WILL SHIP 2.7L to 3.5L Oil Filter Mod

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2.7L to 3.5L Oil Filter Bracket



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2.7 to 3.5 Oil Filter.jpg


Bracket only, consumables to left listed in post #2
 
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***Installation***
3/8" Ratchet
12mm Deep Socket​

04152-YZZA1 Filter
15620-31060 Filter Holder
90301-17017 Filter Holder Gasket
15692-75011 Filter Holder Gasket B
15643-31050 Drain Plug
96723-35028 Drain Plug Gasket
  1. Remove two bolts and one nut.
  2. Install new gaskets
  3. Bolt new housing on, reusing same hardware (18 lb ft)
1-Removal.jpg2-Installation.jpg
3-Installed.jpg


***Oil Change***

You can use the plastic drain nipple that comes with the oil filter- I find it hard to push in and remove, so I'm using the Filter Drain below.
The 14-flute filter wrench can work on the bottom of the canister housing but people have reported stripping it, so I'm using the Filter Wrench below

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Filter Wrench
Filter Drain
 
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What is the major benefit?
 

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When the filter is screwed off lots of oil runs down the sides- it’s a little messy. 4cyl guys have developed all sorts of methods to catch/control the oil.

This makes it possible to use the 3.5L canister/filter, specifically the drain at the bottom- makes for a no fuss change. I’m a fan of the Jowett canister because of the Fumoto valve on the bottom, I don’t care for the plastic nipple that comes with the filter. The Jowett will work for the 3.5L too.
 

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When the filter is screwed off lots of oil runs down the sides- it’s a little messy. 4cyl guys have developed all sorts of methods to catch/control the oil.

This makes it possible to use the 3.5L canister/filter, specifically the drain at the bottom- makes for a no fuss change. I’m a fan of the Jowett canister because of the Fumoto valve on the bottom, I don’t care for the plastic nipple that comes with the filter. The Jowett will work for the 3.5L too.
Gotcha!
 
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