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Doing Zoodad...Which intake?

doing a zoodad on a '00 7.3L as I install a much needed cold air intake. was wondering which intakes ppl have used and what ppl like/dislike about them. Mainly debating on AFE stage 2 and S&B. need to know if both can be zoodad'd to the front behind the grill

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I have the AFE stage 2 and I did the Zoodad.

DOnt know if the Zoo does any good but I did it.

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AFE IS by far the best flowing, while the Ford AIS is the best filtering. All depends on what you want. My main concern was filtration because I drive off road a lot. The AIS with Zoodad flows all the air my truck needs. I myself don't care for open element filters due to the increased noise, reckon I am getting old!! With the AIS the zoodad creates a ram air affect into the intake. Not so with a open air filter. I would probably leave the snorkle in place or modify it so it directs the air to the element, otherwise the air coming in from the zoodad isn't directed anywhere. Although cooling the intake air is always a good thing.

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