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Question Intake for under $400

Just installed H S Mini Maxx and its wonderful. Now I just need an intake but theres so many brand names out there. Any suggestions? Also, not intake related, but how long does it usually take for tranny to relearn and shift normal?(not hard shift)
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I was just looking at those. is s and b a good intake? Looking for most bang for buck.
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I have had a s&b for two years now and I love it. It's easy to clean and I saw an improvement on my highway MPG. Great intake!


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Can't go wrong with the S&B or the aFe!
Read my mind. looking at the s&b cleanable filter and the afe pro dry stage 2. both similiar in price.
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Read my mind. looking at the s&b cleanable filter and the afe pro dry stage 2. both similiar in price.
I run the aFe w/ the Pro5R filter, but that's only because my truck NEVER goes offroad. There's no dust or dirty coniditions where I live, so I wanted the most free flowing filter they had.

If you want protection, the ProGuard filters are better. Several members in my group have the S&B intake systems and love them. Literally, the only reason I bought the aFe - was because I thought it looked cooler. I think the two perform virtually identical.

You can't go wrong, either way - you'll be happy!

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I run an aFe Stage II with PG7 filter. Works great.


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+1 for afe.. I've never had s&b but have heard the afe let's you hear the turbine whine alot better, which I love hearing that turbo spooling up and working its just music to the ears!


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