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Old 04-28-2011, 05:43 PM
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Old 04-28-2011, 06:13 PM
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Acdelco makes the best oil filters.
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Originally Posted by ecotecturbo View Post
Acdelco makes the best oil filters.
Did you read about them. I have a new out look on them.
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I dont feel any different about them
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Its more or less a break down of them.
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Interesting data.
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so whats the best? cuz ive heard other tests and they said that all frams were sh*t
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According to them Fram Xtended Guard. The rest of the Fram filters didn't do so well.
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according to that, the royal purple extended performance extended life is the best oil filter on the market .... according to his tests
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Just based on my personal experience with man oil filters, any test claiming an ACDelco filter is worse than any Fram filter (much less every other useable filter) is invalid.
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Originally Posted by K-Train04RL View Post
according to that, the royal purple extended performance extended life is the best oil filter on the market .... according to his tests
Mobil 1 and FRAM "ExtremeGuard" both beat the RP...apparently.
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Just based on my personal experience with man oil filters, any test claiming an ACDelco filter is worse than any Fram filter (much less every other useable filter) is invalid.
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so whats the best? cuz ive heard other tests and they said that all frams were sh*t
They are. I'd run a ac before I would ever run a fram. I just run wix on everything. It's a good all around filter.
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Nice. I still think I'll use K&N until a problem arises.
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interesting. of course rp looks to be the best but they are hella expensive for good reason. im gonna stick to mobile one. been changin my oil ever3k with it and oil comes out fairly clean compared to other cars i see(work at a dealership)
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