Fram HP4 High Performance Racing Oil Filter, Chevy
Universal Fit, 13/16"-16 Thread Pitch, 5.75" Overall Height, 3.69" Outside Diameter
Fram Racing oil filters have a heavy-duty steel body construction to resist high pressure surges and external impact. Rated at 10 GPM with a maximum 200 psi operating pressure.
The HP4 is the common Chevy replacement and will work with both our remote oil filter brackets and be a stock OEM filter replacement for Chevy applications.
- 13/16"-16 thread pitch
- Low-restriction racing media designed for high oil flow
- Spiral-shaped center tube to provide protection against collapse
- Heavy gauge steel tapping plate to withstand high pressure flexing
- Screen-over bypass valve to provide additional protection against larger contaminants
- Relief valve developed uniquely for high oil flow racing conditions
- Product Type: Full-Flow Lube Spin-on
- Anti-Drain Valve: Yes
- Gasket Thickness: .34"
- Relief Valve Setting: 22 PSI
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