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Old 05-13-2009, 10:42 AM
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Best kind of intake???

I am starting to think about mods for the new truck. What kind of intakes do yall prefer?
I am thinking, K&N, volant, AFE, amd ATS.

What are yalls views???
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Old 05-13-2009, 10:50 AM
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STAY AWAY FROM K&N!!!!! DIY intake is the best for the $$$ you spend. What years your truck?
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I keep hearing stock is good to 400-500hp.....so dont worry about the intake.

If you do get one dont get K&N.....I have also read on here that they dont filter very good....and have lead to some dusted motors.
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Well, you posted in the 6.oh... I think the diy will work....not really sure
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For under 500HP I read that the best intake for our trucks is the OEM unit. Donaldson is being used for Cummins Intake improvement as the dodge has the cheapy units on their new trucks
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just keep the stocker... but if you absolutely had to change it i would only do a S&B or AFE

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