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This seems to be a good combination keeping the stock filter clean; Nicktane Pre Filter and Primrose additive. The stock filter has the same dirty stripe on the back side. I forgot to take pictures of the inside of the filter cans. They were very clean with no signs of water or rust. :D
 

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Looks good, almost looks like you can run that Cat another 10-15K

I am not sure if you could run the OEM that long. It's amazing though, the dirt that passes the Cat.

I change my lift pump pre filter and OEM every 10K and the post-Mega 40K.
 

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SS396;1551214; said:
Looks good, almost looks like you can run that Cat another 10-15K

I am not sure if you could run the OEM that long. It's amazing though, the dirt that passes the Cat.

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I am surprised that much made it threw the CAT.
 

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coldLBZ;1551197; said:
Would I be able to extend my OEM fuel filter change intervals if I use the Nicktane?

I wouldn't go beyond what the manufacture recommends on the OEM filter just for warranty purpose. A Nicktane filter will help supply your engine with a cleaner fuel source, much better than the OEM alone.
 

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Here are mine. I change my CAT filter every 10K miles. I tried the OEM filter for 20Kmiles this time just to see how much I can get away with. I think 20K witht he CAT is max. Also it looks like my lift pumps are doing their job. I also use the Primrose addative.
 

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