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Old 04-26-2003, 04:56 AM   #1
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Default b18c JDM oil filter part #

I bought a oil filter for a us integra gsr and it is smaller than the one that came of the jdm engine. I bought a fram ph3593. is this the right one? what filter and part# is everybody else using?
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Default Re: b18c JDM oil filter part # (legutki)

.....would also like to know? new to me, i thought they were all the same?
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Default Re: b18c JDM oil filter part # (legutki)

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I bought a oil filter for a us integra gsr and it is smaller than the one that came of the jdm engine. I bought a fram ph3593 . is this the right one? what filter and part# is everybody else using?
it's the right one. you'll be fine with that filter unless you're **** about it and must have a oem honda piece.
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Default Re: b18c JDM oil filter part # (sleeperciv)

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Default Re: b18c JDM oil filter part # (legutki)

I've used the regular Fram PH3593A oil filter on every Civic/Integra motor I've owned: B18C1, B18B1, D16Y7, D15Z1, etc. they are all the same.
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Default Re: b18c JDM oil filter part # (VTECVillain)

Here's what Tom said when i asked him:

"Actually yes some of the JDM motors come with the smaller filter like found on the newest Civics, RS-Xs, and CR-Vs. The diameter of the rubber seal on the bottom of the filter (where the filter seals against the oil filter housing) is the exact same as the normal PT7-style 1988-2000 Civic ones or Integra ones, Accord ones, etc.

Basically what I'm saying is that bigger ans smaller filters are pretty much interchangable and I've *heard* that the smaller filter *could* up oil pressure some, but I'm not really sure if that's true or not. I guess it's possible since the filter is smaller, but oh well."

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Default Re: b18c JDM oil filter part # (Si-G93)

They are all the same and the oem honda one is made by fram so it doesnt really matter. 3593a yo. If youre feeling **** about it pick up a K and N for it. Click the image to open in full size.
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Default Re: b18c JDM oil filter part # (jDmDxTuRd)

I think this JDM fad has now gone a little too far. It should be the same filter as the '95 GSr for instance.
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Default Re: b18c JDM oil filter part # (VTECVillain)

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I've used the regular Fram PH3593A oil filter on every Civic/Integra motor I've owned: B18C1, B18B1, D16Y7, D15Z1, etc. they are all the same.
same here. had lots left from my D16Z6 Click the image to open in full size.
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