Diesels are tough, when talking about engines like Cummins were talking going millions of miles on the same motor on big rigs.
The question is using cheap filters is how much compression have you lost over time, how worn are your internals and how efficient is your engine still running.
Cheap filters like Fram for example collapes all the time leaving oil unfiltered.
Poor made filters like this OEM Honda with the typical cardboard end caps have cheap glue that breaks down and allows unfiltered oil to run through. Really not what I want to run on my POV.
How well do you think this is going to hold up.
You at least want your filter to have a metal end cap on both ends that covers the whole filter and a metal center tube so it does not collapse under pressure and a decent bypass valve in case it gets plugged and a good anti drain back valve so you don't have dry starts.
Filters should look like this after a average oil change. The one in the middle is a OEM Subaru made by Tokyo Roki.
The question is is do you want a filter that is this weak protecting your engine. Especially on a newer vehicle, These are big investments and repairs can be costly.
Nothing wrong with the basic filters as long as they meet the minum standards, they are fine for normal duration oil changes and that is no more than 8000klm. You should change the filter after that for sure.
But VIC filtration is below par