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Quick question about oil filters

What's the filter that most GTO owners are using of these 3 choices:

AC-Delco's Ultraguard
Wix
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AC delco.....
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Do Not Use A Fram !!!!!!
 
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what do the dealership use for our oil changes. man i got to start looking under the hood more often
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AC-DELCO UltraGuard Gold is the best.
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AC Delco for me.
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K & N are good.
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AMSOIL. Check with Subdriver, as he can hook you up.
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I am told that in studies done on each of the filters and the AC is about the best even compared to the Mobil 1 and K&N. I am personally using the Amsoil, but only because I put their oil in for the first time and wanted a filter that would match the change cycle.
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AMSOIL. Check with Subdriver, as he can hook you up.
Thanks!

I know it wasn't one of the three the original poster asked about, but I did confirm with AMSOIL techline that the EAO32, one of the new AMSOIL Ea Oil Filters which are rated for 25,000 miles or one year of use, is the correct filter for the LS1, LS2 and LS6 motors.
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