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    Purolator PureOne filter Rebate

    2 x Purolator PureOne filters $9.48 and free ship if order over $25.

    And $4 rebate (2 x $2, limit $4).


    Amazon.com: Purolator PL14612 PureONE Oil Filter (Pack of 2): Automotive

    So, get filters and other stuff, $9.48 - $4 = $5.48 for two after MIR. That's like $2.75 each.

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    I wouldn't put purolator on my lawnmower.
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    I switched to it from Fram because I had instances of the anti-drain back valve draining back.

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    What kind of instances? Interesting. How could you tell?
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    Loud valvetrain on startup as the oil restarted it's journey into circulation. Heard it twice on my last Fram. Switched to PureOne and haven't heard it since.

    Wasn't super cold, always change my oil at 3K miles using name brand Dino oil.

    Didn't mean to start a filter argument, but I know there are lots of poeple that use the FRAM, but I found a bunch of info about issues with them. The severe ones were unproven, but the drain back issue I think may be more plausible.

    I don't know how fast the Oil moved and refills a dry filter but I would imagine it takes a few seconds.

    (this is all in the Honda 2.4 engine BTW, haven't got my WRX, YET).

    Am digging around trying to figure out if it is important to run synthetic due to turbo. NA cars it really doesn't make jack difference.

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    The OEM filters are the right size to keep from collecting too much heat there from the manifold. Also, there is no need for a drainback valve IMO because the filter is cup-side down on the bottom of the motor.
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    Sorry, mine is Honda experience with that particular issue. Filter sits perfectly horizontal. Cup up would reduce that issue. But gravity would still allow the supply tubes to drain down until it got level with the lowest point that the oil enters the filter. But that is probably only half as much as fully draining the filter and all.

    Anyway, thread wasn't for filter preference, just offering up the deal to anyone who likes the purolators.

    I be someone does, seem safer than Fram, maybe not as good as OEM, but don't know who makes the OEM filter. Wix maybe?

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    Purolator were among the initial suppliers of the OEM filter for the WRX motors. Subaru have since changed suppliers and the OEM filter is provided by a Japanese firm.
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