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Building a external oil ffilter and cooler

it's prob been written up a million times will be posting parts list for anyone else who wants to make a kit over the next few weeks but to start


i found billet pre tapped oil filter caps on ebay for 60 bucks

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Are you referring to full flow or a bypass unit??

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Bypass kit.

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if you DIY or piece meal a kit do not forget a flow restriction

or you may overwhelm the bypass and rob oil from the motor

the cooler ? I don't think it will contribute any benefits to an OEM system that if working properly has no issue with oil temps


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Oil restriction hole depends if your going to use a "full flow" filter like the Amsoil EaBP series or a "bypass" filter that has restricter hole built into the filter.


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well I assume you wouldn't pull full flow system from the OEM oil filter and dump it back to a oil fill or drain plug like you would with a like you would with a restricted flow Bypass

otherwise it seems you would seriously compromise the OEM oiling system

also My bypass filter does not have a restrictor it is inline and why I mentioned it

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As for adding a cooler to the bypass oil lines, I've heard of two people doing this. Only one reported a EOT drop, but no evidence was posted to confirm his findings.


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well I assume you wouldn't pull full flow system from the OEM oil filter and dump it back to a oil fill or drain plug like you would with a like you would with a restricted flow Bypass

otherwise it seems you would seriously compromise the OEM oiling system

also My bypass filter does not have a restrictor it is inline and why I mentioned it
Your right, but some people think that using a Amsoil EaBP series filter has a built in restricter hole, it don't. The EaBP series is a full flow bypass filter that you need to make a restricter hole somewhere in the bypass head or lines.


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Mderrickson, what size threads are on the filter head, that you will be using?


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