cooler, however I would just OPT for the BPD bypass oil filter kit. I am working closely with Ken from BPD to try to retrofit the BPD bypass kit to be able to use a Amsoil EaBP100 series bypass filter with their kit. I don't know much about the Amsoil bypass kit other than you can make it work with the BPD oil cooler kit and it is WAY more expensive when it's al said and done than the BPD bypass kit, BUT it does use the BEST bypass filter on the market. This is the reason I am trying to retrofit the BPD bypass kit to run that filter.
My situation is that I have an OEM replacement oil cooler that is less than a year old. I just didn't have the shucks for the BPD. So I'm looking for a frame mounted by-pass solution that I can adapt to a BPD oil cooler should I have another OC failure. Does BPD sell a by-pass kit that can be installed like the Amsoil unit? I found one on the BPD site but I can't tell if you can frame mount it and if it can be used without their oil cooler. If not, then I guess I need a frame mounted solution that I may have to change out in the future.

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O.K. After some research on BPD site I found the by-pass system, instructions AND PICS! It's all there!

Thanks!

Now we just need Tuscany to keep us up to speed on what happens with the Amsoil filter. The only other thing I can think of is that if you go from stock to the BPD oil cooler, will mods and additional materials be needed?

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Ya thanks alot Tuscany! I was all set to buy the BPD filter now you guys gonna go church it up....now I gotta wait and get the new improved kick azz version!!!
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Yes BPD sells a complete stand alone bypass oil filter kit. If you already have their oil cooler than you don't need to get the billet oil filter cap and long oil supply hose, you only need the basic bypass which is one long oil return line, filter plate, fittings, oil fill tube and billet cap with 90* swivel, filter, rock guard and mounting bracket with hardware. There are two options when purchasing one for if you own a BPD oil cooler and one for if you don't.

I did make some progress today on retrofitting the BPD kit to run the amsoil EaBP100
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O.k. we get the picture! Wanna share what exactly that is? I know it's an adapter, but did you make it? Buy it? What are the sizes?




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