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post #1 of 30 Old 05-20-2012, 07:48 PM Thread Starter
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Cool dual 6637 intake

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post #2 of 30 Old 05-20-2012, 08:06 PM
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just my 2 cents... that is fkn retarded. that motor will NEVER need the flow that ONE of those air filters can provide.
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Well I'll take the 70* degrees lower egts for an extra 25 bucks than just one, that's just my 2 cents the couple extra psi. For boost is nice too, but hey not everyone is willing to spend a few more bucks
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Also I like being different, and it goes along with my truck, different than every single powerstroke out there
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I'll say interesting and nice fab job.
But you shouldn't have more boost. Same turbo and more air should be more CFM and less boost. Physics.



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Dude you should cut a hole in your hood and run a 3rd one sticking straight up. Ram air. It'd add like 100 HP.

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nice fab job, but as stated, overkill... but you can probly go longer between filter changes, twice as much to clog up!

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I absolutely DO NOT believe that you have lower EGT's or more boost from this DUAL FILTER setup. whatever gains you achieved (if any) would be the same with 1 filter.

Seeing as how BOTH filters are brand new, I assume that you still had your stock filter setup before, or had a dirty big filter. That is the only reason you MIGHT have noticed a change in your boost and EGT's
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nope to prove you wrong I ran one new 6637 before adding the second one, did test from 0-60 and then 0-80 added the second and zoodad mod and seeing the improvements. Also the boost increase is whatever but another guy that did this setup said he had the same improvements. Also to The Trav you have the rep of someone that knows absolutely nothing, once you build a 8 sec gt500 come talk ****.
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I think it's cool. Do whatever you feel like doing to your truck and not worry about what all these so called experts think. There has been alot of weiners that think they know everything here lately,but I dont see there super dyna whooper diesel performance expert hot rod shop advertised on here.

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