Re: [DML] Specifications on Purflux LS 410C
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Re: [DML] Specifications on Purflux LS 410C

Well, the PRV doesn't have lifters.  The rocker arms ride the cams 
directly and operate the valves.  There are no lifters to rattle in a 
PRV no matter what oil filter is used.  Also, with the high capacity 
of oil that the PRV sump provides, the small amount of oil left in 
the filter is not an issue. 

I have used these filters on my car and have had zero problems, 
noise, etc.  They work great.  I'm sorry that the supply has run out 
here in N.A. but we will, somehow, survive. 

# 3002

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Hervey" <john@...> wrote:
> Marc, 
> As I said earlier the Mann and Mahle are also made in Germany. I 
> doug into it to see what the spec are, but the are a cross to the 
> The Bosch was made in the U.S. but due to quality issues they went 
back to
> Germany sometime about 2 years ago. 
> Now you know that what DMCH say's about the Purflux was the best 
filter and
> not having an anti drain back was one of the big questions. One of 
> DeLorean vendors told me they didn't like to use them because the 
> would rattle more and longer with that filter. 
> As far as pressure relief is for the time the filter stopped up and 
> pressure can be directed back to the sump.
> John Hervey

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