Go with the K&N filters.
Anti drain back valve.
Following filters will work with the GT6 spin on and clear the steering
Oil Filter Fram CHP3682, K&N's # HP1002
You have to remove the whole setup to do a filter change, but still
Oil cooler setup is slight more involved.
http://gt6.ca/07/0919b/slides/DSCN2633.html with Fram (I use for winter
On 21 February 2011 05:48, <TRDOCTOR@aol.com> wrote:
> I was trying to eliminate the drain back of oil when not running, but, I
> guess that I will just stick with the canister even though it is a PITA to
> change the filter. I'll just make sure that I have a good filter. The
> I put in there was a VB brand (whatever that is) but in the future I will
> stock up on some others.
> When we bought the car I was sure that it was the same filter as the TR6,
> ince it is the same configuration, but that turned out not to be the case.
> The TR6 filter is bigger in diameter and deeper.
> Sam and Carol Clark
> Green Country Triumphs (Tulsa)
> Just stick with the original filter. My mechanic says they're better for
> reasons. I know lots of folks love the spin on, so I'm not trying to start
> big thread on which is better. Just my opinion.
> Sloane :)
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