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post #1 of 32 Old 10-26-2011, 12:32 PM Thread Starter
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Intake for 6.0 works!

Seeing as I had 0 responses when I asked how to make the 6637 work on a 6.0 I will assume i am The only one with one. Here are the pictures. If anyone wants the details on how to get it done let me know I'd be more than happy to share. Great performance by the way!


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That's a paper filter correct??


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I bet that thing sucks in A LOT of HOT engine bay heat. JMO

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I thought the same thing until some one on the 7.3 forum said that it would be taking in so much air that it didn't make a difference. That it wasn't taking in that much hot air from the engine. It fits like it does on the 7.3 just at a different angle And none of the 7.3 owners has ever had a problem with air temp


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I bet that thing sucks in A LOT of HOT engine bay heat. JMO
You don't have to bet. I guarantee you it sucks in a lot of hot air and will make a difference in how the engine runs....as in WORSE. Ask Bill from PHP about sucking hot air from under the hood and how much difference it makes in tuning/performance. Kenne Bell will tell you the exact same thing and it's the reason they will NOT warranty any of their systems unless you use the STOCK air system.

I don't see a point in it anyway. It's NOT a better filter than the stock filter and this isn't a 7.3.

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Yep I can watch my IATs and boost levels and when my IATs get above 88*F, my boost levels while cruising go up about 2-3psi at 65-70mph. Now I agree with the argument that if the engine is sucking SO much air such that the surplus is greater than required that it MAY not matter if the air is cold or hot relatively. However, the filter is not the restriction. The intake manifold is the largest restriction with the back 4 cylinders being the highest and sucking the least amount of air. Therefore, when the air temp does go up, the density does go down and hotter intake air temps will very much indeed affect performance.

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Whats the flow rate on that filter?

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IIRC the flow rate on our filters is at 615cfm.

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