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post #1 of 25 Old 08-15-2010, 05:44 PM Thread Starter
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diy intake question

this may be a stupid question but when doing the diy intake the 6637 filter is that the same part number that i would get from o reillys or autzone or something only asking cu the closest napa is about 2 hrs away any help would be appreciated thanks guys
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I bought a WIX 6637 from the local O'Riellys and it has worked great. You might want to google crossreference the number, as I know it wasn't just "6637" there was a letter at either the beginning or end of it if I recall correctly.
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Baldwin PA2818 works too.

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Ok sounds good and thanks definitely appreciate the help
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Napa has decent prices if you need it absolutely now. The Napa number is 6637 and the Wix number is 46637

O'Reilly's price at $54.99 sucks.


Here's where I got mine $36.79
Baldwin PA2818 Element Air Filter

Came 2 days later too

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i started a diy cold air intake out of a aluminium tool box top[IMG][IMG][IMG][/IMG][/IMG][/IMG] sorry if its not right this is my 1st post. im not done with it yet. i have to finish later i have to tig the corners and cut a couple of more peices
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I will try this again!
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will post more when it is all together and sealed
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I went with an Amsoil 4095 filter over the traditional 6637 filter. The Amsoil is a non-oiled filter that is washable/reusable and fits in there perfect. It has a spot to mount your air restrictor gauge and has a built in bolt to mount a holding bracket (I used a straight piece of metal and bent it into an L-shape to hold it in place). The filter w/ a pre-wrap cost me something like $75 shipped (but I'm an Amsoil Preferred Member for only $20 per year). I thought it was a better investment over the one time use 6637.

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I bought mine from O'Riellys for $30
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