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K&N PS-7020 Pro Series Oil Filter

K&N PS-7020 Pro Series Oil Filter


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K&N PS-7020 Pro Series Oil Filter

K&N PS-7020 Pro Series Oil Filter
  • High flow filter designed to improve performance
  • Designed for synthetic and conventional oils
  • Premium filtration media for increased capacity
  • Provides outstanding filtration
K&N Pro Series Oil Filters have been specially designed for professional installers and service providers. Their high flow design can help to improve engine performance by reducing oil filter restriction. Our Pro Series Oil Filters have a fluted canister shape so they can be removed with a traditional oil filter wrench commonly available to commercial installers. These Pro Series oil filters provide outstanding filtration and engine protection throughout their service life. They are engineered to handle all grades of synthetic, conventional and blended motor oils. The pleated media provides high capacity making them suitable for extended oil change intervals when used in accordance with the vehicle and motor oil manufacturers recommendation

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  1. 16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Good K&N Filter — NOT!, October 3, 2012
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    This review is from: K&N PS-7020 Pro Series Oil Filter (Automotive)
    ****Updated Review 4/2/2014
    I am so disappointed with K&N. They changed their product to be like all the rest. There are no end caps and the glue doesn’t even go all the way to the edge. I looks like the folds are farther apart than before. The product photo is an accurate representation of a now overpriced generic filter. I don’t know what happens to all the companies selling this particular filter. They start out with a quality product and then switch to this undesirable piece of paper. The oil drain plug has even switched from the screw in type to the shove in type that really doesn’t work. I won’t buy this product again if the quality doesn’t improve. I am lowering my rating based on the updated product design.
    ***Original Review
    This is the kind of product you would expect from K&N. Thick plastic end caps force oil to flow through the dense filter media. There seem to be many more folds per inch than other brands I have used. I didn’t measure the exact count but you can tell from the picture that they are closer together. They even include a screw in drain plug for the filter housing, for those folks who don’t let the oil run all over their hand and down their arm.

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  2. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Poorly engineered., February 28, 2014
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    This review is from: K&N PS-7020 Pro Series Oil Filter (Automotive)
    I made a bulk (10) purchase of these as I live in Canada and I wanted to save some money. The item I received was as pictured. It had the black plastic end caps.

    Comparing the filter side-by-side with the OEM, this filter has about 8 more pleats which is beneficial for a long OCI and oil flow. However, there is one thing that is unsettling. These filters, unlike the OEM, are hard plastic on both ends with no sort of gasket around the inner diameter. If you install these yourself you’ll understand my concern. Since there’s no gasket you end up with hard plastic on metal. Somehow this is supposed to make a tight seal to prevent dirty oil from flowing _around_ the filter. You don’t have to be an engineer to figure out that oil, which is under pressure, will make its way around the filter. I raised my concern with K&N and they said their filter meets the manufacturers flow and efficiency. And to be fair, I measured both filters with a caliper and they are identical in OD, ID, length etc. However, they seem to have missed one very important aspect. If you look at the OEM filter it doesn’t use an endcap and has a gasket around the ID to make a seal.

    Shortly after I contacted K&N they revised their filters to this pinkish filter that is very similar in design to the OEM filter (i.e. it now has a gasket around the ID). After I contacted K&N again they said it was simply to cut cost. I have my doubts.

    K&N would not exchange my older style filter for the new style filter. Not a happy customer.

    EDIT: The glue that’s used to keep the filter material in the end caps is also pretty shoddy. At least in the ones I’ve looked at they seemed pretty skimpy on the glue. It’s possible if the filter media isn’t properly glued that oil could flow around the filter that way as well. Just hope you get the new filters.

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  3. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Decent filter., March 17, 2014
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    Tandoormaker (Cary, NC, USA) –

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    This review is from: K&N PS-7020 Pro Series Oil Filter (Automotive)
    I used these after some research and found them to be a decent oil filter for use with Mobil 1 synthetic motor oil. I’ve used these for my 2007 Rav 4 (about 4000 miles since the oil change) and in my 2008 Sienna (about 3000 miles since the oil change). They’re similar to the OEM toyota but for the fact that the filter is more pleated, so has a greater filtration area. Also the paper used is a higher grade than OEM as well and from what I managed to find out had a higher filtration capacity that a bunch of other filters…..the Mobil 1 filter is good too, but seems way overpriced for what it is…..prior to using this K&N I used a Bosch filter from Rockauto…..that was shipped with a Purolater installation guide which didn’t seem right….also the fit was not so good as I noted when I took those out and replaced them with the K&Ns the Bosch were bent because they didn’t fit so well…..I’ll stick to these because they seem a good price, made from decent materials and I suspect based on the research I was able to do on them will do a good job of filtering the gunk out of the oil……try them out if you want a decent product at a price that a lot less than the top of the line Mobil 1 filter.

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