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Old 11-02-2011, 09:00 AM
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S&B intake installation

I just installed my S and B cold air intake last night. easy installation, took no more then 20 min, quicker if i didnt keep dropping the damn rubber washer for the battery tray.

everything fit well in place, except hard time lining up last screw for plastic air box cover.

engine sounds better, i can hear more air flow seems like, and noticed better throttle resopnse. I havent drove enough to tell mpg gains yet.

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Cool. I'm hoping my S&B shows up in the next day or so. Did u get oiled or dry? I ordered the dry one so all I gotta do is blow it out from time to time


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Cool. I'm hoping my S&B shows up in the next day or so. Did u get oiled or dry? I ordered the dry one so all I gotta do is blow it out from time to time


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I got the oiled one, its easy to clean as well as the dry one, i would still replace the filter after 2 or 3 cleanings though.
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Yeah that's probably what I'll do


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How is your truck running with the stock air intake with the programmer and exhaust?
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It's good. I have the filter back. In running dpf on tuning right now. But mixed city highway I can get around 17-18 mpg. The power is good to. I had to fill DEF at 5,000 miles yesterday.


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Take some pics please!
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I just installed my S and B cold air intake last night. easy installation, took no more then 20 min, quicker if i didnt keep dropping the damn rubber washer for the battery tray.

everything fit well in place, except hard time lining up last screw for plastic air box cover.

engine sounds better, i can hear more air flow seems like, and noticed better throttle resopnse. I havent drove enough to tell mpg gains yet.
Might just tackle that project tomorrow. I was waiting to get my FREE oil change from the dealership before I swapped them out. Got that done today.
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Lmao about dropping the rubber washer for the battery tray. The install took me an hour because that damn thing dropped somewhere and I could not find it anywhere. Maybe a little adhesive on the bottom of that washer would help. Love the intake. It's been great so far.
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Might just tackle that project tomorrow. I was waiting to get my FREE oil change from the dealership before I swapped them out. Got that done today.
Wow, haha I did the exact same thing. I installed it the day after my free dealership maintance.
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