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Old 11-02-2005, 07:29 PM   #26
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Been running the b161-s for 7 months with no problems.
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Old 11-03-2005, 07:01 PM   #27
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I just checked out the baldwin site and was recommended the following filter for an 03 wrx wagon. Baldwin B1400? is this a good filter for me? Should I stick with Wix or Pure One?

Thanks,
Justin
I was doing my cross referencing on the baldwin site, and they give you the b301 PN. I see you did the lookup on the adiesel.com site. Here's the info on the filters:

PART NUMBER: B1400

Descriptions: Microlite Lube Spin-on
Contains: Anti-Drainback Valve
14 PSI By-Pass Valve
Fits: Ford, Mazda, Subaru Automotive, Light-Duty Trucks
Replaces: Mazda B6Y1-14-302, FEYO-14-302
Thread: M20 x 1.5
O.D. : 2 21/32 (67.5)
Length: 2 5/8 (66.7)
I.Gskt: [1] Included
Related to: B1402, B1431 (Long Versions)

PART NUMBER: B1402

Descriptions: Microlite Lube Spin-on
Contains: Anti-Drainback Valve
14 PSI By-Pass Valve
Fits: Dodge, Eagle, Ford, Infiniti, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Plymouth Automotive
Replaces: Chrysler MD135737; Ford F32Z-6731-A; Mazda JEYO-14-302; Nissan 15208-31U00
Thread: M20 x 1.5
O.D. : 2 21/32 (67.5)
Length: 3 1/2 (88.9)
I.Gskt: [1] Included
Related to: B1400 (Short Version)
B1431 (Long Version)

PART NUMBER: B1431

Descriptions: Microlite Lube Spin-on
Contains: Anti-Drainback Valve
14 PSI By-Pass Valve
Fits: Mitsubishi Automotive
Replaces:Mitsubishi AW343979, MD352627
Thread: M20 x 1.5
O.D.: 2 21/32 (67.5)
Length: 4 (101.6)
I.Gskt: [1] Included
Related to: B1400, B1402 (Short Versions)


These filters could be a better option than the b-161s. I know the length of the b1431 will fit, and it probably doesnt have the concaved threaded end that the b161s has. 14psi bypass isnt that far off.

Ill update the first post.

Here's the page where you can buy baldwin fuel filters and air filters too;
http://www.adiesel.com/baldwincatalog/automotive/2003/SUBARU/Impreza/Impreza_4-122_(2.0L)_SFI_Turbo/index.html
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