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Can some one please tell me the model number of the lexus v8 oil filter? thats what i have in my supra right now and forget the number and need to get one today for my oil change..thanks!
 

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where all dealers i have seen sell it for 9 to 11 bucks !
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90915-YZZB5 ~ $4.00 each
 

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hope this link works

the above link is to a toyota dealership in the dallas/fw area that does internet sales also. i just order whatever and tell them i'm an internet customer and pick it up on my way to work. the filters actually cost about $3.75 each (or so) if your an internet customer. they had a sale in december for less than that:) .
 

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i just got a stock filter for 8 bucks..wanted to get the lexus one but still ok..

but 4 dollars is cheap!!
 

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it fits perfectly and it is also recommanded over the stock filter for it is longer and holds more oil by MKIV.com
 

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The correct number is 90915-20004

The 90915-YZZB5 will also work although IMO the 20004
is a better filter.

08922-02011 & 08922-02004 will also work

Jeff
 

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jeff why do you think the 90915-2004 is better than the 90915-YZZB5
im just wondeing ?
 

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In the mid '80s, ND downsized most of their Toyota factory filter cans. NDs new "Crystaline coated" element uses a most unusual pleating design, which Toyota and ND claim has much greater surface area in a smaller element. 90915-20004 & 08922-02004
use this construction. This is the filter I prefer to use.


Then came the 90915-YZZB5....it has a totally different type
of filtering media. "The material is a pulp...formed under water
using a vacuum" when I read that my first response was also
WTF? How do these guys in Japan think this stuff up? This is also
a very good oil filter...don't get me wrong. I'm just not 100% sure I want to use it in my Supra because of the excess oil pressure
created by extended high RPM's.

08922-02011 is the Toyota filter made here in the States
by Puro/Denso. It also uses the pleated paper design like the
2 Japanese produced filters. I use this filter on my wife's
4Runner every 3-4000 miles...works great. I've used it also
on the Supra.

IMO the oil (Royal Purple) is more important than what Toyota
filter part number you use.

Hope this helped
J
 

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Jeff,

IMO the oil (Royal Purple) is more important than what Toyota
filter part number you use.


Could you please be more specific: which grade would you recommend for SoCal weather/70M/street driving?

Also, any online source for less than $5/qt?

Jay :cool:
 

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