What does an Amsoil bypass filter do?

What does an Amsoil bypass filter do?

An AMSOIL bypass filter can capture particles down to 2 microns, effectively reducing engine wear.

When should I change my Amsoil bypass filter?

Normal Service Life:When used in conjunction with AMSOIL motor oil and an EaO or Donaldson Endurance filter, the EaBP should be changed every other full flow filter change up to 60,000 miles.

Is a bypass filter worth it?

Having a bypass filtration system installed increases the overall sump size of the engine, helping dilute the concentration of metals in the oil. Oil does not wear out. Its usefulness is limited only by contamination. Bypass filtration removes or dilutes many of those contaminants.

How does a hydraulic filter bypass work?

Bypass valves As contaminant builds up, the differential pressure across the element increases. At a pressure well below the filter element’s failure point, the bypass valve opens, allowing flow to go around the element.

How often do you change bypass oil filter?

**Better engine protection. With a bypass system, you would go 25,000 miles, change the bypass filters and take an oil sample; the results would dictate if you needed to change your oil. Using that system, most newer engines are able to go 150,000 to 200,000 miles without an oil change.

How long does Amsoil filter last?

25,000 miles
That’s why AMSOIL Oil Filters are constructed to last up to 25,000 miles between changes, coinciding with the 25,000-mile drain interval of Signature Series Synthetic Motor Oil. AMSOIL Oil Filters designated with product code EA15K offer 15,000-mile change intervals.

Do I need a bypass oil filter?

If the pressure differential is too high, a valve will open, allowing the oil to bypass the filter. All engine oil filters or heads are equipped with a bypass valve. This valve is needed so the engine does not become starved of oil as the filter clogs with debris.

Can you drive without oil filter bypass valve?

Can You Drive Without Oil Filter Bypass Valve? This oil bypass valve can be removed or broken, so the vehicle can be driven with it. In spite of clogged oil filters, unfiltered oil is still able to flow to vital engine parts through the oil bypass valve. Without the bypass valve, you can reinstall the filter.

What is the difference between a bypass and a full flow filter?

A bypass filter is usually a much finer filter to capture smaller particles than the full flow. Because it has a higher efficiency, it will have a much lower flow rate than a full flow filter; especially when the oil is cold.

What is an AMSOIL bypass system?

The majority of engine wear comes from particles from 5µ to 25µ in size. The problem that arises is that the average full flow filter is only efficient for particles 20µ in size and larger. This means that all those particles under 20µ can pass though the filter and cause wear to your engine. This is where an AMSOIL BYPASS SYSTEM comes into play.

How do high efficiency bypass oil filters work?

High-efficiency bypass filters effectively remove minute dirt particles and soot by working in conjunction with the engine’s full-flow oil filter. See the Product Data Bulletin for full details. See the Product Data Bulletin for full details. Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Why is the bypass filter out of stock?

Sorry, this item is temporarily out of stock due to high demand and supply-chain disruptions. Check back soon for updates. High-efficiency bypass filters effectively remove minute dirt particles and soot by working in conjunction with the engine’s full-flow oil filter.

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