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Old 04-25-2012, 07:57 PM
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Anyone running afe big boost over 6637

I'm looking at intakes agian I have a 6636 now but I'm thinking of up grading. I love the s&b but I like the afe big boost. The only thing I don't like about the big boost is it Seams like it would let alot of crap in ? Anyone running a big boost


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Old 04-26-2012, 12:43 PM
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i am never had any issues
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Old 05-02-2012, 12:18 PM
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I am also. It seems like I cant keep the thing oiled though so I am considering switching to the 6637. Im curious to see what everyone else thinks though
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i have the s&b and i absolutely love it its a really clean install and the difference is unbelievable (between stock and s&b) would recommend it to anyone with 7.3 plus the housing has the tube out the front that lines up perfectly for the zoodad mod
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aFe is the way to go. seems like i clean it often but intake is spotless. wyoming is the dust capital, it picks up alot.
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when john deere tractors start comin with a cotton gauze filter i'll make the switch, until then i'll keep what i have
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Bruce u running a 6637


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Why hell yeah
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K&N has marketing behind it and brand recognition. That doesn't make K&N filters great.
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K&N has marketing behind it and brand recognition. That doesn't make K&N filters great.
So are you saying that the big boost over the 6637 is just becasue of brand recognition and marketing?
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