There are some things we miss about the 1970s, like cars classified as "compact" that had an available 350 cubic inch V8. Then there are some things we don't miss, which is pretty much everything else from the 70s. We don't know if you have one of those monster 350s in your Omega, but in any case we think you would agree that you need to pay special attention to maintaining your engine. At the heart of this is being sure you always use the best Oldsmobile Omega oil filters. What are the best Omega filters, you ask? K&N Performance Gold oil filters from AutoAnything.
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The automotive engineers over at K&N have spent years designing filters for race cars and they have taken all that expertise and applied it to their Oldsmobile Omega oil filters. Even if you never race, this is the filter you need to use. At its core is a resign-impregnated cellulose filter media that stands up to all the abuse you can give it. It maintains a high oil flow volume while continuing to remove 99 percent of all the harmful particles. The filter medium sits inside a canister made of extra thick metal so you don't have to worry about punctures. Overall, an unbeatable Omega oil filter.
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