So it looks like Ford has indeed changed the filter design on the GT350. Mine is a March 2017 build and has the new design. Since I cant find any documentation on this thought I would do a write up of the oil change procedure. Tool/Supplies Needed: -10qts of your favorite 5w50 Synthetic. I used Motorcraft and from what I understand currently there are only 3 oils that meet the Ford specifications for the vehicles(Motorcraft, Lucas and Amsoil) -Motorcraft FL-2087 oil filter(new part #), Motorcraft FL-2062(old part #) -1-1/16" socket -T30 torx bit -Some old cardboard or aluminum foil 1) Get the car in the air, jack stands, lift etc. I used a 4 post lift 2) Get your drain pan ready and remove the yellow plastic drain plug from the back of the drain pan. This did not require any tools, was able to do it by hand 3) Grab your t30 torx bit and remove the oil filter access cover on the drivers side 4) You can now see the black plastic canister that covers the oil filter. Use your cardboard, aluminum foil, etc to make a guide for the oil, to try an prevent it from going every where 5) Use your 1-1/16" socket and ratchet to slowly loosen the black canister with the molded in hex nut on the back of the canister, until you can turn it by hand(approx 4 full turns of the canister) 6) Loosen the canister just enough so that you can control the flow of the oil into your drain pan. 7) When oil has slowed or stopped draining remove the black canister. Be careful as this will have quite a bit of oil in the bottom of it. 8) Remove the oil filter, a simple twist and pull is all that is needed. 9) Carefully remove the 2 large o-rings on the black canister 10) Carefully install the 2 new o-rings that came with your new oil filter from onto the black canister. Also go ahead and give them a very light coat of some new oil. *NOTE the small o-ring is not used. 11) Go ahead, if you haven't already, and put the yellow drain plug back into pan. Also clean up the filter area and mounting surfaces.