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Old 10-22-2008, 03:47 AM
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Injen Intake

Hey folks, anyone have the Injen Air Intake for a 6.0L? Curious as to how it has been working for you in comparison to other aftermarket filters. I want quality filtration with high air volume (who doesn't want it all?!!) Also, is the AMSOIL filter element a dry-filter or one that requires oiling after cleaning? Thanks!
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Started a thread a couple of months ago wondering the same thing. Nobody seemed to know much about 'em.
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SABRE 6,

Any particular reason why you want to go with INJEN? I just installed the S&B and love it thus far. I think it comes at a reasonable price too ($260ish?). I wrote up a brief review on it and the link is below.

BTW, where you located at?

S&B Intake

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I would guess that not too many people have purchased the INGEN intake because of the cost. It probably works as well as the other good set-ups. Hopefully someone else will chime in who actually has the thing.
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its a pretty good kit... i believe donoldson makes their filters....

but for the price you cant beat the S&B intake... i can get you both but i still prefer the S&B... $269.00 is what it costs....

if your intersted let me know and ill hook you up

-Raul
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Yup, That thing looks pretty nice!! But $600.00
Even the dealer price isn't too pleasing
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Yes, the $$$ is a factor, but AMSOIL is supposed to have a pretty good rep for filtration and I was wondering if their "diesel specific tunning" was for real or a gimmick. I like the S&B too, put I don't care for oiling and prefer a dry filter (K&N burnt me out like 20 years ago on oiling). I like the AEM Workhorse HD but I am skeptical as to how much hot air is being pulled from the engine compartment versus from outside (I harpooned mine too).

Just wondering if the product was worth the extra cost. I am going to SEMA and hope to see some displays and ask more questions. Hey, maybe I will get lucky and they will let me "test" their product....

I appreciate all your input and Raul, I will give you a holler when the time comes, I appreciate your support on the form in all the different threads.

Anyone else on the Injen? I figured the Amsoil guys would be all over it...
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Yes, the $$$ is a factor, but AMSOIL is supposed to have a pretty good rep for filtration and I was wondering if their "diesel specific tunning" was for real or a gimmick. I like the S&B too, put I don't care for oiling and prefer a dry filter (K&N burnt me out like 20 years ago on oiling). I like the AEM Workhorse HD but I am skeptical as to how much hot air is being pulled from the engine compartment versus from outside (I harpooned mine too).

Just wondering if the product was worth the extra cost. I am going to SEMA and hope to see some displays and ask more questions. Hey, maybe I will get lucky and they will let me "test" their product....

I appreciate all your input and Raul, I will give you a holler when the time comes, I appreciate your support on the form in all the different threads.

Anyone else on the Injen? I figured the Amsoil guys would be all over it...
why not go with a AFE pro dry kit? price is a lil under the Injen price...

i can PM you a price if you want

-Raul
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