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post #1 of 13 Old 11-14-2012, 01:12 AM Thread Starter
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6637 vs s&b cai

I'm new to the 7.3, wondering if a
6637 filter would be a solid purchase or an s&b intake? Any help is appreciated! Thanks guys!

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post #2 of 13 Old 11-14-2012, 03:44 AM
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Depends on how much you want to spend... IMHO I would gow with the most cost effective high flow intake setup I can find. A diy 6637 intake should run you like $50 tops...

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I'm running the S&B intake and love it BUT like said above it was costly and I don't know if its better than the 6637 50$ or 250$ big differance I probly would do the 6637 if I had it to do over again cuz everyone here loves it. But I'm still happy with the S&B

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IMHO, the s&b looks sweet. I kinda feel that's where it ends though. If I wasn't a broke ***** I would go with S&B though just because it looks so much less "RICER"

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P.S. I run the 6637 with a D-66 and like it.

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Yeah they look good. I did a whole bunch of research when I got mine on what was the best and came up with the S&B but that was before I found this site and u can put $200 toward another mod and get a 6637 and probly not tell a difference.
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TS 6 POS. CHIP
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S&B AIR INTAKE
10" LIFT
38/14.50-16 TOYO M/T'S
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Yeah they look good. I did a whole bunch of research when I got mine on what was the best and came up with the S&B but that was before I found this site and u can put $200 toward another mod and get a 6637 and probly not tell a difference.
exactly. the S&B looks titts though

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S&B here too no complaints just be sure to check the clearances after install so the filter doesn't rub inside the box and get a prefilter wrap to keep the bugs and junk out of the filter pleats and making it easier to clean later.

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Thanks guys! By the sounds of it I'll probably go for the 6637 since its 200 bucks cheaper haha
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I took out the K&N style filter and went back to the 6637. Saw a sale on them this week at Riffraff for 25.00.

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