Spin-On Oil Filter CH48108-1 by Champion. Replaces oil filter element. Easy to install. Saves time and clean-up. FAA Approved
Customers told Champion Aerospace the height of a standard oil filter can make it difficult for them to install the filter in certain engine applications. So, operating on the premise that size really does matter, they made their Champion oil filter can 1/2" shorter and, in the process, added design improvements that now make their filters stronger and more effective than ever before.
Champion Aerospace’s full-pleat, resin-impregnated micronic filter media traps all harmful particles, including metallic chips which result from abnormal engine wear. Because the oil flows through many layers of locked-in fibers, there is no migration of fiber material to clog engine oil passages or affect bearing surfaces. According to industry-approved tests, the Champion oil filter traps and holds more dirt and harmful particles during its normal operating time than any other similar filter.
|Cessna||320, 340, 401 & 402|
I have never had the need to question the quality of your products. And returns have been easy to process when needed. I would like to see you offer free shipping on orders over $50.00. Best regards
Installed the filter the other day and flew my experimental , no leaks !
Thanks, good items, good price!
Just what I ordered.
These filters filter the he11 out of our aircraft engine oil. This filter does such a good job of filtering the impurities out of our oil that the oil almost turns back to water. When I do my oil changes, I could practically drink the oil coming out of the engine its so purely filtered, but my aircraft partners wont let me so that I dont risk missing my monthly aircraft and maintenance payments. I will be buying more of these filters. And keep buying oil! Those electric planes are silly.
great filter but the price is a bit excessive!
Wrong filter. The ones shipped to me did not have a threaded stud, as shown in product picture. Perhaps I made mistake while ordering, but this distinction was not obvious. I used the Champion table to select model #.
This model, CH48108-1 has a female thread. For the threaded stud, please see part #'s CH48110-1 and CH48111-1.