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Old 05-24-2011, 11:48 AM
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AIRAID MXP Intake System For 2011 6.7L Ford Superduty Powerstroke Diesel



AIRAID MXP Series Intake For 2011 6.7L Ford “Scorpion” Powerstroke Diesel Features :

* Large One-Piece Rotational-Molded Cold Air Box : Designed Specifically for Strength & Durability, and Ease of Installation.

* 1600-CFM AIRAID Premium Filter : Your Choice of Oiled or Non-Oiled Filtration Technology

* Huge 6” Intake Tube : Specifically Calibrated for Maximum Airflow and Proper MAF Functionality, No Check Engine Lights!

* Heat Shield : Keeps Heat Away From The Intake Tube

* ADD 11 Horsepower & 73 Ft/lbs of Torque, With NO-Tuning Required!

* All AIRAID Intake Systems are : Made in the U.S.A, Include High Quality Hardware, and come with easy to follow step by step installation instructions.

* All AIRAID Filters Include Our: Lifetime "No-Hassle" Warranty

* AIRAID Intake Part # 400-278 (Oiled) Fit's 2011 Ford Superduty Powerstroke 6.7L Diesel

* AIRAID Intake Part # 401-278 (NON-Oiled) Fit’s 2011 Ford Superduty Powerstroke 6.7L Diesel

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Old 05-24-2011, 11:56 AM
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Nice....hella TQ gains
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How much $$? How do they compare to the S&B or the AFE kits?
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Nice....hella TQ gains
Hello TwinTurboStroker,

Thank you

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How much $$? How do they compare to the S&B or the AFE kits?
Hello mor4wd,

PM Sent w/ Prices!

The Overall Quality of Components, Fit & Finish, and Performance of the AIRAID is 2nd To None!

All AIRAID Intake are Made In The USA and Feature Our Lifetime "No-Hassle" Warranty!

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Can you tell me the advantages/disadvantages are of the oiled/non-oiled filter setup?
Please PM me the prices

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Old 05-25-2011, 11:47 AM
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Can you tell me the advantages/disadvantages are of the oiled/non-oiled filter setup?
Please PM me the prices

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Hello kwak12r,

Both Filters Synthaflow (Oiled) and the SynthaMax (Non-Oiled) will flow more than enough air and both will offer excellent filtration.

The Main advantage to going with the SynthaMax NON-Oiled filter is that is offers a bit easier maintenance, as you can use any type of household detergent such as Simple Green or 409 and you can skip the 3rd step of re-oiling the filter, so the cleaning procedure is a bit easier, however other than that it is simply just personal preference.

As far as cleaning procedures and maintenance, here is how it works out.

1. SynthaFlow (Oiled) – Should be Serviced every 30-50K depending on environment. Spray with cleaner from AIRAID cleaner kit, let sit for 10 minutes. Wash from the inside out with a low pressure hose, let air dry. Once the filter is dry, you can Spray the oil on the outside of the filter, let the Oil wick through the whole filter, let air dry and Re-install.
2. SynthaMax (NON-Oiled) – Should be Serviced every 15-30K depending on environment. Spray outside of air filter with any house hold detergent (Simple Green or 409), let that sit for 10 minutes. Wash the air filter from the inside out with a low pressure hose, let air dry and re-install.

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I ran an airaid in my 05 superduty.... please pm me prices i was very satisfied with it before and know the quality of airaid products....second to none is right as said in previous post.
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I ran an airaid in my 05 superduty.... please pm me prices i was very satisfied with it before and know the quality of airaid products....second to none is right as said in previous post.
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I have issues with snow plugging up my stock filter. Would this intake help or make the problem worse?

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Could you pm me a price also??
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