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oil filter adapter? anyone use one?


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I see LN engineering has an oil filter adapter so you can run regular spin on oil filters on 987s.They say its a far better set up than factory as all the oil gets filtered and none gets bypassed. And you can choose a filter that is available at shops. Anyone?

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http://www.pelicanparts.com/catalog/shopcart/987M/POR_987M_BASflt_pg1.htm#item0

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I see LN engineering has an oil filter adapter so you can run regular spin on oil filters on 987s.They say its a far better set up than factory as all the oil gets filtered and none gets bypassed. And you can choose a filter that is available at shops. Anyone?

linky

http://www.pelicanparts.com/catalog/shopcart/987M/POR_987M_BASflt_pg1.htm#item0

I guess is up to us to try one and post a report...

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I see LN engineering has an oil filter adapter so you can run regular spin on oil filters on 987s.They say its a far better set up than factory as all the oil gets filtered and none gets bypassed. And you can choose a filter that is available at shops. Anyone?

linky

http://www.pelicanpa...t_pg1.htm#item0

I guess is up to us to try one and post a report...

I have had one for over a year and think it is an extremely well machined piece of engineering excellence. Comes with install device. Charles, the N of LN recommended the Napa filter for its high flow. But there is a K&N and one other I cannot recall.

I also bought the magnetic drain plug.

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I see LN engineering has an oil filter adapter so you can run regular spin on oil filters on 987s.They say its a far better set up than factory as all the oil gets filtered and none gets bypassed. And you can choose a filter that is available at shops. Anyone?

linky

http://www.pelicanpa...t_pg1.htm#item0

I have one on my own car, as well as many customers running the LN unit, some for two years or more. It is well designed and performs excellently in both street and track applications.

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I've been using the LN adapter for almost 2 years...much better than stock/factory element which is mainly designed to meet environmental laws in Europe. The rec'd filters are Napa Gold, K&N, and Mobil 1 used on current model Corvettes, if I recall. The magnetic drain plug is a must also...very robust...first class products all around.

I see LN engineering has an oil filter adapter so you can run regular spin on oil filters on 987s.They say its a far better set up than factory as all the oil gets filtered and none gets bypassed. And you can choose a filter that is available at shops. Anyone?

linky

http://www.pelicanpa...t_pg1.htm#item0

I have one on my own car, as well as many customers running the LN unit, some for two years or more. It is well designed and performs excellently in both street and track applications.

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