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High Flow Fuel Filter

SKU: ZZ-HFFF38-SII

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Many cars run lean and chip pistons because of a bad filter. Some cars burn up fuel pumps trying to force high pressures through a restrictive, partially clogged filter. Other high horsepower builds run out of fuel because the GM filter simply won't allow enough fuel through them to supply the high demands of big injectors.

In any case, if you have over 75k miles on your car it's a good idea to change the fuel filter. It's also a must if you plan on flowing a lot of fuel in your modified GP.

We've tested the flow on the GM filter, Wix filter, Fram, Pro-Tec, Napa, AZ filters, and a couple others. The GM filter flowed right in the middle of our group, the Fram a little better but in the end we had a Grand champion and now offer it to you as an upgrade to whatever you are currently running.

  • 22% more flow than OEM
  • Lighter than OEM
  • Factory fitment
  • Helps with 3rd gear KR found in many cars
  • Increased pressure available at WOT

How to order the proper filter: 

  • Series II: This is all 3800 cars except the '04 Grand Prix. For example but not limited to 97-03 Grand Prix, 95+ Monte Carlo/Impala/Bonneville/Park Ave/LaSabre/Riviera/Regal
  • Series III: '04 Grand Prix only, '05+ Grand Prix does not have a replaceable filter.
FILTER IS LOCATED UNDER VEHICLE, TOWARD THE DRIVER'S SIDE, JUST IN FRONT OR THE REAR TIRE, BELOW TRUNK AREA, NEAR OF FUEL TANK, MOUNTED IN FUEL LINE.

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Many cars run lean and chip pistons because of a bad filter. Some cars burn up fuel pumps trying to force high pressures through a restrictive, partially clogged filter. Other high horsepower builds run out of fuel because the GM filter simply won't allow enough fuel through them to supply the high demands of big injectors.

In any case, if you have over 75k miles on your car it's a good idea to change the fuel filter. It's also a must if you plan on flowing a lot of fuel in your modified GP.

We've tested the flow on the GM filter, Wix filter, Fram, Pro-Tec, Napa, AZ filters, and a couple others. The GM filter flowed right in the middle of our group, the Fram a little better but in the end we had a Grand champion and now offer it to you as an upgrade to whatever you are currently running.

  • 22% more flow than OEM
  • Lighter than OEM
  • Factory fitment
  • Helps with 3rd gear KR found in many cars
  • Increased pressure available at WOT

How to order the proper filter: 

  • Series II: This is all 3800 cars except the '04 Grand Prix. For example but not limited to 97-03 Grand Prix, 95+ Monte Carlo/Impala/Bonneville/Park Ave/LaSabre/Riviera/Regal
  • Series III: '04 Grand Prix only, '05+ Grand Prix does not have a replaceable filter.
FILTER IS LOCATED UNDER VEHICLE, TOWARD THE DRIVER'S SIDE, JUST IN FRONT OR THE REAR TIRE, BELOW TRUNK AREA, NEAR OF FUEL TANK, MOUNTED IN FUEL LINE.

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MR
10/01/2019
Mike R.
United States United States

Hiflowfilter

So far so good

GW
08/07/2019
Gene Ward

Exact fit...

...easy install, looks like solid quality construction.

TG
04/26/2019
Thomas G.

Excellent quality

Quick service, exact fit, thanks again for a great product.

CH
03/23/2019
Chris H.

Bumped up my fuel presser

Bumped up my fuel presser by 3psi.

KS
02/26/2019
Kristopher S.

Does the job.

I am yet to install and check pressure but filter looks to have great build quality.

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