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AIS intake and muffler delete

Getting the ford intake for the early 99. was wondering what the best price is and wheater or not i should get the fender boot thing.

second question was about a muffler delete. right now it has some sort of aftermarket 4" cat with a 4" banks turbo back kit. right now there is no exhaust noise, just turbo whistle and that mud terrain tire hum. If i remove the muffler but leave the cat would there be a big difference in sound or performce even if the cat stays? would like to leave the cat just incase a cop on a bad day has something to say, if it was only me driving and my truck it would fall off but the last thing i want is my dad mad cause i talked him into taking the cat off.

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early 99 f-350 7.3 6speed crew cab
banks exhaust, chip, big head, exhaust houseing
and wheel
Ford AIS intake
5.5" fabtech lift w/ 35x12.50/18's
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have the FORD AIS intake on sale :Products On Sale

if you take off the muffler you will hear even more turbo noise....
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on the early 99's dont you need a new intake tube too?

early 99 f-350 7.3 6speed crew cab
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and wheel
Ford AIS intake
5.5" fabtech lift w/ 35x12.50/18's
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on the early 99's dont you need a new intake tube too?
you mean that lil thing that goes into the fender?
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on 2 other sites it said early 99's must buy a longer air box to turbo tube, thats like another $50

add: here is one of the sites thaty lists the new intake hose
DFUSER Diesel Performance Products Exhaust High Performance Part Diesel Intake Diesel Power Chips

early 99 f-350 7.3 6speed crew cab
banks exhaust, chip, big head, exhaust houseing
and wheel
Ford AIS intake
5.5" fabtech lift w/ 35x12.50/18's

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