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Old 08-06-2013, 07:41 AM
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Best Air Intake For A Stock '12

I'm thinking about getting a air intake for my truck I don't plan on making any more mods. So what would you guys use????

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Old 08-06-2013, 07:57 AM
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I really want to do this as well, but will we see any performance increase at all?

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Old 08-06-2013, 10:09 AM
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2012 Ford F250/350 Super Duty 6.7L aFe P5R OEM Repl. Filter (30-80202)

i put this one in.
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that is a replacement filter.... the original post is asking for an intake.... so.... but that AFE you linked too is also a great upgrade if hes just looking to replace the filter....
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Old 08-06-2013, 12:12 PM
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I'd leave it stock. No noticeable gains will be had with just an intake.
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that is a replacement filter.... the original post is asking for an intake.... so.... but that AFE you linked too is also a great upgrade if hes just looking to replace the filter....
doh, i forgot to say that it was just a replacement. thanks for clarifying that for the op.

if op is staying stock, i wouldnt even mess with it. a cai is wasting money and possibly even the replacement drop in is wasting money.

im deleted and only run that afe drop in filter anyways. i think the stock box is just fine.
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I've got a s&b, only have had it on for 2k miles. I ordered that, exhaust, deletes, and tuner at the same time. Still waiting on my minimaxx to get here but put the intake in right away. No difference at all hand calculated. After reading on here, I removed the the cover. Hand calculated mileage has been 14.5-14.9 since I started doing it(around 8k miles). I'm extremely skeptical about this kind of stuff but my last 4 tanks have been- 16.6, 16.9, 16.6, 16.8.

I plan on putting the stock unit back on this weekend to see if this is for real or a fluke.

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That's not bad at all. If you could, let us know if it was the difference. Thanks

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I've got a s&b, only have had it on for 2k miles. I ordered that, exhaust, deletes, and tuner at the same time. Still waiting on my minimaxx to get here but put the intake in right away. No difference at all hand calculated. After reading on here, I removed the the cover. Hand calculated mileage has been 14.5-14.9 since I started doing it(around 8k miles). I'm extremely skeptical about this kind of stuff but my last 4 tanks have been- 16.6, 16.9, 16.6, 16.8.

I plan on putting the stock unit back on this weekend to see if this is for real or a fluke.
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That's not bad at all. If you could, let us know if it was the difference. Thanks

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But from what I'm reading It don't look like I will be doing it.
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