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If you have the 2.5 N/A in a S2, then whoever did it, plumbed the engine into the original oil bath filter - designed for the 2.25. Nothing wrong with that in itself, but it's more convenient to install the paper element filter. You can cut the oil bath support bracket off the end of the battery tray and install a paper element filter in it's place. There'll be some pipework to fiddle about with though.

Les.

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If you have the 2.5 N/A in a S2, then whoever did it, plumbed the engine into the original oil bath filter - designed for the 2.25. Nothing wrong with that in itself, but it's more convenient to install the paper element filter. You can cut the oil bath support bracket off the end of the battery tray and install a paper element filter in it's place. There'll be some pipework to fiddle about with though.

Les.

hityping error its a 2.25 diesel,

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The best kit is....the oil bath filter,

simple and cheap.

Why change it?

Absolutely agree: The BEST system for a non turbo engine is an oil bath. No ifs, no buts, no maybes. Clears the air best - and diesels need pure air.

G.

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