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Old 03-25-2008, 05:57 PM
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AFE Stage 1 vs. AFE Stage 2

Whats the difference between an AFE Stage 1 and an AFE Stage 2?

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Different design. The stage 2 is a larger filter flows more air and has a better filter for filtering out the dust.
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My bad you have a 6.0 so Im not sure of the differences
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Old 04-03-2008, 09:45 AM
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not really the filter.. you have the pro dry, regular and the afe stage 2..... the diff in those is filters is the layers and dry or oiled media..
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Afe has two different stage II models. The XP and the Si series. The XP is for maximum airflow and the better of the two if you ask me. It comes with a new battery tray and HUGE air filter. They are also available in the three different filter medias (standard, Pro Dry S, PG7). Here is a link with more info and pricing.

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Well the guy told me at afe that stage one is the filter and new box and stage two is the complete new filter, box and tubing to the turbo. I have the stage two with pg7 and love it
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