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Talking Oil Filler Cap

I know a lot of people add bypass oil systems to there trucks or some of you might just want this to make the underhood compartment look better. While I was looking around in Advance Auto Parts today I ran across a BILLET aluminum oil filter cap for a Honda for a low price of only $14.88. After talking to one of the workers and him checking everything in the system he said it should be the same one that is on my truck and if it didn't work to just bring it back. It works perfect and is a 1/4 the price of anyone else.:Thumbup: The only thing you have to do to get it to work for a bypass system is drill your own whole in it. Here are a few pics of the oil filler cap.


P.S. I think this cap will work w/ any Ford vehicle and maybe any vehicle at all.
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Honda, wonder if your MPG will go up also.
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AHHH I finaly get to say it and not be called it!! RICER

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AHHH I finaly get to say it and not be called it!! RICER
That is okay for $50.00+ less than anyone else I will gladly put a ricer part on my truck. Esp. when they are identical parts minus the hole that took a whole 10 mins to drill out.....:Thumbup:

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I thought it was $50 dollars for the oil filter cap not oil filler cap?

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That is okay for $50.00+ less than anyone else I will gladly put a ricer part on my truck. Esp. when they are identical parts minus the hole that took a whole 10 mins to drill out.....:Thumbup:
You do know that I was joking with you. I always get called the ricer. I finally got a chance to say it as a joke!

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I have checked w/ a few different places and even have a commercial account w/ amsoil (which just gets stuff a little cheaper) The oilguard & amsoil prices are around $125.00 for the oil filter cover and $65.00 for the oil filler cap. Just depends on who you puchase them from.


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$125 thats crazy!!!

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yeah but just wait a little while and I have a REALLY good feeling there is gonna be cheaper priced oil filter cover and fuel filter cover on the market and they will be billet aluminum also. Should be released in less than a month.

I think the main thing now is that there is only one company producing them that is why it is the EXACT same thing no matter if you buy from amsoil or oilguard (might be a different color).

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You think maybe it was originally for a Ford and the ricers stole it???

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