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    Default Re: Oil Filter/cooler Sandwich plate with Thermostat In-Built

    Quote Originally Posted by knightrous View Post
    Sorry, I should have been more specific, I was looking for which Toyota specific oil filters will work. Like the stock 4AGE filter is a Z386 filter, however I run the slightly larger Z432 from the 3SGE because it fits the 4AGE block. I tried a Z553 filter from a 3VZFE which is nearly double the volume, but the seal diameter was 2mm too big for the 4AGE block and under pressure it leaked slightly. If this is a universal sandwedge plate for Toyota motors, I assume the base is wider to support the bigger motors that run bigger filters.

    In summary, can I run a Z553 filter on this
    Whats the total diameter of the Z553... The thing im concerned about is the filer housing hitting the casting of the 45 deg ports.
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    Default Re: Oil Filter/cooler Sandwich plate with Thermostat In-Built

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    If i hadnt already spent a bomb on setting up my oil system I would definitely have got this. too late for me baz
    looks like i may have spoken too soon. finally took the car for a drive with an oil temp gauge working for the first time since i did the oil cooler and it seems it works TOO well. The cold side of the radiator doesnt get up to temp fucken FOREVER!!! so it looks like I will need a thermostatic cooler after all... ffffuuuuuu
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    Quote Originally Posted by trdee View Post
    looks like i may have spoken too soon. finally took the car for a drive with an oil temp gauge working for the first time since i did the oil cooler and it seems it works TOO well. The cold side of the radiator doesnt get up to temp fucken FOREVER!!! so it looks like I will need a thermostatic cooler after all... ffffuuuuuu
    Will add to your order
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    You spend any more money with Bazda Vito and the guy is going to be rolling around NZ in a LFA

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    Default Re: Oil Filter/cooler Sandwich plate with Thermostat In-Built

    Don't remind me!
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    Default Re: Oil Filter/cooler Sandwich plate with Thermostat In-Built

    I finally get a worthy quote in my sig!

    Foamy's quote is awesome too though
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    Default Re: Oil Filter/cooler Sandwich plate with Thermostat In-Built

    Quote Originally Posted by maj View Post
    I finally get a worthy quote in my sig!

    Foamy's quote is awesome too though
    Post edit, doesnt make sense now..
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    Quote Originally Posted by foamy View Post
    You spend any more money with Bazda Vito and the guy is going to be rolling around NZ in a LFA
    Wish life were as easy as selling car parts..

    Fact is I daily drive a 2003 Nissan Wingroad Wagon, 1.5L of Automatic powerhouse.
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    keep making awesome parts that all us 4A bretheren have wanted for years but nobody ever made and you are sure to keep getting good business.
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    Default Re: Oil Filter/cooler Sandwich plate with Thermostat In-Built

    These are in stock now!
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    Default Re: Oil Filter/cooler Sandwich plate with Thermostat In-Built

    Barry,
    how thick are these please? Also, does it need clearance around the silver lug with the two holes in it? (assuming this is the thermostat and it pops open to allow flow)

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    Default Re: Oil Filter/cooler Sandwich plate with Thermostat In-Built

    Quote Originally Posted by StuC View Post
    Barry,
    how thick are these please? Also, does it need clearance around the silver lug with the two holes in it? (assuming this is the thermostat and it pops open to allow flow)

    Stu
    Hey, its 30mm thick and it does not need clearance, it moves internally not externally.
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