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Old 02-12-2013, 10:23 AM
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Wanting Your Input on 6.4 Air Filter Setups

Just looking to get your opinion on what air filters have or have not worked for you. What you liked and disliked about your setup. If you could improve your aftermarket setup what would you want? Does anyone out there want an oil catch can for your 6.4 air filter(especially you guys that tow 24/7)? Just looking for your input
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Old 02-12-2013, 04:14 PM
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K&n setup.... just terrible. I knew something wasn't right had leaks all over. I also heard it lets so much dust in. Now i don't know this for a fact, it's just floating around. I ordered a afe stage 2 CAI ansld its amazing!!! Everything fit perfect and was a really good setup!!!
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I had a s&b in my 6.4. It fit great and helped egts when running higher tunes. It was a little difficult to get stabbed in correctly the first time I Installed it, but once I figured it out the first time it was gravy.
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Wanting Your Input on 6.4 Air Filter Setups

Love my afe stage 2 with dry filter. The turbos sound sweet too!


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Old 02-12-2013, 06:57 PM
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So I should specify why I ask, I am looking at building intakes. We are a shop and we see A LOT of cruddy intakes that either dust the motor or are a pain in the A** to instal and lets face it, if these intakes have any chance of being worth anything why not ask the people that would end up installing them and deal with them everyday. So if you got to build your perfect intake what would you want? Would you want a oil catch can to reduce the oil through your intake? Would you want an oiled or dry filter? what do you want in an intake?
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Old 02-12-2013, 07:07 PM
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There are so many posts about some of these things on quite a few different forums - here is how I picked mine.
There were some early ones throwing CELs - when I decided to go with KEM tunes, I asked Mike which ones they dealt with and if there were any issues. Went S&B because thats the ones he worked with.
I do know that the stock was not very impressive - re: snow ingestion. I got the winterfront cover but its too fugly for my truck. I run alot of snowy roads and have never had a snow plugged filter (Unlike the 3 or 4 times my stock one was packed solid with snow).
There are some nice choices out there - have heard lots of good about AFE and some bad things about K&N...
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first get the biggest filter, put the biggest intake, and a dry filter. also would put a nice open space so there would be more than enough air
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