Simota Oil Filter

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Never seen the filter, will be checking out the site. I would consider it as a supplement filter for my truck's auto trans. I will be posting pics of the junk that was stuck to the factory pan magnet shortly.
 

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 Originally Posted By: Johnny
I disagree with the statement about the spiral column increasing oil pressure.
I agree with your disagreement. The "spiral core" is commonplace in lube filters. But it is for crush strength, not to increase oil pressure. LOL! Did anyone notice how the text was written on the website? "Installation Notices: 1.To plaster the clean oil uniformly on the oil sealing is acceptable. 2.When you tiuch the oil sealing of the oil core,use the appropriate tool to luck this oil filter. 3.Male sure there is no oil leakage from the engine after the installation. " Obviously CHINESE. I wouldnt put one of these on my lawnmower. I like my lawnmower........
 
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"super powerful magnetic stone with amazing magnetic power." "increasing the efficiency of the engine and low down the oil temperature." I DON'T like my lawnmower and I STILL wouldn't use one of these.
 
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 Originally Posted By: Johnny
I disagree with the statement about the spiral column increasing oil pressure.
Great ... an oil filter with a "oil tornado" built into the center core. Doh !!
 
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 Originally Posted By: SuperBusa
 Originally Posted By: Johnny
I disagree with the statement about the spiral column increasing oil pressure.
Great ... an oil filter with a "oil tornado" built into the center core. Doh !!
Yea but you'll get a 3.7 % hp increase.
 
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