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Old 06-11-2012, 01:56 PM
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Air Intake for 6.4

Just got my first diesel a 2008 Ford F350. Loving it. Want to put an air intake and have looked at K&N cold air and aFe magnum force stage 2. What is best for this powerstroke?

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Old 06-11-2012, 02:00 PM
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S&B or AFE. I have the S&B and I think it looks better
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Old 06-11-2012, 02:06 PM
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I have been leaning towards the aFe, s&b is hard to find at my local parts shops may have to look at online order.

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When you say "are", are you meaning AFE?
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Old 06-11-2012, 02:20 PM
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Yes aFe intake. Sorry phone texting.
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Afe stg 2

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Afe stage 2 also
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S&B for me. I have the old design. Its a little tougher to clean the filter on the old design. To my understanding the new design is much easier.
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S&B for me. I have the old design. Its a little tougher to clean the filter on the old design. To my understanding the new design is much easier.
Do you run with the plastic cover on or off? I was sucking in the filter minder on the hotter tunes on WOT runs. Now that i took off the plastic cover it doesn't do it any more.
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Do you run with the plastic cover on or off? I was sucking in the filter minder on the hotter tunes on WOT runs. Now that i took off the plastic cover it doesn't do it any more.
I'm running my S&B without the cover and I have had no problems.
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