Oil Filter Sandwich Adapters
GlowShift Oil Filter Sandwich Adapters make it easy to install oil pressure and oil temperature sensors without drilling into the oil pan or removing stock sensors. Each oil filter adapter mounts between the engine block and oil filter, and features four 1/8 NPT ports that allow you to install oil sensors and feed lines. The multiple sensor openings on each oil filter sandwich plate allow for a variety of mounting options and added flexibility during installation.
GlowShift Oil Filter Sandwich Adapters for Cars and Trucks
GlowShift’s universal oil pressure gauge adapter fittings are designed to fit virtually any car or truck with several different sizes available. Each thread adapter is equipped with a 1/8-27 NPT port which is standard for most oil pressure and temperature sensors, so you can either install a stock sensor or swap it out for an aftermarket sender. These oil filter adapters are manufactured from aluminum and built to be reliable and long lasting after being installed.
Installing GlowShift Oil Filter Sandwich Adapters
Installing an aftermarket oil pressure sensor can be drawn out and time consuming. GlowShift Oil Pressure Adapters and Oil Temperature Sensor Adapters give you a much-needed shortcut without sacrificing the quality of your pressure or temperature readings. Our adapters are designed to easily thread into the oil filter mounting location with a port on the adapter for reinstalling the oil filter. With a few simple steps the adapter and sensor will be in place. And once your gauge has been installed you’ll be ready to monitor readings.
Why Do I Need a GlowShift Oil Filter Sandwich Adapter?
GlowShift oil pressure adapter fittings are essential to simplifying installation and speeding up the install time simultaneously. Adding an oil pressure or oil temperature sensor just became a whole lot easier and you won’t have to worry about a lengthy and time-consuming process to get the job done. Additionally, with our oil filter thread adapters, you eliminate the need to make the major modifications to your car or truck that are normally required when installing sensors.