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Yamaha OEM NOS strainer filter 371 13421 01 TX500 XS500 4513
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Yamaha OEM Oil Filter Strainer Housing 84 85 FJ1100 86 93 FJ1200 36Y 13412 00
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HONDA NOS OEM OIL STRAINER SCREEN FILTER CA CT 200 TRAIL 15421 030 000 NEW
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NOS NEW OEM FACTORY KAWASAKI KZ305 EX305 OI L STRAINER FILTER 16097 1003
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New OEM Ducati 750 SS 900 SS Oil Filter Strainer 89420031A
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NOS OEM Yamaha 1978 79 DT250 1978 DT400 Gas Fuel Petcock Strainer Filter
NOS OEM Yamaha 1978 79 DT250 1978 DT400 Gas Fuel Petcock Strainer Filter $29.00
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1976 81 YAMAHA TT500 XT500 SR500 OIL TANK FILTER STRAINER NOS OEM 583 21756 00
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HARLEY AERMACCHI 27604 73P FUEL FILTER GAS STRAINER Z90 X90 NOS OEM
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HFP-STR20 - 2005-2008 Victory Hammer Premium / S / 8 Ball - Fuel Strainer / Fuel Filter - OEM Replacement - 100% Direct Fit HFP-STR20 - 2005-2008 Victory Hammer Premium / S / 8 Ball - Fuel Strainer / Fuel Filter - OEM Replacement - 100% Direct Fit
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The HFP-STR20 is a direct replacement fuel strainer for EFI Polaris/ Victory motorcycle applications. Replaces Victory part numbers 2520700, 2520733, 2520284, 2520394, 2520344, 2520212

HFP-396 - 2013-2017 Polaris Ranger 900 / XP / 4x4 / RAZR & 2011-2017 RZR 900 / XP / 4x4 - OEM Replacement Fuel Strainer / Filter - 100% Direct Fit HFP-396 - 2013-2017 Polaris Ranger 900 / XP / 4x4 / RAZR & 2011-2017 RZR 900 / XP / 4x4 - OEM Replacement Fuel Strainer / Filter - 100% Direct Fit
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HFP replacement fuel pumps, modules, and assemblies are designed to meet or exceed OEM specifications, and feature upgrades that improve on the OEM design. Upgraded polymers, brushes, and commutators ensure long life and durability in multiple fuel blends. Each HFP fuel pump is backed by a lifetime free replacement warranty. We are available via Amazon Messaging or by phone CUSTOMER SUPPORT PHONE NUMBER AVAILABLE BY CLICKING ON “Sold By” NAME SPECIFICATIONS:• Part Number: HFP-396• Condition: 100% BRAND NEW• Design: Inline EFI Fuel Pump• Flow/Pressure: OEM stock replacement DIMENSIONS: IDENTICAL to Original OEM fuel pump

HFP-382M-OB - 2002-2010 Mercury Marine FourStroke 20HP / 25HP / 30HP / 40HP / 50HP / 60HP / Mercruiser / Quicksilver - OEM Replacement Fuel pump with Strainer Filter - 100% Direct-Fit HFP-382M-OB - 2002-2010 Mercury Marine FourStroke 20HP / 25HP / 30HP / 40HP / 50HP / 60HP / Mercruiser / Quicksilver - OEM Replacement Fuel pump with Strainer Filter - 100% Direct-Fit
List Price: $109.98
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HFP replacement fuel pumps, modules, and assemblies are designed to meet or exceed OEM specifications, and feature upgrades that improve on the OEM design. Upgraded polymers, brushes, and commutators ensure long life and durability in multiple fuel blends. Each HFP fuel pump is backed by a lifetime free replacement warranty. We are available via Amazon Messaging or by phone CUSTOMER SUPPORT PHONE NUMBER AVAILABLE BY CLICKING ON “Sold By” NAME SPECIFICATIONS:• Part Number: HFP-382M-OB• Noise Output: QUIET• Condition: 100% BRAND NEW• Design: Intank EFI Fuel Pump• Flow/Pressure: OEM stock replacement• Warranty: LIFETIME DIMENSIONS: IDENTICAL to Original OEM fuel pump• Overall Length (tip to tip): 4 1/2" (11.5cm)• Length of Pump Body Metal Case: 2 5/8" (6.6cm)• Pump Body Diameter: 1 1/2" (3.8cm)• Inlet Diameter: 5/16" (0.8cm)• Outlet Diameter: 5/16" (0.8cm)

BestWare Silicone Infuser Loose Tea Leaf Strainer Filter Rubber Tea Infuser Purple BestWare Silicone Infuser Loose Tea Leaf Strainer Filter Rubber Tea Infuser Purple
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BestWare Cute Useful Cartoon Character Tea Leaf Strainer Silicon Herbal Spice Filter Elastic Rubber Tea Infuser High Temperature Resistance Kitchen Tools & Gadgets Weight: 20g app. Size: 8.5*3.5cm app. Item Type: Tea Infuser Material: Silicon Rubber Color: Gray£¬Purple£¬Green£¬Blue£¬Red Condition: 100% Brand New Package included: 1 x Tea Infuser Note: Due to the difference between different monitors, the picture may not reflect the actual color of the item. We guarantee the style is the same as shown in the pictures.

1 Piece Fashion Silicone Rubber Shark Tea Strainer Filter Spoon Tea Mesh Ball Infuser 1 Piece Fashion Silicone Rubber Shark Tea Strainer Filter Spoon Tea Mesh Ball Infuser
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Filter Strainer Oem

can 6 bolt block fit in 95 eclipse gst ?

i have 95 gst my engine is rebuild but i want to build it my self with beefier internals
but i was thinking of getting a 6 bolt block(4g63 90 - 94) from a salvage yard with low miles and
use that one for a while and then build it later down the road, since the internals are better then the 95 up model .

does the block fit on the 95 eclipse ? or do i need any mods to make it fit?

thanks

6 bolt Parts Required - block only swap
- 6 bolt block and crank
- 6 bolt flywheel (AWD or FWD, not interchangeable)
MD156465 Oil pan
MD113024 Oil pickup tube (strainer)
MD183240 Oil pickup tube gasket
MS241071 Oil pickup tube bolts x 2 (if you want new bolts)
MD141454 Lower timing belt cover
MD972052 Water pump assembly w/ gasket and o-ring
MD184529 Cam/Crank angle sensor - '93-'94 black top hall effect sensor (MD121786, MD148855 - pre '93 optic sensor)
MD164533 Hydraulic tensioner
MD130032 Hydraulic tensioner arm
MD175762 Front case (for use with helical gears)1
MD149393 Front case gasket
MD174581 Oil pump drive gear (helical gear)1
MD132912 Oil filter housing - '89-'90 air cooled oil cooler ( MD157670- '91-'92 water cooled, MD122260 - no cooler).
MD149370 Oil filter housing gasket (universal fit for all 3 types)

*1 The early 6bolt front case use straight cut gears(which are discontinued). The later 6bolt case use helical gears which are the same parts used in the 1G/2G 7bolt.
2-1. Modification Required

If the block is from an automatic, the large bushing on the crank will need to be removed so the the flywheel sits flush with the crankshaft mating surface.

Oil filter housing selection will depend on the type of oil cooler you plan on using. Use the Water cooled type if you're pertaining the 2G's water/oil cooler.

2G drivers side motor mount will need to be cut to make space for the 1G water pump.

1G Lower timing belt cover needs to be cut for the 2G motor mount to fit through.
2G head stud holes will need to be enlarged for the larger 6bolt studs. One of the hole is used as the oil feed source to the head so it's important you don't skip this part just because the 6bolt studs fit.

Wiring the CAS. [attach picture]

On a 95-96 2G head : Swap plug wires 1 and 4 with 2 and 3.

Turbo water feed line will need to be T'd off the thermostat housing(hot side) as the 6bolt doesn't have a provision on the block as the 7bolt.

The timing belt hydraulic tensioner tool will no longer line up with the tensioner arm. You'll need to manually compress the tensioner whenever you do a timing job.
When using ARP main studs, the oil strainer (pickup tube) support leg will need to be cut off(or modified to fit). Use RED Loctite on the bolts!

Additional Parts Required for block and head swap
- 1G head
- 1G intake manifold
- 1G thermostat housing/water neck
MD147684 1G water pipe (MD163195 - for use with water cooled oil cooler)
MB605486 1G lower radiator hose

Modification Required

Water pipe selection will depend on the type of oil cooler you use and also should consider the turbocharger's water return line plumbing if you're using a water cooled turbo. Pre -'90 and '91+, both have provision for the turbo water return line. Water pipes from '91+ which uses a water cooled oil cooler has another nipple near the water pump. Both nipple are missing on the NT water pipe. These are hard to get new, if you're looking for a NT pipe, Hyundai's water pipe can be an option. If you look around a lot of Hyundai parts are compatible and even OEM for Mitsubishi, such as the 6bolt timing belt hydraulic tensioner.

The counter weight on the transmission will need to be cut off as it interferes with the lower radiator hose.

Make a bracket to mount the 2G injector resistor pack to the 1G intake manifold.

Since the 1G intake doesn't have any provision for the 2G MDP sensor you'll need to T off the brake booster line. If it throws a CEL just block off the EGR and remove the MDP sensor since it isn't working properly anyway. It has no ill effect on drivability, but you'll probably lose MPG. Another option would be to get DSMlink and just disable the codes including the infamous Random Misfire. It makes things so much easier.

Random Misfire

The ECU is flagging a misfire condition because the crank sensor which originally drove the hyper accurate signal for the 2G ECU has now been replaced and simulated by the not so accurate 1G CAS. The only remedies for this symptom once you have it is:

* Wire in a potentiometer on the barometric sensor wire going to the ECU, thereby fooling the ECU into thinking you are at very high elevation (low barometric pressure) so it doesn't check for RM. This sounds simple, but if you don't tune the engine to compensate for the additional timing, you will end up turning your piston's to goo which also kills your turbo. (Not a recommended fix)
* Get your ECU socketed and buy a Keydiver chip. The best choice for the majority who wants plug and play.
* Buying DSMLink and clicking a tiny little checkbox which basically disables the ECU logic that checks for RM.
* Go with a standalone EMS.

The black top CAS did nothing to help RM in my case. It was a new unit from the factory with a harness built with new pins and shielded wires.

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May 24th, 2001 at 2:01 pm

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