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Old 03-24-2014, 07:19 AM
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performance air intake..what to get?

Looking to get a air intake system for the truck. It already has a dpf/egr delete and a spartan tune. Looking for something that will sound nice and benefit in performance and economy. Thanks
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No Limit Fabrication's cold air intake is the best on the market.
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I was looking at AFE cold air intakes...it looks like they make a few different ones for the 6.4...im not sure which one to pick from!
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Another vote for the no limit fabrication CAI
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I run the S&B and love it, sounds awesome when giving it a little throttle. But if $ isn't an issue I vote the no limit as well. Only thing is according to no limit it requires you to reroute your ccv.
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No Limits. Vent the CCV to atmosphere. Done.
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No-limit.... No question. Vent to exhaust.
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S&B is hard to beat for the $$$ & it's a good flowing kit as well.
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thats the thing... i dont want to vent it to the ground and having oil drips here and there..
the no limits seems a bit steep though...
ahhh decisions...
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Old 03-25-2014, 07:29 AM
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thats the thing... i dont want to vent it to the ground and having oil drips here and there..
the no limits seems a bit steep though...
ahhh decisions...
I have been vented to the atmo for 2 yrs and still have never had 1 drop of oil that I can find drip from it. The baffle in the oil fill should remove most (if not all) oil droplets.
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