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Tempest’s SPIN EZ filters are designed to come off easy. Heat, time and pressure can extrude oil, grease, DC4® compound or similar liquid lubricants from between a filter’s rubber seal and the filter mount pad - leaving the filter seemingly “bonded” to the engine’s mount pad - and making it nearly impossible to remove. Tempest’s proprietary SPIN EZ adhered solid seal lubricant stays where it’s supposed to - between the seal and the mount pad’s surface. SPIN EZ solid lubricant won’t extrude or squirt out from under the seal. It prevents the bond forming environment that makes legacy filters stick.
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The only thing stuck now is the competition.
Piper Warrior Spruce sends to my mechanic every year for the annual. Quick turnaround, good product, gets me back in the air fast. Thanks Aircraft Spruce!
Usually get my filters from Spruce. Noticed that the last filters were dry lube and some were older stock that were not. Not a big deal...I usually wipe the dry lube off and apply DC4 anyways. The first dry lube filter I used in April weeped.
As described promptly shipped
Works great on the Lycoming IO360 on my RV-8.
Excellent product, excellent price, excellent service!
A little cheaper than Champion, and contain a magnet to remove any steel particles. The filter can is made from heavy duty steel, and the inside appears to be well made too. The magnet is an excellent feature. When I change filters the magnet has a small amount of dark ferrous metal dust on it.
Good filters, at a better price. Nothing more to say!
These Filters work great and are as described Ive bought them for years and they perform very well.
Very good filter, easy installation.
Good value. Lower price than Champion but after 3 years of using them I find that they are of equal or better quality than Champion.
The recommended replacement filter for the O360-A4M is the Tempest AA48110-2 S/O Oil Filter (08-01270). This is a general recommendation and we cannot gaurantee that it is correct for each aircraft. We recommend that customers verify their own currently installled filter before placing the order.
S/O stands for "Spin On" as they are spin on type filters. The recommended filter for a Lycomin IO-360 is the AA48110-2. This is a general recommendation and we cannot gaurantee that it is correct for each aircraft. We recommend that customers verify their own currently installed filter before placing the order.
The recommended filter for a Lycoming IO-360-L2A is the AA48110-2. This is a general recommendation and we cannot guarantee that it is correct for each aircraft. We recommend that customers verify their own currently installed filter before placing the order. There is no difference in fit or application between the Champion CH48110-1 and the AA48110-2. The only difference is the brand name and the technology in the filter.
The correct Tempest oil filter for 08-00631 (ENG MOUNT OIL FLTR TAF-L) would be 08-01268 (TEMPEST AA48108-2 OIL FILTER).
Thank you for bringing this oversight to our attention. We have since added a link to the web page under the "Application Guide" tab. Please click to the link to find the Tempest Oil Filter application guide in PDF format.
Per Tempest: Yes, it does have the internal bypass capability.
Per the previous Q+A reply: The recommended filter for a Lycoming IO-360 is the AA48110-2. This is a general recommendation and we cannot guarantee that it is correct for each aircraft due to aftermarket modifications, etc which are unknown to us.
The Tempest filter AA48108-2 has female threads, and the AA48110-2 has a male threaded stud to attach it to the engine. The AA48108-2 is commonly used on Continental engines, but you may want to contact your re-builder to see if an adapter of some sort was installed to use the AA4108-2.
The Tempest AA48108-2 is the replacement for a Champion CH48108-1 and is approx 3/16" shorter than the Champion filter.
The difference is AA48108-2 has a female thread and the AA48110-2 has a male thread.