After some research. I discovered that Parker (Rancor)OEM's there bypass Filters to OilGuard ECO MicroFilters Bypass Oil Filtration Systems for Buses, Trucks, Cars, Diesel and more...
However: Oil Guard aka Eco MicroFilters does make there own canister
Anyways--Here is a new bypass system under consideration.
That just came out this year from Parker.
Racor's New Bypass Oil Filtration System - Truckinginfo.com
Parker - ABSOLUTE BYPASS OIL FILTER KITS
After comparing apples to apples. This unit from Parker/Rancor filters down to 3 Micron and removes moisture. The same performance is to be with the FS2500. http://www.fs2500.com/
But I think the Parker/Rancor Design seems better to me because. It pushes the oil through 3 stages of media filtration. Trapping the larger particles on the top layer and filtering down to 3 micron at the last inner layer. The FS2500 doesnt use this method. But uses a differant filter media which is fine, but its NOT layered or staged like the Parker. So that tells me i think the oil will flow better and wont get clogged as fast with the Parker/Rancor Design. The housing is billet machined anodized component appears to be very well built.
What does a bypass filter do?
Instead of filtering all of the oil used by your engine each time it passes through, a bypass filter diverts roughly 10% of an engine’s normal flow for finer filtration. The FS-2500 removes 99.63% of particles larger than 3.0 microns from the oil. The FS-2500 also removes water from condensation which causes acid buildup - it will hold almost a pint of water! Anyone who has ever disassembled a diesel engine knows what a dirty job it can be. By removing water and carbon particles, the FS-2500 will prevent the formation of this harmful sludge. Additionally, the life of the oil’s additive package (measured as TBN) will be significantly extended.
Here is the Tech Sheet on Rancor ( See Page 7 Especially)
If word gets out on this. Im sure this oil bypass solution will begin to eat away at the sales from FS2500 and Oilguard etc
This is why i like competition. We the consumer benefit greatly from having choices.