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Old 07-08-2008, 07:09 AM
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Which cold air intake?

Hey everyone I am new to diesel world. I am looking @ different cold air intake systems for my 2001 f350.Ive seeen members talk about 6637. I also saw a tru-flow system that uses stock air box.Is it possible to use the 6637 and keep stock battery tray?Just thought Id thank yall in advanced.Oh the only mods on truck right now r drop in k&n filter,supercips micro tuner set on fuel economy and tow mode.

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if i had to choose an intake system it will be a S&B intake.... its the best bang for your bucks intake that you can purchase.... but a DIY intake is pretty good too if you want to go that route
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Hey everyone I am new to diesel world. I am looking @ different cold air intake systems for my 2001 f350.Ive seeen members talk about 6637. I also saw a tru-flow system that uses stock air box.Is it possible to use the 6637 and keep stock battery tray?Just thought Id thank yall in advanced.Oh the only mods on truck right now r drop in k&n filter,supercips micro tuner set on fuel economy and tow mode.

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Wec
The best? Ford AIS. I run it and love it. It will support a bit over 400hp without modding the box.

6637? I used it and it worked OK. Too loud for me. Can you keep the batt tray? Yes.

Tru-flow? No clue.

And yes, ditch the crappy K&N.
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Old 07-08-2008, 08:53 AM
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If I decide to go w/ a 6637 filter.What do you do w/ sensor on the side of stock air box?
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+1 for the S&B!
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If I decide to go w/ a 6637 filter.What do you do w/ sensor on the side of stock air box?
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You can drill a hole and mount it to the air filter or leave it plugged in and lay it by the filter.
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Old 07-08-2008, 09:37 AM
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It mesures the air temp. Just tip tie it out of the way.

I love my DIY
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