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CAV filter question
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DELPHI Fuel filter HDF496
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Th following is a few thoughts on filtration - not Twin Turbine units with change over valves - filtration on the cheap! We are talking about an engine that uses just 1 ltr per hour here! After spending way too much time delving into filter types - I've come to this - see below for my previous stuff. One can get swamped in all this - its not easy to sort out whats what. For a prefilter on 1GM10 - with such a low flow - one can go with a finer filter than you would normally use for a pimary filter. But they are very good filters! This is an odd way to rate things - and even Racor do similar. Confused - I am? He considered Racor as 'good stuff', but limited range, Baldwin - dodgy quality they would rather not be associated with! He could supply Fleetguard, but considerd them to be 'the same quality' as Mann-Hummel but more expensive! If using easily available M16 x 1. Fine approx 6 micron or Primary 20 micron approx. If you don't have a huge problem with water ie Vetus poly tank then I think this fine is ok. Sailboat engines do not get many miles on them. Absolute would be closer to 30 I think. The Mann-Hummel WK is probably the one for this. But - they are very good filters! The Fleetguard FF - is a match really for the Mann. It basic treated cellulose as are Racors! And after all this I still don't know what to go for! The stuff I prepared earlier - its getting edited a bit as I find out a bit more! Before you ditch the Cav realise there are a vast array of filter brands out there - and stay away from Marine suppliers. By CAV - I mean the one with the stupid bolt right through the middle of the unit! Usually glass bowl - filter. Check out your local area for a 'Filtration specialist' main dealer etc. I found one in Avonmouth and over the counter price was exactly the same, or cheaper than the cheapest source online! No postage either! One thing that is not so clear is there are two differing types of CAV filter - I'm not really sure how they differ?