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Old 09-15-2010, 03:40 PM
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ok i have a pg7 on my truck and im gunna change it up becasue i no longer have a box on it and i want somehting better sealed and more real cold air
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Old 09-15-2010, 04:45 PM
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The best intake on the market as far as flow is going to be the AFE Stage II Si
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Old 09-15-2010, 05:28 PM
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it may be as far as flow but it fits like a piece of crap
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i gotcha well the s&b is a great price is there really a difference that much from the s&b to the afe si cause i member back awhile ago the &b was the best
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If you don't want your filter minder to be sucked in on a big tune, then I would avoid the S&B. The AFE Stage II PG-7 does well on my truck with the 310 and 350 tunes, but I hear the S&B isn't good beyond the 250 and 275 tunes. Neither are good if you have big plans for the truck, like turbo's. You would need the AFE Stage II Si if you go that far with your truck.
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Old 09-15-2010, 09:06 PM
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hmm well **** then i guess its go big then
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What is wrong (in the grand scheme of things) with just changing out the filter in the stock box? Just asking.


I know some time ago when I was driving a dmax, a huge study was done and it was determined that the stock air box with the stock filter flowed better, protected better, and overall was easier to maintain than anything aftermarket.
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If you don't want your filter minder to be sucked in on a big tune, then I would avoid the S&B. The AFE Stage II PG-7 does well on my truck with the 310 and 350 tunes, but I hear the S&B isn't good beyond the 250 and 275 tunes. Neither are good if you have big plans for the truck, like turbo's. You would need the AFE Stage II Si if you go that far with your truck.
Im running the S&B and have yet to see the filter minder move at all on the 310. Let you know on the 350 after I get a trans.
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Old 09-16-2010, 04:25 AM
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We ran the S&B on the drag truck with custom tunes with no problem. When we upgraded the turbos it was a different story. The S&B will not keep up with upgraded turbos, but if you are on stock turbos it works fine.
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Old 09-16-2010, 06:26 AM
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Which is easier to install, the S&B or the AFE?
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