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I did an AiRaid drop in, Zoodad, and ditched the front cover off the OEM box. The result + 1~2 mpg. That filter catches a lot of dirt. I live in a sandy/dusty area, 6 years later things are still clean on the front of the turbo.
Sorry I don't have any kool kids numbers to post, but bang per buck, they can keep their cai's, I only need the filter.
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I've seen a picture of your intake setup and imo that is the best route to go. Why spend $150+ for a piece of plastic that connect to the turbo, the stock plastic get's the job done imo. Drop the airaid filter in, maybe some silicone and spend the money you saved on fuel, jmo.
2003 centennial edition f250 4x4 ccsb auto w/blackwater long block w/arp's, 4" exhaust, airaid intake, ODawg's manifold, itp's reg return, sap modified solenoid, DC power 185amp alt, motorcraft 850cca, Warn Hubs, RS 55w 6k hid's, harley headlights, bpd 58v 6 phase, bpd water pump, dieselsite coolant filter, elc coolant, php gryphon, Xcal2 w/unlimited tow, new hfcm, glowshift fuel psi gauge, icon level kit, 20" kmc hoss, 305/55 terra grapplers TOTALED