I'm going to guess that it's because the dealer keeps the 315 in stock and not the 004. The 004 was formerly used by some Legend models which have since switched to the 315, so some dealers only bother keeping the 315 in stock.terrypancake said:Just curios, why would you want to use a different one?
nsxtcy85 said:How about since purolator makes like 90% of the oil filters in the world and all these company's like honda just slap there label on go get one of those. There about 5bucks from advance. I havent hada problem yet.
Joe Gliksman said:I've heard similar stories about how most oil filters are made at one factory......true or not, I've been using the cheapest I can find--Purolator, or Fram, or others. I have a 92 with zero engine oil related problems.
nsxhk said:So what's the difference between the shorter Legend filter and the longer nsx filter other than length? Has anyone actually cut open an old legend and nsx filter for comparison?
nsxhk said:If I remember correctly, Shad from comptech said it's perfectly ok to use the shorter filter.