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#3158282 - 10/16/13 10:54 PM Hyundai OEM Filter specs
jdmstr22 Offline


Registered: 12/04/12
Posts: 275
Loc: Illinois
Found some info in this video feel free to contribute if youknow more specs.

Hyundai spin on filter #26300~35503

Media area ~ 1,120 cm2
Efficiency Ratio~ 99.2% @ 50 UM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEfmPFRaoNo
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#3158286 - 10/16/13 11:00 PM Re: Hyundai OEM Filter specs [Re: jdmstr22]
gregk24 Offline


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Cool! Nice to finally see the Hyundai oil filter specs. Also a fairly inefficient OEM filter.
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#3158303 - 10/16/13 11:32 PM Re: Hyundai OEM Filter specs [Re: jdmstr22]
Rylan Offline


Registered: 09/10/13
Posts: 145
Loc: NV
Wow, I didn't know knockoff oil filters were a thing.

A few years back, I did buy a 6-pack of Hyundai oil filters off Ebay. I think they were from a dealership, but hopefully they were the real deal. Used them all up with the recommended 7,500 mile OCI when I was under warranty.

I've since gone back to Purolator filters because they're easier to find.
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#3158418 - 10/17/13 06:13 AM Re: Hyundai OEM Filter specs [Re: jdmstr22]
Sayjac Offline


Registered: 10/13/08
Posts: 12091
Loc: The Old North State
Funny, I've watch this Hyundai yt several times and never paid attention to the efficiency spec listed.

Safe to say though at 99.2% > 50um, most any of the major( Fram, Purolator, Wix/NG) oil filters maker's silicone adbv filters are more efficient than the oem.

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#3158478 - 10/17/13 07:45 AM Re: Hyundai OEM Filter specs [Re: jdmstr22]
Oldasco Offline


Registered: 11/01/12
Posts: 201
Loc: Florida
Like they say in the YouTube video at 1:00, you can easily spot fake filters by looking for misspellings in Korean warning label on filters. Easy only if you can read Korean! smile

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEfmPFRaoNo

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#3158526 - 10/17/13 08:46 AM Re: Hyundai OEM Filter specs [Re: jdmstr22]
Flareside302 Offline


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Idk what brand filter they using to show "fake" but looks like they dropped it in water to screw the pleats up.. Lol...
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#3158657 - 10/17/13 10:48 AM Re: Hyundai OEM Filter specs [Re: jdmstr22]
KCJeep Offline


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Aha! Many here have suspected that Hyundia/KIA was using the spaghetti strainer filters like Honda and Toyota. Now we know it is true and not just speculation.

I bet this is part of the "Hyundai knock" syndrome on some of their vehicles with aftermarket filters.
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#3158702 - 10/17/13 11:24 AM Re: Hyundai OEM Filter specs [Re: Sayjac]
ZeeOSix Offline


Registered: 07/22/10
Posts: 17208
Loc: PNW
Originally Posted By: sayjac
Safe to say though at 99.2% > 50um, most any of the major( Fram, Purolator, Wix/NG) oil filters maker's silicone adbv filters are more efficient than the oem.


Yep, seems those major brand filters are always more efficient than the major OEM brands (Honda, Toyota, Honda, etc).
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#3158708 - 10/17/13 11:26 AM Re: Hyundai OEM Filter specs [Re: KCJeep]
ZeeOSix Offline


Registered: 07/22/10
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Originally Posted By: KCJeep
Aha! Many here have suspected that Hyundia/KIA was using the spaghetti strainer filters like Honda and Toyota. Now we know it is true and not just speculation.

I bet this is part of the "Hyundai knock" syndrome on some of their vehicles with aftermarket filters.


I think the "Hyundia Knock" has more to do with weak oil pumps, leaky ADBVs and sensitive oiling systems than it has to do with filters. I also believe some of the "HK" might be related to people inadvertently using counterfeit filters that are complete junk.

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#3159030 - 10/17/13 04:20 PM Re: Hyundai OEM Filter specs [Re: ZeeOSix]
jdmstr22 Offline


Registered: 12/04/12
Posts: 275
Loc: Illinois
Originally Posted By: ZeeOSix
Originally Posted By: KCJeep
Aha! Many here have suspected that Hyundia/KIA was using the spaghetti strainer filters like Honda and Toyota. Now we know it is true and not just speculation.

I bet this is part of the "Hyundai knock" syndrome on some of their vehicles with aftermarket filters.


I think the "Hyundia Knock" has more to do with weak oil pumps, leaky ADBVs and sensitive oiling systems than it has to do with filters. I also believe some of the "HK" might be related to people inadvertently using counterfeit filters that are complete junk.


I heard that its a very sensetive oiling system. My sonata is quite picky about its filters always much quieter on OEM.
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#3159165 - 10/17/13 06:38 PM Re: Hyundai OEM Filter specs [Re: jdmstr22]
Errtt Offline


Registered: 11/14/10
Posts: 2799
Loc: California
And I just bought another stash of Hyundai OEM filters. Got em from the local Hyundai dealer. Heavy for the size.

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#3283815 - 02/16/14 08:25 AM Hyundai OEM Filter specs youtube edit. [Re: jdmstr22]
Sayjac Offline


Registered: 10/13/08
Posts: 12091
Loc: The Old North State
While looking for some H/K oem filter specs, I was brought to this thread and the youtube from which those specs are obtained. Upon further inspection, I noticed something about the youtube at 1:32 of the video. While the video shows ~99%>50um for the Hyundai oem, the sound appears to have edited/clipped out the micron level for the filters' efficiency. It seems fairly obvious now, and perhaps a reason why after watching this yt before I never noticed/noted the efficiency. I'm now thinking the quoted efficiency spec is unreliable. Could be better, or worse, but I wouldn't quote the yt now as an authoritative source for H/K oil filter efficiency. My .02

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEfmPFRaoNo

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#3284156 - 02/16/14 02:12 PM Re: Hyundai OEM Filter specs youtube edit. [Re: Sayjac]
ZeeOSix Offline


Registered: 07/22/10
Posts: 17208
Loc: PNW
Originally Posted By: sayjac
While looking for some H/K oem filter specs, I was brought to this thread and the youtube from which those specs are obtained. Upon further inspection, I noticed something about the youtube at 1:32 of the video. While the video shows ~99%>50um for the Hyundai oem, the sound appears to have edited/clipped out the micron level for the filters' efficiency.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEfmPFRaoNo


Even though the video speaker only said the genuine filter "showed a 99% filtration rate at filtration tests", the visual in the video showed the little chart with "99.2% > 50 microns". It think the H/K oil filters are right in there with Honda and Toyota as seen on the Amsoil filtration comparison bar chart that's posted frequently.

Also, I was kind of surprised in the video segment 1:05~1:15 that they said the coil spring used in the fake filters "when under pressure is more likely to cause oil leaks". Guess I don't see the mechanism involved to say why that would be.
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#3284432 - 02/16/14 06:29 PM Re: Hyundai OEM Filter specs youtube edit. [Re: ZeeOSix]
Sayjac Offline


Registered: 10/13/08
Posts: 12091
Loc: The Old North State
I saw the filtration spec listed, I'm just not familiar with the phraseolology, " 'at' filtration tests". Must be some kind of Korean expression/interpretation that gets lost in translation. So perhaps not an edit.

I agree that a coil spring would be no less able to the element and adbv in place and firmly against the base plate. In fact, Wix and Baldwin/Clarcor would beg to differ. It is curious that all China made oil filters have coil retainers though.

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#3284453 - 02/16/14 06:43 PM Re: Hyundai OEM Filter specs youtube edit. [Re: Sayjac]
ZeeOSix Offline


Registered: 07/22/10
Posts: 17208
Loc: PNW
Originally Posted By: sayjac
I agree that a coil spring would be no less able to the element and adbv in place and firmly against the base plate. In fact, Wix and Baldwin/Clarcor would beg to differ. It is curious that all China made oil filters have coil retainers though.


Yep, I would think a big heavy coil spring would be more reliable (unlike maybe some cheaply made leaf springs), and not allow the guts of the filter to come loose.
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