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Old 02-11-2009, 06:59 PM
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V10 Oil Filter

This is for you V10 owners. Doses anybody know if the stock filter can be interchanged to a bigger filter? Right now I use the Fram PH2. Thats a small filter for such a big engine.
I got room for a bigger filter. I tried the Fram PH8 but the threads are different.
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Dunno if they make one that'll work. Bypass pressure is also crucial, so don't forget to check on that if you're playing around

ALSO - the PH2 does not have a silicone anti-drainback valve. You should be using the TG2 or XG2.

One thought comes to mind, that you can buy a remote-filter setup for a 4.6L/5.4L and it should mount onto the V10's oil filter adapter. That way, you could hookup whatever oil filter adapter you want, but it would have to be in a remote location. Then you could use the HP2 filter...

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Wix offers a nice long one, I'll look later and see if I have one in the garage to get the part number off it.
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Use a Motorcraft filters FL-820S.
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Use a Motorcraft filters FL-820S.
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just a bit curious why no fram bashing?
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I will look up that Motocraft part number.
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That Motocraft filter is the same size as the Fram.
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The quality of Fram oil filters has fallen off a cliff in recent years. Go to google and search on Fram oil filters and you will find many pages dedicated to the poor quality of Fram oil filters. I personally use Motorcraft or any off-brand made by Champion Labs (e.g. Supertech, Penske, etc.).
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I just did my first oil change this weekend and used the Motorcraft FL-820-S filter, which is the one recommended in the owner's manual. The filter was less than $4.00 at Wally World IIRC.
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thanks i was oblivious...I use motorcraft on my 6.0 but wasn't enlightened about how bad fram filters are
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I have been doing some research on the web looking for some cross reference numbers for a bigger filter. But havent found anything yet. That filter is metric 22x1.5mm threads.
I did find this web site on oil filters and now I am really confused on which brand to use!
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just a bit curious why no fram bashing?
Because this thread WILL go from "anyone know about a bigger V10 filter" all the way to "Fram is the worst thing in the world".


Which I have YET to see ANYONE PROVE.


There, I said it ... again. You can read up on the cardboard glued end-caps all you want, everyone saying it's a POS, etc. etc. until you're blue in the face. The truth of it is, the pressure is on the outside of the filter media, pressing on those cardboard end-caps. If paper is so bad under pressure, well, I guess the filter media itself will just go up in a puff of dust too

I've used them all my life, many people still do, and yet, I see NOT ONE STATISTIC about how "bad" they are in a fleet environment, how bad Fram's sales are (really Honeywell/Allied Signal), or any other real-world information saying they are so bad that you need to run away.

There, I said it. ALSO - the standard PH2 is not recommended for the V10, as Ford calls for the Motorcraft FL-820S - the "S" standing for silicone anti-drainback valve, which the PH2 doesn't have - the TG2 and XG2 versions do.

Now, back to the original poster's question - Anyone know of a larger filter for the V10 or the rest of the Ford modular engines?
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Here is a solution to your situation. The thread for the filter is M22 x 1.5mm. I've been looking for filters with that spec. and keep coming up with the same size as the FL-820S. BUT there is a solution. You can install a double filter system. Summit has them. Trans-Dapt Performance Products 1227 - Trans-Dapt Performance Remote Oil Filter Relocation Kits - summitracing.com Currently $59.95.
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