Question about 1998 Ford Mustang
A bypass oil filtration system could help to extend your engine life significantly.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
I done some reaserch for you. Theres a HIGH PERFORMANCE RACING FRAM HP-6A , with Full Flow Spin On (the Fit is same as Your as Far as The Mounting.
It does'nt have a Anti-Drain Valve which means it Filters All your Oil ,Some are Built with this If Pressure gets up So High ,This Anti Drain Valve Opens and Returns it to the Pan.
The Filter Height is 6.23 "
The Mounting OD is 1 1/2 " x 12 Threads per. Inch.
The O.D. of Oil Filter Its Self is 4.63.
It dies have a Relief Valve that is Set to Open at 22 PSI.
Or theres a K&N - HP-2010 Filter thats Close but has the Anti Drain Valve
From what the Specs are I would go with the Fram Racing Filter HP-6A Now they make a HP-6 ,But this one with the A represents it has the Drain Back Feature.
I hope this Helps you out . Please let me Know by Voting on the Quaily of my Solution i've Given You.
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Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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