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Ashika oils filters #4482514
08/08/17 08:11 AM
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Superflan Offline OP
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Hi there,

I just changed oil & filter, plus air filter, on my MY'05 Toyota Yaris.

After the [censored] Klaxcar filters I had, I now put Ashika filters in. Don't know what to think, so let roll the cheese pics and see what comes out of BITOG







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Re: Ashika oils filters [Re: Superflan] #4482528
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Made in Japan I assume, or should I not...?

Re: Ashika oils filters [Re: Bottom_Feeder] #4482550
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Originally Posted By: Bottom_Feeder
Made in Japan I assume, or should I not...?


"MADE IN EXTRA-EU" grin

The address on the boxes is in Italy (lol it's written in whatever language). But where's the filter manufactured... Who knows.


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Re: Ashika oils filters [Re: Superflan] #4482601
08/08/17 09:57 AM
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A-shika. That's what you say when you realize you didn't get oem...

Re: Ashika oils filters [Re: Superflan] #4482655
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^^^ LOL

Re: Ashika oils filters [Re: Superflan] #4482699
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Typical white box Chinese filter. They are everywhere where relablers can get their hands on and slap on their own name, etc.


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Re: Ashika oils filters [Re: Superflan] #4482718
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Here's a youtube post use dissection. Construction looks decent and similar to the China made filters posted. But without some confirmation can't say coo definitively.



Re: Ashika oils filters [Re: Superflan] #4482777
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^^^ The can on that filter looks pretty thick.

Re: Ashika oils filters [Re: Superflan] #4482778
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http://ashika.it/

THat corporate-oriented website is interesting


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Re: Ashika oils filters [Re: ZeeOSix] #4482817
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Originally Posted By: ZeeOSix
..The can on that filter looks pretty thick.

Yes it does. Makes me wonder if perhaps some of that is overlap of metal to the inside with the cutting of the can.

Also in addition to the dome leaf spring, the filter uses an extra coil spring on the adbv area. I don't remember seeing that in China made filters posted.

Re: Ashika oils filters [Re: Superflan] #4482845
08/08/17 02:20 PM
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I believe there are too many quality brands of oil filters to bother with Asian made filters that are sold by an Italian distributor. I think the Premium Guard brand would even be a better choice.


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Re: Ashika oils filters [Re: Sayjac] #4482849
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Originally Posted By: Sayjac
Originally Posted By: ZeeOSix
..The can on that filter looks pretty thick.

Yes it does. Makes me wonder if perhaps some of that is overlap of metal to the inside with the cutting of the can.


Yep, there looks to be some overlap of metal from the cutting, but the can still looks very thick accounting for that. There wouldn't be that much metal overlap if it was a thin can.

Re: Ashika oils filters [Re: Superflan] #4482869
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Originally Posted By: Superflan
Originally Posted By: Bottom_Feeder
Made in Japan I assume, or should I not...?


"MADE IN EXTRA-EU" grin

The address on the boxes is in Italy (lol it's written in whatever language). But where's the filter manufactured... Who knows.


Quote:
Extra-EU refers to transactions with all countries outside of the EU


Extra EU definition
For the LOLs. Coffee2

Last edited by ltslimjim; 08/08/17 03:07 PM.

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Re: Ashika oils filters [Re: Superflan] #4482875
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Ashika is a Japanparts brand of filters. Japanparts is Italian company that covers Asian vehicles. Extra EU means outside of European Union. Like China.

Last edited by chrisri; 08/08/17 03:16 PM.

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Re: Ashika oils filters [Re: Superflan] #4482906
08/08/17 04:00 PM
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andyd Online content
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Does the Ashika weigh more, or less than the previous filter? I don't know filters, but weight means robust. hide


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