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Where to buy Amsoil Bypass

Where can I find an amsoil bypass kit for my 06 6.0.
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Where can I find an amsoil bypass kit for my 06 6.0.
Hit up Raul at Stealth Automotive........he's almost got me talked into one for my truck

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Yah i can def get you set up with a full complete kit.... ill PM you the info

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You can go right to the store on AMSOIL - Synthetic Oil, Motor and Engine Oil, Lubricants, Air Filters, Oil Filters and Greases and get a pretty good price...

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OK, what is the idea with this one? Additional oil filtering? Why not just change the oil more often and also get rid of any fuel dilution and other nasties?

There are extreme bypass filter systems for mining equipment here in Australia, but it is like a toilet roll in a cannister... And only there because they keep the machines going way underground for longer times and cannot change the oil...

So Raul, of Stealth Automotive, what is the idea of this? Is my understanding correct or please enlighten me. I have an open mind, but from almost a half century in diesels was thinking oil changes more often is the Key to longevity.. But I will listen to new Technology... After all, my 07 King Ranch CC DRW 4x4 is worth $120,000 here in Oz... What is a few bucks for better filtering, but I just don't get it..

in Australia... Everything else here is rice grinders!
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OK, what is the idea with this one? Additional oil filtering? Why not just change the oil more often and also get rid of any fuel dilution and other nasties?

There are extreme bypass filter systems for mining equipment here in Australia, but it is like a toilet roll in a cannister... And only there because they keep the machines going way underground for longer times and cannot change the oil...

So Raul, of Stealth Automotive, what is the idea of this? Is my understanding correct or please enlighten me. I have an open mind, but from almost a half century in diesels was thinking oil changes more often is the Key to longevity.. But I will listen to new Technology... After all, my 07 King Ranch CC DRW 4x4 is worth $120,000 here in Oz... What is a few bucks for better filtering, but I just don't get it..

in Australia... Everything else here is rice grinders!
figured i woudl just link you to the post instead of just typing it all: AMSOIL - Ea By-Pass Oil Filters (EaBP)

basiaclly its better filtration.. down to 2 microns.... you can go longer between oil changes with a bypass kit but the best benefit is less wear and tear on your engine...

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How often do you have to change the bypass filter????
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