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OEM Oil filters model for CX-5

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Old 02-13-2019, 07:41 PM
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After doing a online research about which mazda oil filter is the best for a CX-5, i'll like to hear from you guys.

1. 1WPE-14-302
2. PE01-14-302A-MV
 
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Old 02-16-2019, 08:07 AM
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What engine do you have ? I saw a bulletin for the Mazda 2.5 L, where it said specifically use a Mazda oil filter.. I'm NOT suggesting you can't use another brand, I'm just saying if you wanted to use a Mazda oil filter, the bulletin was saying do not use just any Mazda oil filter use one specifically for the 2.5
 
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Old 02-16-2019, 08:13 AM
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This falls under the heading of "Over Thinking" things. Regardless of whether you use a Mazda oil filter, a Fram, Wix, Napa, Pure, STP, Champion, K&N, or Mobil1, the longevity of your engine will not change.
 
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Well said !
 
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Old 02-16-2019, 09:22 AM
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If the worst filter (Fram) is the same at preventing engine wear as the best filters (K&N and Mobil-1) then why not just bypass oil filtration all-together since by the logic presented it does nothing to extend engine life anyway! This fly's in the face of automotive engineering and common sense.
 
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But that isn't actually what was said ..
 
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Old 02-16-2019, 10:17 AM
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2013 - 2.0 engine
 
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Old 02-16-2019, 10:28 AM
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Originally Posted by 3carmonte View Post
If the worst filter (Fram) is the same at preventing engine wear as the best filters (K&N and Mobil-1) then why not just bypass oil filtration all-together since by the logic presented it does nothing to extend engine life anyway! This fly's in the face of automotive engineering and common sense.
Sorry, but it appears you buy more into urban legend than science. Show me a single scientifically competent study which shows engine wear is increased when using a Fram filter versus a Mobil 1. Here's a hint; you will not be able to find one.
 
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Old 02-16-2019, 01:33 PM
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Sorry, but it appears you buy more into urban legend than science. Show me a single scientifically competent study which shows engine wear is increased when using a Fram filter versus a Mobil 1. Here's a hint; you will not be able to find one.
From 1988. https://www.upmpg.com/tech_articles/...udy/index.html
 
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Originally Posted by 3carmonte View Post
Sorry, your link is a fail from so many perspectives I wouldn't know where to start. Simply put, it in no way suggests a Fram (or other low end automotive filter) will reduce engine life in any way shape or form.
 

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