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witch one is better....the tymar intake and the afe stage II, i gotta chip and going to be getting some gauage, and i going to do exhaust, wicked wheel, 1.0 exhaust houseing, maybe a whole new turbo, bigger injectors, dif hpop, this is not going to happen all at once but those are my plans anyways. what intake should i go with ?

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AFE Stage 2 for performance. The tymar wont give you as much performance but it will give you better filtration.
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Tymar is a bump in performance over the stock intake. Go with the AFE if you have the money and if you don't - get the tymar. You'll pay a 1/4 of the price for an intake that would only net you a couple more PSI.

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If you put a Baldwin PA 2818 filter on it you will get more air flow than a PSD can use and it will be very clean air. This setup is far better than the $300 systems in my opinion and it only costs $38 and takes about 1/2 hour to put in. Take a look at the picture of it in my signature link under general pictures about 3 pages in.

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If you put a Baldwin PA 2818 filter on it you will get more air flow than a PSD can use and it will be very clean air. This setup is far better than the $300 systems in my opinion and it only costs $38 and takes about 1/2 hour to put in. Take a look at the picture of it in my signature link under general pictures about 3 pages in.
Man, do you just make it up as you go??? For a stockish truck your right, but throw a turbo, injectors, and or any big power mod and your out buying another intake... Why do it twice?

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yeah i think i am going with the afe stage II..

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I have the Tymar and i love it, but i'm not goin for big power either. I just wanted a little more air and i LOVE the sound of it!!!

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I was thinking about going with AFE next time around. I replaced my Tymar about 2 weeks ago, and NAPA charged me close to 50 bucks.
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