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Old 06-17-2010, 06:10 PM
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6637 Filter CFM?

Been running it for about 8 months and has been hard to start, Rebuilt the turbo about 2 wks ago cleaned intercooler pipes, turbo, and intake spyder 500 mil. later I have PUDDLES of oil in all of the above seems like it is starving for air so it is sucking it out of the crank, also have CCV mod drained it when did rebuild and it had about 1/3 a soda bottle of oil in it tonight when I drained it
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intercooler has oil in it?

how dirty is your napa?
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Brand new filter on it and Im sure there is oil in the intercooler if there is oil in the pipes to and from the intercooler there is oil in it, and I've done a little research and according to what I've found the stock air filter flows 670CFM, what does the 6637 flow found something a while back that said it flows 425CFM if that is correct then we are starving our trucks
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hmmm.

i know the napa has more surface area so it "should" increase the flow. but i have not seen the data.
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stock 670 cfm? I thought I read it only flows about 280? I have had my 6637 for over a year and even dirty did not have any problems.
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OK so for example my mustang intake system flows 600-650CFM so you mean to tell me a little 302 needs more air than a 444 cu. diesel
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6637 flows 425 cfm
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well I put a AEM filter on it, and a guy on the cumminsforum dynoed his truck with the napa filter and then with the stock air box and filter and made more power stock than with the 6637 you can go to google and search it if you don't believe me
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well I put a AEM filter on it, and a guy on the cumminsforum dynoed his truck with the napa filter and then with the stock air box and filter and made more power stock than with the 6637 you can go to google and search it if you don't believe me
...id like to call BS.. but who knows

I need to hit up a dyno.. lol
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