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Old 29-05-18
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Anyone have a Fuel Manager secondary filter fitted to the passenger side of the engine bay? I don't have a second battery in the engine bay and want to fit one next to the OEM filter as my Provent 200 is fitted on the other side. Please don't tell me that I can fit a Donaldson filter cheaper. I have done extensive research and looked at both units and have decided a Fuel Manager is my preferred option. I am seeking a photo of one fitted as I have described.


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Hi James
I went down the same route as you but i have a second battery, below is the thread i posted pics in, post 38.
https://www2.pajeroclub.com.au/forum...t=60795&page=4
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The Fuel Manager kit has arrived from Filters Plus WA, at a very good price. Fuel Manager with two 2 micron filters, hose, mounting hardware with AN10 fittings for $275. I am fabricating a mounting bracket for the passengers side firewall, so the filter sits next to the OEM filter. I will post some photos when finished.


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Waiting for my 2 micron kit, hopefully it'll be hear in the next few days.

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Fuel Manager fitted and given a test run. It is mounted on the bracket that came in the kit and I made another to fit it to the passengers side. The bracket I fabricated might be a little over the top, but it will stand up to harsh roads. And it was done for a cost of under $20 as I used some scrap that I had and just bought some cap screws and washers.


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Nice job!

You've got that plumbed in after the stock filter I assume?

My next mod will probably be catch can and then secondary filter, just not sure as I still have 18 months warranty left (for what it's worth) and want to play it safe for now..
Or is it better for the car just to do all that now??
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Nice job!

You've got that plumbed in after the stock filter I assume?

My next mod will probably be catch can and then secondary filter, just not sure as I still have 18 months warranty left (for what it's worth) and want to play it safe for now..
Or is it better for the car just to do all that now??



I have the same car as you and I put catch can, egr block and aux filter on from brand new. Wont affect warranty.
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I have the same car as you and I put catch can, egr block and aux filter on from brand new. Wont affect warranty.
Good to know !
Cheers

Yes I just got my car in the last few months - I'm the 2nd owner but she's just clicked over 40,000km so still like new...
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I have the same car as you and I put catch can, egr block and aux filter on from brand new. Wont affect warranty.
Same here, although I am a second owner. I fitted them all as soon as I could and it only has 53k on the clock. 10 months warranty left.


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Nice job!

You've got that plumbed in after the stock filter I assume?
Yep, post OEM filter as a secondary filter.


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