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Old 11-27-2011, 09:00 PM
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how can i fix my intake???? please help

I just bought an excursion. It has a k&n on it and i want to get rid of it. But was curious is there any filter i could put on the k&n instead of getting rid of it completely????
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Old 11-27-2011, 09:40 PM
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Get rid of it. I just put a 6637 on the end of my k&n pipe last week. I have a new turbo wheel odered because of the k&n. Maybe it was lack of maintenance on my part, but the 6637 looks like the clear winner.
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X2 on the diy 6637... I've done them on all my superdutys, would do it on my work van if I could get it to fit under the hood, and even done one on my buddy's truck... It's the first mod I did to the Ex when we got it... go for it.
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But then it won't be a cold air intake. Is that bad?
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It gets enough cold air via the fender hole. It's not worth worrying about.
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