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Old 02-01-2008, 06:11 AM
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Puradyn Bypass Oil Filter



Anyone have experience with the Puradyn Bypass Oil Filter?

I'm thinking of installing one on my 2003 F-250 stroker and don't want to lay out big bucks for something that doesn't work as advertised.

Huston
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Old 02-01-2008, 08:09 PM
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Link to Puradyn



Since the Puradyn is not as well known as the other bypass oil filter makers, here's a link to their website.
Let me know what you think.



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Old 02-04-2008, 06:52 AM
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My friend is very happy with the Amsoil bypass he installed on his Cummins. I am looking to get one very very very soon for my 7.3 as the cleaner my oil is the better my injectors fire and the better my truck runs. Plus every 5,000 miles all you do is take an oil sample and pay $20 to have it analyzed and they will send you back the results and weather or not to change your oil. I've been told of guys going close to the 50,000 mile mark and still having spotless oil! Just a change of filters every 20,000. For the price of the system it pays off very well in the long run. I've seen the results in his cummins his oil is spotless clean and still looks brand new.
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AMSOIL - By-Pass Filter Mounting Kits
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Puradyn or FS-2500 Bypass Oil Filter



Appreciate the information on the Amsoil bypass oil filter, however I'm a little skittish about it due to the negative comments I've read. Guess it also concerns me that I've read that Amsoil dealers frequent these forums plying their wares. Nothing wrong with that I guess....I'm just looking for the straight scoop from those who don't have a dog in the fight.

I've been looking seriously at the Puradyn but have also become interested in the FS-2500. In looking around this and other forums, the 2500 seems to get rave reviews with no one bashing them. What I don't like about it is the price, even though it is a small price to pay for a clean engine and perhaps extended oil change intervals.

Sure do appreciate any feedback.

Huston
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