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    Hello,

    I have done a search and found a lot of information but it didnt answer my questions.

    1 - Where is the cheapest place to purchase an OEM oil filter and what model/serial number am I looking for on it?

    2 - Correct sump plugs, sizes and where is best to purchase?

    3 - Best fuel filter and best place to buy?

    4 - Service schedule to clarify what I should be doong for the age and mileage of my NSX.

    Appreciate the help thanks.

    Waz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wazzz View Post
    Hello,

    I have done a search and found a lot of information but it didnt answer my questions.

    1 - Where is the cheapest place to purchase an OEM oil filter and what model/serial number am I looking for on it?

    2 - Correct sump plugs, sizes and where is best to purchase?

    3 - Best fuel filter and best place to buy?

    4 - Service schedule to clarify what I should be doong for the age and mileage of my NSX.

    Appreciate the help thanks.

    Waz
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    Also here.

    https://www.coxmotorparts.co.uk/?gcl...SAAEgIwI_D_BwE

    or if you don't mind waiting a little longer,

    https://www.amayama.com/en
    Wix

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    @Wazzz, don't know the spec of your NSX but based on your other posts, seemed to be 95 model.


    1. OEM oil filter
    15400-PL2-505
    Just get it from your local Honda dealer. About 16.
    You may be able to get discount if you know them well.
    Cheaper in Japan or US but won't save much after delivery.
    Amazon US won't send this to UK.

    2. Sump plug
    M14 x 1.5
    90009-PH1-000
    Bit pricey from HUK (about 7) for a bolt so search somewhere else.

    The most important thing is, why you need it.
    If you streatched the bolt thread or cross-threaded the mating flange on the sump, replacing the plug won't fix the issue.
    There are few options available as it's fairly common mistake made by lots of people.

    3. Fuel filter
    HUK recommends every 3 years but more to do with the state of the internal wall of the fuel tank.
    OEM: 16010-SL0-000 about 68 from HUK, cheaper from Japan and US.
    Mahle: KL746 about 25 from opieoils.co.uk, etc. Sometimes, they do special offer.
    If you need it urgently, Mahle is good. Used in the past when OEM one was on long back order.

    4. Service schedule
    It's market area dependant and most of the items are generic and not NSX specific.
    In your Service Log book.
    In your Owners manual.
    If you have UK Workshop manual, there is a dedicated chapter for it.
    If you don't have any of these, the parts no. for these documents are at the back cover, at least that is the case for all Japanese documents from Honda.
    Hope one of the UK owner can chime in as I don't want touching someone's document without first getting authorisation.

    Don't know for HUK but may have online service log book system.
    Failing that, contact HUK or local dealer.
    I'm quite sure they can help you.


    Kaz

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    Hi,
    By the age of the car (and all our cars) what is more relevant to maintaining the health of the car is when something was done last to determine if it should be done now and/or when it will need doing.
    i.e if you know the car had an an engine oil change & filter change within the last year you can wait to it’s anniversary;
    if you (say) know that the brake fluid was flushed and changed within the last two years you can wait to it’s anniversary if not, do it now;
    ditto all other fluids, seals, filters and consumables.
    Obviously, for some items they are more mileage/ use dependant than time related in which case you can make an executive decision to defer their replacement. However, if you don’t know the date of the last replacement it’s probably better to assume that it’s overdue and needs doing now.
    A review of the blogs posted by Kaz will give an idea of the catch up work needed on seemingly bright and shiny cars.

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    hm. You looking for the cheapest place to buy and link to lings? lol

    Do this to be safe and if you love your car. Put out the engine and check the clutch. This is what I do to most customer NSX if the things were not done so far.
    Waterpump, upgraded version
    Thermostate
    timing belt, tensoiner, spring
    belt for AC and alternator
    spark plugs
    LMAs
    cam caps x 4
    cam seals x 4
    valve covers x 2
    oil pan gasket
    fuel filter
    oil filter
    overhauld injectors
    new injector seals
    engine and transmission oil
    coolant, brake- and clutch fluid
    valve adjustment
    airfilter
    cleaning engine and suspension parts from greas and oil
    clutch friction discs x 2 + TO bearing
    Batterie bracket (its for sure rusty)
    ABS upgrade 2000+ digital NSX-R spec (if yours have issues already)
    pulley shield
    4 braided brake lines
    brake cylinder + clutch cylinders
    radiator aftermarket, Mishimoto, full alu core + ALL coolant hoses

    + a lot more things needs to be checked like AC compressor (they all fail now after 25+ years), AC control, Bose system and head unit, etc....it has never an end. A Service in the 10000 Euro range is nothing special on this old car.
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    Kaz,

    I meant the washer not the bolt itself.

    Will start with a major service and all the fluids and then in to my local Honda specialist for getting some of the work donw on the list and take it from there.

    Kaz,

    Sent you an email, last qeek. Did you get it?

    cheers

    Waz

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    Hi, Waz.
    You mean the drain bolt aluminium gasket???
    If so, I just use 22 x 14 x 2.0t.

    No email received.
    Could you re-send it to kaznsxcb-002 at yahoo dot co dot jp ?
    One word, replace 'at' and 'dot' respectively.
    Please note the domain ends as 'jp' and not 'uk'.

    [Edit:] Just enabled PM feature as well so if you want, please cut & paste your email to PM.
    I have difficulty in accessing PM so may take extra time replying back so best contacting me through email first.

    Or, if you are on Facebook, please search for 'NSX UK Owners' group and send member request.
    It's a Closed group so you can search but not post until joining request approved.
    You can use Messenger once we have communicated each other.

    If you can email me your mobile phone no. (please DO NOT post it on here unless you are happy to do so), I'll send mine through WhatsApp.


    Kaz
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