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Old 11-09-2010, 06:11 PM
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AFE stage 2 si

I just orderd the stage 2 si kit w black maxx tuner, 5" downpipe back dpf delete exhaust. How do u guys like the stage 2 si intake with these parts. Does it seem to flow alot of air?
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Old 11-09-2010, 06:25 PM
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From what I hear it flows great but it fits like crap
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Old 11-09-2010, 06:48 PM
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I have heard the same...no actual experience.

I have the AFE stage 2 (non si)....flows plenty and fit was top notch.
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Best flowing intake on the market, worst fitting intake on the market.
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Like others have said it may flow good but it fits like crap . and after you wrestle and modify it just to get it in , then you start to think i have to do this all over againg just to service the filter . There is one particular bolt under the housing that connects the upper and lower halves together that you can't get to unless you take the whole air box back out of the truck . For the money it's poorly designed .
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like tjbrowder, i have the stage 2 (not si). i dont know about the fitting, but it flows great. you can definitely hear the turbos scream when you get on it!
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Yea, I have the regular AFE Stage II intake and it's awesome. I can have that thing in and out in no time.
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yeah, i can have it out and the new one put back in about 15 minutes.
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