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Old 06-09-2012, 01:54 AM
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Re: Guide to Prelude/S2000 Oil Filters

Oh hey, all this info again!
Haha I did an S2k filter swap right after reading this thread on SDP... You do notice a difference between the Prelude and S2K filters. I had a problem with VTEC not engaging properly with the Prelude filter; however, I notice that VTEC kicks in a lot better with the S2K filter.
I ended up getting a crap filter the first time, need to replace it.
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Re: Guide to Prelude/S2000 Oil Filters

http://www.hastingsfilter.com/Litera...ments/F109.pdf

page 222-223. It seems we need to keep an eye on the Info. K&N Filter still hp 1004, but Evo owners also use our filters, their part numbers are m1-108 and m1-110.

Using hasting's filter cross references, you can use these filters,
LF113-stock
LF522-stock new
LF240-stock (long version)
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Yes, yes and yes.
1. The trick is finding the balance. YOU NEED A filter that has a rigid body to withstand the engine's pressure. The shorter the body the better.

2. The starting of the car puts 100% pressure through the oil system to minimize the cold start. The tach is slow, but the RPMs reach up to 4500 on turn over. You need your filter to consistently perform under that condition, as well as through VTEC/redline.

3. Race teams put 3" hose clamps around the filter for one reason. Filters POP under race conditions. Cave in is unlikely since oil is always pushing on the filter's walls, so it's a little security to keep from destroying a $150,000 engine. Also keep in mind, the minimal oil required= no additional weight, so the race team want smallest filters.

Day to day on the other hand, more capacity=more protection. Truckers use oil relocation kits with 1,2, or even 3 filters and change oil every 30,000 45,000 miles, and the oil is still clean. The filter element makes or breaks the quality of the filter. If one filter traps 80% of particles and another 95%, the answer is simple. If the flow is not good enough on the better filter, that is also a problem.
You need to evaluate your driving habits to choose a filter. I know I'm in heavy traffic day in/out. I need that oil clean. Nothing else matters. I also know stop and go traffic won't pop a filter, so I'm good. Your needs might need a high flow filter and you drive 150 miles with out 1 stoplight, and you're just above idle. When you got that figured out, your oil will stay newer longer.
If s2k oil filter somewhat restrict the flow and PureONE may also restrict flow. Is it a bad idea to use Purolator PureONE S2k oil filter? (My daily drive is about 45miles; 30 of it is highway miles). The reason I want to use s2k filter, is because I had problem with Vtec not engaging recently too like "Clutch"
Purolator PureONE has always been my go-to oil filter for my bike and other cars! I am very satisfied with them and i want to keep using it.
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Re: Guide to Prelude/S2000 Oil Filters

No, the restriction keeps the oil clean. If you were constantly in VTEC then the restriction would eventually cause a problem, but not in daily driving or even spirited driving. If you are worried about vtec engaging, use the S2K filter and keep the oil reserve topped off.
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No, the restriction keeps the oil clean. If you were constantly in VTEC then the restriction would eventually cause a problem, but not in daily driv
Ok thanks, so im safe to use Purolator PL14459(s2k) PureONE with limited VTEC? On reg I probably hit vtec 3-5 times a day but I dont stay in vtec for long though.
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Re: Guide to Prelude/S2000 Oil Filters

thanx for this thread!
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Re: Guide to Prelude/S2000 Oil Filters

Noticed a couple weeks ago in the reference book at AutoZone..when comparing the part numbers on all the filters; K&N, Mobile1, Fram, Bosch..the Prelude section part numbers are the same numbers found under the S2000 section.
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Re: Guide to Prelude/S2000 Oil Filters

off the top of my head I believe that the stock puralator # for a h22a is pl14459 I work at advance auto and this is the only filter I use.
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Re: Guide to Prelude/S2000 Oil Filters

Try the royal purple filter
metal mesh screen not paper, much more heavy duty.
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Re: Guide to Prelude/S2000 Oil Filters

That royal purple filter is for my Euro R H22A
uses same filter as b16.
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