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Old 01-14-2008, 06:14 PM   #1
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Every now and then I see the Amsoil By-pass oil filter system and their pre-charge system for it. Has anyone used this? I'd think a pre-charge or pre-lube oil system would be pretty interesting...
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Every now and then I see the Amsoil By-pass oil filter system and their pre-charge system for it. Has anyone used this? I'd think a pre-charge or pre-lube oil system would be pretty interesting...
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Look a Accusump also. They have been around for years in the racing industry.
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In my opinion,technically, both of these systems will add to the life of an engine however, unless your going to put 200,000 miles on the engine I don't see any advantage.
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