BEST CAR OIL FILTER. WHISPER POWER FILTER 20.
K&N HP-2010 High Performance Oil Filter
Originally developed for demanding auto race applications, our premium oil filter is rapidly becoming a favorite among consumers for its durability and easy removal. We've changed oil filters and several of our product development technicians are sportsman class drag racers. They insisted we offer an oil filter that corrected the headaches they experienced over the years changing oil filters. We have all been there: Whether it's remembering where that disappearing canister tool is; or having oil leak all over your garage and yourself; or finally giving up and pounding a screwdriver through the filter just to get if off. Each of our automotive and marine oil filters comes with a 1 nut welded to the top of the canister so they can be easily wrenched-off with a standard tool. Our motorcycle and ATV oil filters come with a 17 mm nut. Our oil filters use resin impregnated cellulose filter media. This allows for higher flow rates while providing outstanding filtration. High filter flow rates are important in racing vehicles where heavier grade oil is used and the oil is pumped much faster than in a standard vehicle. When the engine is circulating oil at high GPM rates, the high-flow oil filter helps reduce the loss of pressure through the filtering process. To satisfy the demands of racers, our oil filter has many features over and above the requirements of most vehicles. We use thicker canister walls for extra strength and durability which reduces the risk of damage from loose rocks and debris. The heavy-duty construction will withstand higher oil pressures found only in racing environments without bursting. The drilled hole on the nut is for a safety wire attachment. Required for many types of racing, the safety wire prevents blown oil filters from falling on the track and representing a hazard to other race vehicles. This extra engineering offers peace of mind for consumers who want only the best.81% (7)
AMI Style, AMI Com, AMI Tec Leipzig 2011 - Chevrolet Camaro T-Top Tuning Car
Text der Schautafel Baujahr: 1980 Leihgeber: Karsten Summerer, Coswig Besonderheiten Motorraum: Der Motorraum des amerikanischen Chevrolets wurde mit Hologrammflakes in der Fahrzeugfarbe auslackiert. Der Motor erhielt eine rote Lackierung, wozu auch die roten Zundkabel passen. Der in Edelstahl bezogene Zundkabelhalter mit Gravur ist ein Eigenbau des Besitzers. Auch die Kuhlschlauche sind aus Edelstahl. Unter der Haube glanzt auch hier viel Chrom: am Chromluftfilter, Chrom-Ventildeckel - mit Zierschrauben - und diversen anderen Teilen. Selbst der Olservice-"Zettel" ist ein Eigenbau - aus graviertem Alu. Sonstige Besonderheiten zum Fahrzeug: Es handelt sich um eine "Frame off Restaurierung", d.h. die Karosse wurde komplett von Chassis getrennt. Der Rahmen und das Fahrwerk wurden verzinkt und pulverbeschichtet. Die Karosse ist gestrahlt, geschwei?t und im Supersport-Design von 1973 lackiert. Die Kotflugel wurden hinten verbreitert und das Fahrzeug wurde mit Black Out-Kit-Heckleuchten ausgestattet. Im Innenraum des Fahrzeuges befinden sich ein Grant Challenger Lenkrad und Shroth autocontrol H-Gurte. Das Fahrzeug gewann bereits verschiedene Preise: 3. Platz - "Best of Show" beim 5. All-American-Weekend 1. Platz - "Best of USA" beim Tuning-Summercamp 2010 1. Platz - "Best of USA" bei Speednation Gro?enhain 2010 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Text display Year of construction: 1980 Lender: Karsten Summerer, Coswig Specialties engine compartment: The engine compartment of American Chevrolet was painted out with Hologrammflakes in the colour of the vehicle. The engine received a red paint job, which includes also the red plug fit. The ignition cable holder related in stainless steel with engraving is a self-construction of the owner. Also the cooling tubes are made of stainless steel. Under the hood here too much chrome shines: chrome air filter, chrome valve cover - with decorative screws - and various other parts. Even the oil service "Slip" is a self made - an engraved aluminum. Other specialties to the vehicle: It is a "frame off restoration", i.e. the body was completely separated from the chassis. The frame and the suspension were galvanized and powder coated. The body is blasted, welded and painted in the Super Sport design from 1973. The wings were widened rear and the vehicle was equipped with black out Kit rear lamps. In the Interior of the vehicle a grant Challenger are steering wheel and Shroth autocontrol H-harnesses. The vehicle won several awards: 3Rd place - "Best of show" at the 5. American weekend 1St place - "Best of United States" the tuning summer camp 2010 1St place - "Best of United States" at speed nation Gro?enhain 2010 (translated with bing translator)What's my Motivation?
Connor gets into his character. I'll tell you about this disastrous photo-shoot tomorrow. ----- It's tomorrow so here it goes. I am building a website for my father, he's older gentleman pictured above. He wrote a story for his "about us" page that told how he got into the oil filter processing business. In it he relates the tale of going to visit one of his clients and faced a "sea of filters" that were destined for a landfill. He was shocked by this. He was accompanied by his grandson who asked a simple question "why don't they take them to the scrap yard?" This question led my dad to seek the answer to this question and the answers he learned led him to realize he knew a better way and proceeded to fill a niche which he has done for the past 20 years or so. For the website we wanted to recreate that moment by having a photograph of him explaining how filter recycling works to another of his grandchildren. And that's why we were in the service bay of an auto repair shop having a photo session. Everything was setup, the models were in place and we were ready to start shooting. there was a car lift there which is used to pick the cars for oil changes. The best vantage point for the pictures was right inside of this area. So I stepped over the lift into the middle of this area. On the ground was a piece of cardboard which had been placed there to absorb any oil that might splash on the floor. When I stepped over the lift and set my foot down on this piece of oily cardboard it slipped and I went down hard. I twisted my right knee and I'm sure I stretched my ligaments pretty badly. It's all swollen up and hurts like hell. When I slipped down my camera went flying and my new lens is in three pieces. I was supposed to go to Galveston to drive my car in the Mardi Gras parade tonight, but my knee hurts too much so I've stayed home. FML
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