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  1. Stewie

    Mazda 1WPE-14-302 Thailand OCI 8k KM

    It had the Mazda filter and Castrol 0w20 This time: Napa filter NSF 27002 and Motomaster full synthetic 0w20 It’s a jobber filter but I found it works quite well on my summer runs and it’s the cheapest filter I could find that has decent quality
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    Mazda 1WPE-14-302 Thailand OCI 8k KM

    Not much to see, other than the great quality of these filters, ran it for the winter season 8000 KM OCI 8 months.
  3. Stewie

    Mazda 3 Oil Filter

    See if you can get ultras or buy OE online
  4. Stewie

    Mazda 3 Oil Filter

    OE if it’s cheap enough
  5. Stewie

    Napa Proselect 27002 8000km

    Thanks I went with Kirkland 0w20 repackaged Castrol/Walmart oil and Tokyo Roki OEM filter. PE01-14-302
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    Napa Proselect 27002 8000km

    No tears, just bad glueing. I’d say it did pretty good for what I paid
  7. Stewie

    Fram TG6607 C&P Pushed to the limit

    I couldn't fit it in mine since it would block the access to the drain bolt
  8. Stewie

    [Cut Open] Wix 57002 - 7,084 Miles

    That's what I referred to earlier! Looks very good I may even end up skipping on the ultras since they've become so expensive
  9. Stewie

    C/O Tokyo Roki 6000km BT115010-7600

    I'm going to be using the Wix/Napa filter you're talking about. I'll post that C/O as well sometime in the fall I didn't road trip due to covid but now I'll likely be clicking more mileage NAPA NSF 27002 or Wix 57002
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    [Cut Open] Wix 57002 - 7,084 Miles

    Did you cut anymore of them?
  11. Stewie

    What is the story on K&N oil filters today?

    Not sure what it is today but they used to be made poorly 3 years ago. Glued pieces and poorly constructed
  12. Stewie

    C/O Tokyo Roki 6000km BT115010-7600

    6000km sitting, mainly highway miles in COVID19 times. Mazda 3 skyactiv Pleats were firm and could’ve easily done 12000km
  13. Stewie

    Wife bought 2020 corolla my first impressions

    That one isn’t really cheap though
  14. Stewie

    Toyota Spin-on OEM same as Mazda little filter

    I went with the parts lookup tools like Fram they recommend filters with that can be substituted with. In my case XG6607 or XG4967 which I’ve tried in my Mazda. im sure it can be used otherwise Fram would be in deep ****
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    Toyota Spin-on OEM same as Mazda little filter

    I’ve not cut it open yet but I do not believe it matters since they are both facing down.
  16. Stewie

    Toyota Spin-on OEM same as Mazda little filter

    Interestingly enough, looks like Toyota moved to a smaller filter in this case 6607 size comparatively in Fram. Both Mazda and Toyota/Denso seem to have move production to Thailand. Couldn’t tell the difference between the two I thought it was using the larger 4967 size according to Fram parts...
  17. Stewie

    Aluminum oil drain plug on OEM Mazda3

    These are not new though, seems to be the only magnetic drain plugs I have available. Others are just normal plugs and OEM
  18. Stewie

    Aluminum oil drain plug on OEM Mazda3

    Got a link to that?
  19. Stewie

    Aluminum oil drain plug on OEM Mazda3

    I recently purchased some magnetic oil drain plug from amazon and turns out they were made of aluminum. Is it safe to use in the OEM pans? I was under the impression that they were interchangeable but I’m afraid it’s only for racing engines Any ideas? Thanks
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