Hi All. I was looking at the remote oil filter adapters and kind of got confused by a few comments/theories/posts. Especially the engine damage post this guy had on a dual filter bypass. go to post #19 https:/
I'm confused, please educate me. and THANK YOU.
1, Originally I was looking at the following simply relocation kit, so that the filter is at a more accessible location. the change in pressure would be small depending on hose length and filter resistance. correct me if I'm wrong.
2, Then I found some of us are putting in a parallel dual filter bypass kit, made by either amsoil hayden derale transdapt permacool, etc.
I see people put in two full-flow filters which I think only increase oil capacity and soot-holding capacity, but it does not filter out smaller particles at all.
Others puts in a full-flow and a bypass filter, the bypass filter has a much higher resistance and hypothetically 90% through full-flow and 10% through bypass filter. but wouldn't all the oil just go through the full-flow since it has less resistance? and downstream of bypass filter being connected to that of full-flow, wouldn't the back pressure further restricted the flow through bypass filter. back pressure shown in green.
Many people said the bypass filter is beneficial because smaller particles, 2-10 micron, do more damage to the engine in long run. but the the guy in other thread had damage within 11,500 miles by the oil starvation in upper engine. Is the bypass system really the cause.
3. it makes a lot more sense to me that the bypass filter is in a separate route similar to the following diagram, although the pressure would also drop in the rest of the oil passage, say the camshaft in this case.
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