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Oil Filter for high mileage Coyote #5350275 02/14/20 08:07 PM
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I have a 2012 F150, with the 5.0 coyote, with 213k miles on the clock. I have a bit, yet, till I need to change my oil, but wanted to look into maybe getting a better filter, for my next change. Currently been using supertech filters. What would you recommend?

Re: Oil Filter for high mileage Coyote [Re: logain] #5350311 02/14/20 08:57 PM
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Supertech is fine. Fram Ultra if you want “the best.” Mobil1 if you want a sturdy can.

It doesn’t really matter. Which logo and color do you like better?

Re: Oil Filter for high mileage Coyote [Re: logain] #5350399 02/14/20 11:20 PM
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Originally Posted by logain
I have a 2012 F150, with the 5.0 coyote, with 213k miles on the clock. I have a bit, yet, till I need to change my oil, but wanted to look into maybe getting a better filter, for my next change. Currently been using supertech filters. What would you recommend?


You made it over 200k doing what you did and it worked. I'm waiting for people to ask you advice instead. Nice job. Only go Fram Ultra or M1 if your planning a much longer interval.


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Re: Oil Filter for high mileage Coyote [Re: logain] #5350406 02/14/20 11:30 PM
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Use whatever Ford recommends.


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Re: Oil Filter for high mileage Coyote [Re: logain] #5350477 02/15/20 04:31 AM
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The FL500s filters seem to hold up much better than the FL820s...I think the 500s is what's used on the 5.0. Otherwise, a Fram TG or Ultra

Re: Oil Filter for high mileage Coyote [Re: logain] #5350641 02/15/20 09:23 AM
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2007 Ford Fusion 253,000 miles
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2017 Ford Fusion 86K
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M1 ATF and M1 LV HP ATF
M1 10-30 in all OPE
MC filters

Re: Oil Filter for high mileage Coyote [Re: logain] #5350646 02/15/20 09:30 AM
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WIX, Hastings, Fram Ultra, OE.
MOST IMPORTANTLY:
Helical threaded fastener that extended drain stuff.

Yes, yes....if you can afford tests to affirm your old oil is still good then extend all you like.....for the rest of us, keep it clean.

Re: Oil Filter for high mileage Coyote [Re: logain] #5350657 02/15/20 09:39 AM
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I cant speak for the FL500S. But after having two FL820S filter failures in 10 years, I switched to Wix. This is for my 330,000 mile 4.6 F-150.

Re: Oil Filter for high mileage Coyote [Re: logain] #5350674 02/15/20 09:54 AM
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Re: Oil Filter for high mileage Coyote [Re: TXCarGeek] #5350820 02/15/20 01:22 PM
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Originally Posted by TXCarGeek
The FL500s filters seem to hold up much better than the FL820s...I think the 500s is what's used on the 5.0. Otherwise, a Fram TG or Ultra

+1


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Re: Oil Filter for high mileage Coyote [Re: Michael_P] #5351198 02/15/20 09:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Michael_P
I cant speak for the FL500S. But after having two FL820S filter failures in 10 years, I switched to Wix. This is for my 330,000 mile 4.6 F-150.

The 820s seem to be the dud of MC filters. However I have used the 910s for many years and haven't seen a failure yet. The same with the FL 2017 b cartridge.


2007 Ford Fusion 253,000 miles
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2017 Ford Fusion 86K
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M1 10-30 in all OPE
MC filters

Re: Oil Filter for high mileage Coyote [Re: logain] #5351373 02/16/20 05:19 AM
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Another vote for the Motorcraft FL500S. That's what I use on my '18 Mustang GT.


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Re: Oil Filter for high mileage Coyote [Re: logain] #5351382 02/16/20 05:34 AM
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I really like the ST filters. Solid 10k filters and cheaper than the ultra. The nitrile rubber seems to do an excellent job on “extended” OCI’s too. Still pliable at the end of it’s service life. No reason to change IMO as it’s a solid design and used for AC Delco filters.

Since this is the oil filter forum, I’ll spare you all the grief, but I’d probably start running a HM oil at this mileage. See my Bar’s Stop leak success story thread for more details.


03 Jeep WJ 4.0 202k Edge 10w40 HM Fram XG16
02 Volvo S60 2.4T 195k M1 0w40 Mahle OX149D
97 Chvy Blazer 4.3 158k M1 EP 10w30 Supertech ST3980

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Originally Posted by dlundblad
I really like the ST filters. Solid 10k filters and cheaper than the ultra. The nitrile rubber seems to do an excellent job on “extended” OCI’s too. Still pliable at the end of it’s service life. No reason to change IMO as it’s a solid design and used for AC Delco filters.

Since this is the oil filter forum, I’ll spare you all the grief, but I’d probably start running a HM oil at this mileage. See my Bar’s Stop leak success story thread for more details.

I would use the revised Fram orange can before using the latest version STech's.


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Re: Oil Filter for high mileage Coyote [Re: Lubener] #5351448 02/16/20 07:36 AM
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Originally Posted by dlundblad
I really like the ST filters. Solid 10k filters and cheaper than the ultra. The nitrile rubber seems to do an excellent job on “extended” OCI’s too. Still pliable at the end of it’s service life. No reason to change IMO as it’s a solid design and used for AC Delco filters.

Since this is the oil filter forum, I’ll spare you all the grief, but I’d probably start running a HM oil at this mileage. See my Bar’s Stop leak success story thread for more details.

I would use the revised Fram orange can before using the latest version STech's.


Both are fine filters, but what causes you to come to this conclusion?

I would argue the ST will come out less wavy, but aside from that I can’t see a reason to use one vs the other.


03 Jeep WJ 4.0 202k Edge 10w40 HM Fram XG16
02 Volvo S60 2.4T 195k M1 0w40 Mahle OX149D
97 Chvy Blazer 4.3 158k M1 EP 10w30 Supertech ST3980

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