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Old 07-27-2008, 03:42 PM
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I have asked this question a few times but keep getting totally different answers. Should i get a new intake? What kind? S&B or K&N? Keep stock and add K&N replacement filter?
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you have the 6.0 I would keep the stock box. DO NOT ADD K&N DROP IN FILTER!!!!!!
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Do you want a new intake? Why?
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Stock intake is good for 500hp. Just get a non-K&N drop in filter and do the ZooDad and CCV mods.
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ugh I get so tired of this regurgitated "stock can handle 500hp" line....if someone wants an aftermarket intake let them buy one. Nothing wrong with them.
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thats what i keep hearing is keep my stock but I was told that I would get more power possible better fuel mileage due to better flow and it looks a lil cleaner in the engine compartment with out the stock
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dont go K&N.. the only draw back that the stocker has is its a PITA to change the filter and cost around 80 bucks when you need to change it... if you want a great flowing intake that filters real good and is a great price i would go with the S&B intake Stealth Automotive. S&B 6.0L Intake
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Old 07-27-2008, 04:39 PM
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yeah the stock filter can support up to blaa blaa blaa ...but really if the after market will flow better and any hp then thats a good thing ....thats wy i got mine ........to me the more air the better
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Thats the one that I was gonna buy from RPM outlet ut kept being told to keep stock then was told to get aftermarket. I wanted a reusable filter
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I run the Airaid CAI, modified it with a plexiglass cover and did the Zoodad. Best of both worlds at a reasonable price. No codes or lights.
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