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Old 11-23-2009   #1
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Default RB Oil Filter Stud

Just throwing this out there for any of you.

you can throw the oil filter straight onto the block here if needed.
Not recommended this is more for building a slimmer oil cooler setup as you can get rid of the oil filter pedestal with built in heat exchanger.

part number 15213-21001
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Old 11-23-2009   #2
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Default Re: RB Oil Filter Stud

this is the stock piece on the block
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Old 11-26-2009   #3
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Default Re: RB Oil Filter Stud

You can also order them from rawbrokerage.com, never knew there was a nissan part.

Getting rid of that stock heat exchanger gave me a lot more room under the intake manifold.
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Old 12-03-2009   #4
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yeah got the same part as you from Ricky at rawbrokage ... running a greddy thermo sandwitch plate and oil cooler ... alot more room under there
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Old 12-03-2009   #5
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Default Re: RB Oil Filter Stud

if i use this to get rid of my oil filter pedestal on an rb26 what do i put on after that i can run a cooler from?
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Old 12-04-2009   #6
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Default Re: RB Oil Filter Stud

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if i use this to get rid of my oil filter pedestal on an rb26 what do i put on after that i can run a cooler from?
www.batinc.net carries a large supply of anything you would need for oil filter take-off, relocation, cooling, etc.

http://97.74.103.94/files/sp1t.pdf

Look at part number SP1T... it is a sandwich plate adaptor with a built in thermostat to properly control oil temperatures. As long as the RB26 is the same as other Nissans with a filter thread pitch of 3/4-16 this will work. If not, the SP1FT is 20mm, which is the other less common Nissan size.

This of course is just an option to the all to common greedy piece.
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Old 12-04-2009   #7
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i used the greddy sandwitch plate / oil cooler for the sr20det ... but the GTR oil filter doesn't work anymore so i use a sr20 filter ... not the same thread pitch
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i used the greddy sandwitch plate / oil cooler for the sr20det ... but the GTR oil filter doesn't work anymore so i use a sr20 filter ... not the same thread pitch
Well, the SR is one of the 20mm filters, so I guess the GTR is 3/4-16 just like most other Nissans.
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Old 12-23-2009   #9
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necroposting but I always used a KA24 filter, whatever they work out to.
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Old 12-24-2009   #10
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If someone is looking for a smaller filter that fits the 2JZ-GTE oil filter is the exact same threads and everything. Fram # PH3614( I don't use fram personally).
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Anyone have a lead on a 3/4-16 stud that's shorter?
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no name stud
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...m=360160611836

block and stud, stud looks a bit nicer
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...m=370320329946
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Thread revival, any tips for how to get the old stud out? I've tried tons of tools, broke a screw driver and cracked a pry bar
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