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Old 08-29-2006, 07:30 PM
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Old 08-29-2006, 08:20 PM
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I have used the napa 1060R for 8 years now with no complaints. Napa tells me that you will no longer be able to get the 1060R, It is being replaced with the 51060R wix. And that wix makes the napa 1060R ?????????????.
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I have used the napa 1060R for 8 years now with no complaints. Napa tells me that you will no longer be able to get the 1060R, It is being replaced with the 51060R wix. And that wix makes the napa 1060R ?????????????.
Yes, the Napa 1060R are the same filters as the WIX Racing 51060R. I can get the WIX 51060R for 8.95 + shipping. Cost prohibited for only 1 but good deal for 4 or more.
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Looks like I'm switching to the WIX 51222R....
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I don't recommend the Mobil 1's if you run high oil pressures. They may filter good but mine collapsed on the first run.
I had one out of about 20 partially collapse, the center screen folded in near the top causing a noticeable loss in pressure.

They have since redesigned them and I have not had a problem so far
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Old 08-31-2006, 01:15 PM
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Fram is the only filter we use on all of our engines and have been using them many years without a lick of problem.
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Just my 2 cents.......If you ever get a chance,cut open a Fram,Wix and Purolator ( Oreilly Auto Microgaurd is made by purolator) I bet you will never use a Fram again.Oreilly Auto Parts sells Wix filter.For those of you that use the Napa Gold filters,Napa # 1060 add a 5 (51060) and thats the Wix number,fuel filter put a 3 in front (3157=33157) a 4 in front is air filter.

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Just my 2 cents.......If you ever get a chance,cut open a Fram,Wix and Purolator ( Oreilly Auto Microgaurd is made by purolator) I bet you will never use a Fram again.Oreilly Auto Parts sells Wix filter.For those of you that use the Napa Gold filters,Napa # 1060 add a 5 (51060) and thats the Wix number,fuel filter put a 3 in front (3157=33157) a 4 in front is air filter.

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Napa has been cheaper than Orileys for me .Also Napa is changing there #"s by putting a 5 in front of the #.

Also I ck on the 1060R my price on them was 5.55 each
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My remote fiter housing says to use Fram HP1. What are the pros and cons of this filter and what would be the Napa Racing number for the replacement filter.


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The Wix Racing counterpart for the Fram HP1 is a 51515R.
http://www.wixfilters.com/filterlook...sp?Part=51515R
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