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bypass oil filter for Powerstroke 6.7 diesel #4245441
11/09/16 12:20 PM
11/09/16 12:20 PM
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Donald Offline OP
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I was looking at this one on ebay

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ford-Powerstroke-6-7-2011-2016-bypass-oil-filter-/322280815826?hash=item4b096efcd2:m:mLnY2rJIC12t8picwpZby2A&vxp=mtr


I think the hoses are better grade, no drilling, custom bracket - not universal, simpler install.

The only benefit to the Amsoil bypass kit for Powerstroke 6.7 is both filters are under the hood, easy to get to.

Amsoil costs more I believe.

Last edited by Donald; 11/09/16 12:28 PM.

2015 Subaru Forester 2.5 engine/CVT
2015 Ford F250 w/Powerstroke
2016 Subaru Crosstrek CVT (wife's)
Re: bypass oil filter for Powerstroke 6.7 diesel [Re: Donald] #4245538
11/09/16 03:53 PM
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I sent you a PM.

Re: bypass oil filter for Powerstroke 6.7 diesel [Re: Donald] #4245866
11/10/16 06:45 AM
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That's from oil charge systems..... Good stuff, high quality.
More info on their website, google it.
No affiliation, a satisfied customer.


beanoil: Tough under heat, real dirty afterwards.
Re: bypass oil filter for Powerstroke 6.7 diesel [Re: beanoil] #4245916
11/10/16 08:06 AM
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Donald Offline OP
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Originally Posted By: beanoil
That's from oil charge systems..... Good stuff, high quality.
More info on their website, google it.
No affiliation, a satisfied customer.


I remember getting a brochure from them around 1989 (guess) about an add-on oil pump that would pressurize the oil system before you started and could run for a few minutes after shutdown if you had a turbo. Never bought it. No extra $$ back then.


2015 Subaru Forester 2.5 engine/CVT
2015 Ford F250 w/Powerstroke
2016 Subaru Crosstrek CVT (wife's)
Re: bypass oil filter for Powerstroke 6.7 diesel [Re: Donald] #4253035
11/19/16 04:35 PM
11/19/16 04:35 PM
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Why a bypass filter?


2015 Ford F150 2.7
2018 Ford F350 6.2
Re: bypass oil filter for Powerstroke 6.7 diesel [Re: Donald] #4808220
07/08/18 08:41 AM
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Back from the dead. The 6.7 now has a very easy way for a bypass return that will not break the bank.
A cap to AN10 fitting from Backwoods Diesel and an AN10 to AN4 from Earls does the trick.






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Re: bypass oil filter for Powerstroke 6.7 diesel [Re: Donald] #4895268
10/13/18 02:45 AM
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I can't find an under the hood kit or anything for the 6.7 because i guess there's no room or mounting location there. All quality filters are frame mounts like this https://insanediesel.com/products/ford-6-7l-bypass-oil-filter-frame-mount-kit/ . I'm getting a filter from this company soon and will document my install for a 4Runner and a Powerstroke.

Re: bypass oil filter for Powerstroke 6.7 diesel [Re: Donald] #4898341
10/16/18 11:26 PM
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Nope, no under hood room on the 6.7 . Too much torque under there taking up space.


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