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[Cut Open] Wix 57356 - Virgin - M+H #4642023
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Re: [Cut Open] Wix 57356 - Virgin - M+H [Re: DuckRyder] #4642052
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what is the date code on the top of the can? I see some rust, which could indicate an old filter.

Re: [Cut Open] Wix 57356 - Virgin - M+H [Re: slacktide_bitog] #4642068
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Originally Posted By: slacktide_bitog
what is the date code on the top of the can? I see some rust, which could indicate an old filter.


Sorry forgot those the first time:



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Re: [Cut Open] Wix 57356 - Virgin - M+H [Re: DuckRyder] #4642081
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Originally Posted By: DuckRyder
Originally Posted By: slacktide_bitog
what is the date code on the top of the can? I see some rust, which could indicate an old filter.


Sorry forgot those the first time:



Thank you thumbsup

12/04/17

only about 6 weeks old, and the end caps are already rusting mad

Re: [Cut Open] Wix 57356 - Virgin - M+H [Re: DuckRyder] #4642096
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I was wondering what you were seeing, that isnt rust - it is glue on the end cap on this one.


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Re: [Cut Open] Wix 57356 - Virgin - M+H [Re: DuckRyder] #4642156
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Originally Posted By: DuckRyder
....that isnt rust - it is glue on the end cap on this one.

Thanks for correcting that mis-observation. Looks/looked like some minor potting to me too. These have been my go to in Napa Gold form, 7356. Using one now that has been in my stash for awhile and has dome bypass.

When Wix changed the baseplate from the 51356 design to the topic 57356 for Honda, they started with nitrile adbv and dome bypass. Pretty quickly went to silicone adbv and dome bypass, what I'm currently using. And the latest is the topic form, silicone adbv and Wix traditional thread end bypass. So far in my experience, M&H hasn't screwed them up. Knock wood.

Thanks for c&p.

Re: [Cut Open] Wix 57356 - Virgin - M+H [Re: DuckRyder] #4642775
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Wow, a LOT of real estate in the can is consumed by a spring and relief valve.

I think I'll stick with filter designs that use a larger element.


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Re: [Cut Open] Wix 57356 - Virgin - M+H [Re: DuckRyder] #4642850
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Never liked that relief valve design with metal on metal sealing that takes up room which could be used for filter material.

Re: [Cut Open] Wix 57356 - Virgin - M+H [Re: DuckRyder] #4642863
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They use real estate on the Wix, but when it's dropped the coil spring doesn't stay deformed, it acts like a spring should act. After the rattler stories I can see why a coil spring has advantages. On the base end, the adbv has plenty of room to open, is the bright side of it. Always look on the bright side. smile

Thanks for more very clear pics of oil filters.

Re: [Cut Open] Wix 57356 - Virgin - M+H [Re: Linctex] #4643216
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Originally Posted By: Linctex
Wow, a LOT of real estate in the can is consumed by a spring and relief valve.

I think I'll stick with filter designs that use a larger element.


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They should've made the cam a bit longer to have the same amount of media as, say, a Fram 7317

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