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Old 05-10-2007, 10:10 AM   #1
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6.70 for a 2 pack from Amazon. Buy 4 packs and get free shipping:

http://www.amazon.com/Purolator-PL14...8755288&sr=8-1

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Old 05-10-2007, 10:39 AM   #2
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Are these good filters? I don't mind buying quantity (I have 2 bikes that use the same filter as the miata, and those bikes are about to get some valvoline in them :gay.
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That's what I use....so you know it's good.
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Routinely get high marks from every forum I belong to. One of the best non-super premium (Mobil 1, Amsoil) filters if not the best.

They go for 6.00 each at most auto parts stores.

This number crosses to Suby WRX/STIs too for any multi-car owners with Suby's.

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My link is at home (I'm at work), but there was a write-up linked from m.net from a guy who dissected a bunch of oil filters that fit the Miata. His results were interesting, but found that these seemed better than most.
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Just got six PL25288s delivered to the door for $29! thanks frank
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Thanks! All 3 of my cars use the same filter...
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Old 05-11-2007, 10:32 AM   #8
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that's what I run... never had any trouble from them. I have noticed a slight pressure decrease over the stock filters though.
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that's what I run... never had any trouble from them. I have noticed a slight pressure decrease over the stock filters though.
Thats funny...I observed the opposite. Could be differences in oil viscosity too perhaps. I use Shell Rotella 15/40 or M1 15/50.
Been using Pure Ones for quite some time. Work great, no issues.
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I've never used anything but the Mazda OEM filters and Mobil1 Synth 20w50.
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Its got bits of real panther in it so you know its good
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6.70 for a 2 pack from Amazon. Buy 4 packs and get free shipping:

http://www.amazon.com/Purolator-PL14...8755288&sr=8-1

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What is a PL14612??? I've always ran a PL14610. Anyone know the difference?
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What is a PL14612??? I've always ran a PL14610. Anyone know the difference?
I think 4610 is larger then the 4612
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Old 05-12-2007, 07:00 PM   #14
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From m.net:

PL14612 : Officially specified Miata filter.
PL14610 : For '95-on V6 Mazda Millenia; longer than PL14612 and thus has larger filtering area; fits comfortably in my '01 with PS/AC.
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according to the purolator website the filters are the same except the -10 is .60" longer. (threads, relief valve, etc are all the same)
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love these filters, good price
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they've gone up to 9.88
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Its got bits of real panther in it so you know its good
HAHAHAH better musk up.
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Its got bits of real panther in it so you know its good
I gotta admit, that smells like pure gasoline.

... and big foots dick ... and a turd covered in burnt hair

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I believe Bob the oil guy did tests on most of these filters. To bad the site doesnt work any more. if someone has an updated link, send it.
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