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Old 01-01-2014, 10:58 PM   #1
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Oil Filter By-Pass

Hey Carl,

I'm running your compound kit and I'm curious, as what would the best way be, to run the Amsoil by-pass filtration kit?


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There are several ports along the drivers side of the block that arent used. You could "T" into the primary turbo oil feed but the vibration may cause the line to fail eventually, it may also cause a low pressure feed situation for the primary bearings if the bypass consumes too much oil.
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