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Old 02-17-2013, 04:49 AM
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Cold air intake

Im thinking about putting a cold air intake on my 94 7.3 PSD 2 wheel drive reg cab. What do cold air intakes do, and are they hard to install thanks.
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Old 02-17-2013, 05:33 AM
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They let the turbo breathe easier. If you do a 6637 filter it takes about 5 min to install once you get the airbox out. If I remember right the airbox is a little tricky to get out, it's been a few years though. Just a word of advise, stay away from K&N not a good filter.
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I also recommend the 6637. Easy to do, and cheap to replace.


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is there any way yall coulde leave me alink to a good one for my truck
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is there any way yall coulde leave me alink to a good one for my truck
Riffraff Diesel: 6637 Replacement Filter

I suggest getting the 4" clamp as well. Makes things easier.
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Old 02-26-2013, 04:38 PM
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Installed 6637 Kit

I was looking for a new intake and installed the 6637 Kit today, simple to do and ditched the K&N that was on my '97 F-350. Got an assist from 351fifty over the phone to tell me it was okay to rip that old K&N tub off its rubber attachment points. Thank you everyone for the insight in this thread and others.
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