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AFE Exhaust & CAI Questions
I considering the Spartan Package currently on sale:
**Sale lasts through August 31, 2010**
Phalanx Flash Console w/13 custom tunes, AFE Full Down-Pipe Back 4" Stainless Steel Off-Road Exhaust System, AFE Stage II Cold Air Intake, PG7 Filter w/TorqueTube, This also includes the 275HP tune $1999.99
First, I want to keep my truck as stock as possible right now with the exception of adding a tuner and DOC/DPF delete. I will consider installing a CAI if the tune requires it. I have heard that I might need a CAI with a 250 tune or higher. I also have heard I won't so I guess it will be a trial and error thing. Right now, I prefer to retain all other elements of the stock exhaust - downpipe, dpf back.
Question 1. Does the above AFE exhaust system come with a traditional DOC/DPF pipe that will connect to the stock downpipe and DPF back OEM stock exhaust? If it does, it will enable me to later add the rest of the AFE pieces.
Question 2. I assume that the AFE torque tube does not come with the standard AFE Stage II CAI and therefore does not need to be used?
Question 3. It appears the AFE Stage II draws air from both the fender and under the hood. I have heard that the stock air filter housing can draw in snow during storms. Is there an easy way to temporarily block the AFE CAI from drawing in air from the fender to avoid snow caking?
Question 4. Has anyone tried the AFE PRO Dry S filter vs. the Pro Guard filters in a street driven truck?
I assume that I could always sell the exhaust and the CAI if I decide not use the so....
2010 F250 Lariat CC/SB 6.4, 4x4, FX4