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Old 05-27-2014, 05:16 PM
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S&B Cold air questions.

Hey guys. I'm looking at buying the S&B cold air intake for my truck.
Question is..
Dry or oiled filter?
Also.. With or without the cover sock?
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Old 05-27-2014, 05:20 PM
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I have the oiled with the sock and like it a lot better than my old AFE.
The sock keeps the filter a lot cleaner.
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Get the Dry Filter (You don't want any oil in your intake...)
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According to the website the dry filter actually filters better than the oiled filter.
I'm probably going to buy the dry filter with the sock.
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S&B Cold air questions.

I prefer the oiled filter with the sock. I've been running this setup for over. 2 yrs and my Blackstone reports are always perfect. The oiled filter does an excellent job , flows better and unless you over oil it (which is hard considering S&B gives you an exact amount of oil to use so you don't over oil), you'll never get oil in the intake tract. Oil in the intake tract is from the CCV. I always recommend the S&B setup with the sock. Top notch system.

If you'd like a price shipped to your door, I can do an S&B for $269. I'll have to check on the sock.


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Sure bud. How about a quote to 95963.
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Sure bud. How about a quote to 95963.

$269 shipped. I'll have to check on the sock tomorrow.


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Thanks! It'll be a few weeks before I'm ready to order. But thank you for the reply.
I'll hit you up when I've got the $ saved up.
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Thanks! It'll be a few weeks before I'm ready to order. But thank you for the reply.
I'll hit you up when I've got the $ saved up.

Just let me know when you're ready.


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