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Old 09-24-2008, 11:53 AM
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OBS INTAKE?

I have a friend that was looking for and intake for his 94 7.3. What is the best product on the market for it? Or is like the 6.0 better to keep in place until you start pushing big power?
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Old 09-24-2008, 11:59 AM
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here are a few: Stealth Automotive. Air Intake Systems

the stock intakes on the 7.3L's are horrible... it should def be changed
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Old 09-24-2008, 12:15 PM
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Nappa 6637 part number. Best bang for the buck.
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I couldn't find part # 6637 at the NAPA site.

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Thanks for the info, I was gonna tell him to get an S&B, they filter good and have a much better price than most others. But didn't know if there was a prefered brand.
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Thanks for the info, I was gonna tell him to get an S&B, they filter good and have a much better price than most others. But didn't know if there was a prefered brand.
yah the S&B is the best bang for your bucks AIK
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Old 09-24-2008, 01:24 PM
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I just went a got one for my friends truck this past weekend at napa. Its a tractor filter and only around 45 bucks. It is the diy of the tymar set up
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Call Dale at tymar performance he will fix you up @1-509-922-8785his system is pretty inexpeseive mine was about $150.00 shipped to my house
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yup a DIY seems to do the job for a much better price
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I couldn't find part # 6637 at the NAPA site.

Dave
search part # FIL 6637 and this is what you will get

Air Filter (Gold), Air Filter; 12.38"

Part: FIL 6637
Product Line: NAPA Filters

Price : 54.49

if im correct get one 4'' intercooler boot & clamp and a 4'' 45 long sweep exhaust pipe (trim to fit) and you have a custom intake

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