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Old 02-04-2014, 02:39 PM
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Anyone seen or used this?

Ford Powerstroke 6 7 Dual Remote Bypass Engine Oil Complete Kit with 1U Filter | eBay

Curious to hear some thoughts and opinions on this
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Old 02-04-2014, 03:21 PM
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Any particular reason to switch to this setup? Its more common with the cummins guys but thats cause the filters crammed up the side of the engine and you gotta take all the intake out to just barely get to it. Our filters are in a pretty reasonable spot.
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Old 02-05-2014, 12:21 PM
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Yeah I know dodge guys can really use this...claims of better mpg and all the extra filtering sparked my interest
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I dont see any way that itll increase mpg though. I just dont really see a point to be honest, send your oil in for analysis vs someone running this kit and it prob wont be much different. Newer oils ive run in my vehicles past 6 years have always yielded me extended oil change intervals without oil break down or excessive contamination and they all used the oem filtration systems.

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Yeah I know dodge guys can really use this...claims of better mpg and all the extra filtering sparked my interest
Dodge guys also think that when they flip up their mirrors they gain 25 hp. They call the the flipped up mirror mod. Extra filtration is always beneficial as long as it doesn't impede flow.

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Dodge guys also think that when they flip up their mirrors they gain 25 hp. They call the the flipped up mirror mod. Extra filtration is always beneficial as long as it doesn't impede flow.

Brett
I don't know what Dodge guys you've heard call this the flipped up mirror mod. I'm guessing you're kidding.
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Old 02-06-2014, 04:30 AM
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I don't know what Dodge guys you've heard call this the flipped up mirror mod. I'm guessing you're kidding.
Its all about aerodynamics..
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Every big "C" that they put on their back window is usually good for another 15hp also
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Old 02-06-2014, 07:06 AM
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I would stay away from a dual oil mod, I bought one and its sitting collecting dust(its for sale cheap), the 6.7 is lacking oil pressure as it is, I believe the turbo failures are due to oil pressure, the turbo are being fed from the cam oil guides, they should be fed from the crank guide or from the filter housing, with it said I wont mess with oil bypass.
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Old 02-06-2014, 09:58 AM
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an oil filter will NOT get you any more MPG!
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