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Power loss with intake

I had the Mini Max and 5'' turbo back exhaust in my truck for about a week before my AFE intake came in. I'm not sure if it is me but it seems like I lost some low end Pep after installing the Intake. Truck just seems a little more sluggish. Has anyone else noticed this? I'm considering pulling it back off.
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Go with an S&B intake.


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I was told AFE was better, that's why I spent a little extra on it. That Sucks!
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5" exhaust will take a little bottom end away too.

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