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Old 09-19-2013, 08:22 AM
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6.4 air filters

My deleted and tuned 6.4 is needing an air filter. The gauge is getting pulled into the yellow quickly. Filter doesn't look dirty at all but maybe the dirt is internal. I have the blue Donaldson.

I'm not wanting to do an intake so would like a recommendation on a good aftermarket cleanable filter to drop-in.

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Old 09-19-2013, 08:38 AM
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I hate to tell you, but you would be much better off with a CAI. You have tuned and deleted, may as well finish it off.
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I have the AFE drop in and it has worked fine. I am not moving quite as much air as you as I only have a 70 hp tune. I can hear those turbos a lot better though, love that
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hit up mike from Nolimit. he has a great kit No Limit Fabrication | top of the line powerstroke accessories

made in the USA as well
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im looking to buy the one that will flow the most air but filter at the same time. the no limit to me doesnt seem like a goof filter? anyone have advice here? what about the s&b pro guard 7 filter i heard those were really good too? whos running what?
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im looking to buy the one that will flow the most air but filter at the same time. the no limit to me doesnt seem like a goof filter? anyone have advice here? what about the s&b pro guard 7 filter i heard those were really good too? whos running what?
i can get you both the AFE or the S&B... if had to choose between both of those i think the pro guard 7 is better...
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My deleted and tuned 6.4 is needing an air filter. The gauge is getting pulled into the yellow quickly. Filter doesn't look dirty at all but maybe the dirt is internal. I have the blue Donaldson.

I'm not wanting to do an intake so would like a recommendation on a good aftermarket cleanable filter to drop-in.

I know better than the K&N.

You are deleted with a stock intake............Right ?
The gauge is pulling to yellow because your system is air deprived, making the gauge think the filter is dirty.
You DO need a CAI to balance things out. As far as what kind..........there is many choices.
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