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Old 04-05-2012, 02:23 AM
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flo pro vs elite cac coldside and intake pipe

not much info except for pretty pics. just saw bigrig's youtube vid of elites. looks real nice and fit seems to be real good with little grinding.

was gonna get the flo pro egr kit with the intake pipe and an intercooler pipe to match. just wondering what the difference between the two is like size, performance, fit/finish, etc...?
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not much info except for pretty pics. just saw bigrig's youtube vid of elites. looks real nice and fit seems to be real good with little grinding.

was gonna get the flo pro egr kit with the intake pipe and an intercooler pipe to match. just wondering what the difference between the two is like size, performance, fit/finish, etc...?
I know this is an older thread but I am looking for info on the intake elbow & cac pipe. I have the sinister egr delete but it didn't come with the elbow. I have seen a few but have read of fitment issues & am wondering what a good elbow & pipe would be for the best value. Also if there are any differences in performance.
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Not to hijack the tread but has anyone tried the MBRP kit?

MBRP IC1196 2008 2009 2010 Ford 6.4L 3" Intercooler Pipe Passenger Side T304 | eBay
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Not to hijack the tread but has anyone tried the MBRP kit?

MBRP IC1196 2008 2009 2010 Ford 6.4L 3" Intercooler Pipe Passenger Side T304 | eBay
From all the checking around I have done, I thought that I had seen a couple threads where this one wasn't a very good fit but I could be wrong though. You looking to do this upgrade as well?
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You looking to do this upgrade as well?
Yeah thinking about doing it at the same time as the EGR delete and intake elbow.
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Not to hijack the tread but has anyone tried the MBRP kit?

MBRP IC1196 2008 2009 2010 Ford 6.4L 3" Intercooler Pipe Passenger Side T304 | eBay
We have a few of them, ours are priced better than that though.

MBRP PN # IC1196

Flo-Pro PN # IC300
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Old 06-07-2012, 08:49 AM
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We have a few of them, ours are priced better than that though.

MBRP PN # IC1196

Flo-Pro PN # IC300
Which elbow/pipe would be a good value, fit & performance in your opinion. Would the dirty diesel stuff be a good choice because I live fairly close to them or is there something that would be a little better even if it has to be shipped from the US. Just looking for opinions as to what would be a good combo because there seem to be so many different options.
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Which elbow/pipe would be a good value, fit & performance in your opinion. Would the dirty diesel stuff be a good choice because I live fairly close to them or is there something that would be a little better even if it has to be shipped from the US. Just looking for opinions as to what would be a good combo because there seem to be so many different options.
They both have there good point's, flo-pro is made from SS and has two bungs for water/meth injection , nitrous or a boost reference.

The MBRP is ceramic coated, and if you enter your e-mail in the coupon field you will get a discount code for all the mbrp stuff. Also I can have it sent from MBRP Canada to save you on the brokerage fees but there will be a small shipping fee.

Fitment on either seems to be almost exact from what we have seen on the shop installs.
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if you dont do the water or nitrous how do you plug up the bungs?
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Old 06-09-2012, 09:00 PM
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They come with threaded plugs, you can see them in the link I posted.
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