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oil filter #4783026
06/10/18 11:34 AM
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dabo72 Offline OP
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which oil filter would you recommend on a 2017 5.3 silverado. Running valvoline 0w-20 and change oil every 5000. thx.

Re: oil filter [Re: dabo72] #4783033
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Just get whatever you feel like spending money on. You are about to be bombarded with an argument about every filter out there and then the bypass pressure.


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Re: oil filter [Re: dabo72] #4783037
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The best oil filter is a quality air filter and sealed intake plumbing.


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Re: oil filter [Re: dabo72] #4783041
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One that has the 22psi by-pass setting as required by GM. AC/Delco will serve well for 5k oil changes.


2002 Silverado 5.3 0w-20 AMSOILģ
Re: oil filter [Re: Rat407] #4783051
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Originally Posted By: Rat407
One that has the 22psi by-pass setting as required by GM.


But is it truly a REQUIREMENT?

Not any that I have heard of.


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Re: oil filter [Re: dabo72] #4783057
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Originally Posted By: dabo72
which oil filter would you recommend on a 2017 5.3 silverado. Running valvoline 0w-20 and change oil every 5000. thx.

NAPA Gold 100255 or Wix WL10255 has the correct bypass pressure threshold (GM requires it) and its better than the AC-Delco lower quality oil filters.
You can also use the Fram Racing HP19, having a 4548-12 efficiency almost the same as the Wix-NAPAgold's, and better than AC-Delco, with very rugged construction.

Originally Posted By: Linctex
Originally Posted By: Rat407
One that has the 22psi by-pass setting as required by GM.
But is it truly a REQUIREMENT? Not any that I have heard of.

Yes, requirement for warranty engine claims. https://www.corvetteforum.com/forums/att...f-pf64-pf48.pdf They could potentially deny warranty coverage if you have a problem.
Plus, during the winter especially, we all want to avoid bypass events, right?! Makes sense, and GM engineers are saying it, so just do it.

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Re: oil filter [Re: Linctex] #4783059
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Originally Posted By: Linctex
[quote=Rat407]One that has the 22psi by-pass setting as required by GM.


But is it truly a REQUIREMENT?


Not any that I have heard of.[/quote

In 2014 the oil pressure in the Gen V gengines like the OPís was raised from 40 psi at highway speed
to 60 psi at highway speed. At that time they raised the bypass pressure setting to 22 psi. The reasoning is straight forward. At the higher pump rate they didnít want to prematurely cause the filter to go into the bypass mode. GM also lengthend the filter for more cross sectional area across the filter to lower the pressure drop across the filter to combat this.

Last edited by Snagglefoot; 06/10/18 12:21 PM.

If you want the job done right......do it yourself.
Re: oil filter [Re: Linctex] #4783063
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Originally Posted By: Linctex
Originally Posted By: Rat407
One that has the 22psi by-pass setting as required by GM.


But is it truly a REQUIREMENT?

Not any that I have heard of.


There's a TSB from GM about using filters with a higher bypass setting, and their reason why - the reason has been questioned however. It's been posted in this forum a few times in the last couple months.

Re: oil filter [Re: Snagglefoot] #4783068
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Originally Posted By: Snagglefoot
In 2014 the oil pressure in the Gen V gengines like the OPís was raised from 40 psi at highway speed
to 60 psi at highway speed. At that time they raised the bypass pressure setting to 22 psi. The reasoning is straight forward. At the higher pump rate they didnít want to prematurely cause the filter to go into the bypass mode. GM also lengthend the filter for more cross sectional area across the filter to lower the pressure drop across the filter to combat this.
I posted the PDF file link above (edited my post) and if you read it, you'll see the engineers refer to the new placement of the oil pressure sensor, and its corresponding control algorithm, among other things, to create the need for a 22 psi (high) pressure bypass.

Re: oil filter [Re: oil_film_movies] #4783074
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Originally Posted By: oil_film_movies
Originally Posted By: Snagglefoot
In 2014 the oil pressure in the Gen V gengines like the OPís was raised from 40 psi at highway speed
to 60 psi at highway speed. At that time they raised the bypass pressure setting to 22 psi. The reasoning is straight forward. At the higher pump rate they didnít want to prematurely cause the filter to go into the bypass mode. GM also lengthend the filter for more cross sectional area across the filter to lower the pressure drop across the filter to combat this.
I posted the PDF file link above (edited my post) and if you read it, you'll see the engineers refer to the new placement of the oil pressure sensor, and its corresponding control algorithm, among other things, to create the need for a 22 psi (high) pressure bypass.


Thanks for the link. I think we agree, but I would rephrase your sentence to ďamount other things, resulted in the need for a 22 psi (high) pressure bypass.


If you want the job done right......do it yourself.
Re: oil filter [Re: Snagglefoot] #4783090
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The GM TSB basically says the change to a higher filter bypass is because of increased cold start-up bypass events with a lower bypass setting with the new oiling system design.

Re: oil filter [Re: dabo72] #4783093
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Re: oil filter [Re: dabo72] #4783096
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I can make a suggestion in five months and twenty days.That is if I'm still round

Re: oil filter [Re: Yah-Tah-Hey] #4783193
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Hey... I hope you are still around "D" friend.

That manufacturer does make very good spark plugs and air filters. In fact that plugs are OEM for my car.


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Re: oil filter [Re: dabo72] #4783245
06/10/18 04:59 PM
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I would use a Delco with a car that new under warranty. But otherwise the Fram HP series sounds like a really good heavy duty filter. Your engine probably can put some serious flow through a filter under the right conditions. If I had a truck with room for one, I would put a Frantz on in addition. 2cents

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