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Old 02-24-2014, 07:59 PM
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BEST COLD AIR FOR DIRTY DESERT??

I live in high desert with dusty dirty winds. What is the best Cold Air Intake for my 6.0. I just bought it and its still all stock. Want to make the best choices to start with.
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Afe has their intake which you can get with the proguard7 filter. Its supposed to be pretty good. The stock filter is the best bet though.

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Where bouts in the high desert do you live? There's quite a few of us in socal.
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I live in a windy, sandy area in northern Nevada and the AiRaid drop in filter works great. How do I know? After 7 years of use, I put in an MTW billet compressor wheel, as you can see by the pics in my profile, there is NO damage to the OEM wheel.

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I meant to edit my post by saying I took the front off of my air filter box and did the zoodad mod about the same time I put in the AiRaid.
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Unless you plan on going with a larger turbo I'd stay with the factory set up. It flows a lot of air and filters dam good too! The OEM filter will literally hold pounds of dirt before becoming plugged up!!!
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Stock system ftw!
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Stock has plenty of flow and best filtration.
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Where bouts in the high desert do you live? There's quite a few of us in socal.
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