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Cold Air Intake OR 4" Turbo Back Exhaust first?

I want to improve towing performance (heavy toy hauler in the Colorado mountains @ 10K+ elevation) and I would like to add both of these upgrades at some point, but can only do one at a time. Any opinions or experience on which would make most sense to do first and follow-up with the other in 6 months or so?

P.S. I do need to replace my stock air filter very soon...
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i vote for exhaust.. your stock intake will flow more than enough air to support 400hp
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i vote exhaust to

regulator spring and banjo bolts upgrade, Sinister EGR Delete kit, SCT X3 SRL tunes, 4" MBRP exhaust, CFM+ intake kit, Isspro Gauges, By-pass filter, zoodad mod, CCV mod
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