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Old 05-06-2011, 06:51 PM
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S&B releases on 5/10/11!

Just looked on their website and they have some pics up.
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Old 05-11-2011, 01:49 PM
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Now it's 5/30/11
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get an AFE 4 months ago+ a better system
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I'm waiting a little while longer to see if Volant is coming out with a intake that uses their powercore filter.
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i have been hoping that volant would release one for the 6.0
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05StrokinFX4,Thats a Sharp Regular Cab!!!

Just wondering??? If you had the money to Buy any Configuration you wanted ,would you buy another Regular cab or would You go Crew This time? :~)

Sorry :~) to stay on Topic, LOL You could Use the Volant on which ever you Pick :~)
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05StrokinFX4,Thats a Sharp Regular Cab!!!

Just wondering??? If you had the money to Buy any Configuration you wanted ,would you buy another Regular cab or would You go Crew This time? :~)

Sorry :~) to stay on Topic, LOL You could Use the Volant on which ever you Pick :~)
I called Volant and asked if they were coming out with anything with the powercore filter and I was told it is unlikely. They said I can use a dry filter but they recommend the oiled.
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get an AFE 4 months ago+ a better system
If you don't mind me asking, how do you know that the AFE is a better system? The S&B was way better on the 6.4 and it cost's less. Plus everyone I've heard of that has the AFE on their 6.7 with no tuning is having problems with CELs and other things. It just seems like you've always got the right stuff, you've got an H&S tuner so Spartan sucks, you've got and AFE filter so S&B sucks. I'd just like to see some proof to your claims. If I'm wrong I'm wrong, but at least I'm open that I may not have all the right stuff.
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The AFE and S&B intakes both have their goods/bads. I wouldnt say either one is better, it all comes down to what you prefer. For the 6.4L, the S&B has a good price, but is much more difficult to install and service the filter than the AFE kits. The AFE kits were much easier to install/service, but they cost a little more. Again, it all comes down to what you prefer.
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