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DB11 V12 oil filter

I need the part # for a oil filter for my 2017 DB11 V12. Also a source for ordering it.
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Same as any AM V12 from 2000 on.
 
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You can also upgrade to the Ford performance/racing oil filter.

 
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Just out of curiosity :

Are you going to do your maintenance yourself?
 
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FWIW, the Mobile One M1-210, M1-210A series are the same size and thread as the Aston Martin Filter. The Purolator Boss PBL2451 is also the same. I have a stack of them from my Ford Econline E-350...

On my list of things to do is cut one up and take a look at what makes it worth 4X. I am pretty sure it's the cost of a global supply chain, and nothing exotic.

YMMV,
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Yes I do all of my own maintenance. I’m down to six cars now and retired so I have the time. I try and do them all at about the same time. Usually takes me a good part of a week. I have the tools and a lift in the garage. It is something that I enjoy doing and the $$$$ saved is nice also.
 
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Personality, I would only use an Aston filter when under warranty. That doesn’t mean the others are not the same - just branded differently.
 
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+1 you should use an OEM filter just in case.
 
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+1 on the above.

If you are concerned about your engine and the state of internals and wear, I recommend: https://www.blackstone-labs.com

You can draw a sample out the dipstick tube and have it tested. Worth the $$.
 
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Thanks to everyone for their help. It is true that the filter used on the previous V12 engines is the same for the DM11.
 
 
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