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Old 07-26-2012, 03:12 PM
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Best intake for 7.3

I was just wondering what the best air intake would be for a 2001 f350 cc 7.3. I've looked into alot just can decide. DIY 6637? Afe? Sand b volant. I really don't know can't decide


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Good question....bump
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Old 07-26-2012, 03:52 PM
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I love Afe stage 2 had it for probably 6 years now

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I have my S&B and have had it for 3 years so far, and still love it the closed box is what sold me but I have heard people love the DIY plus, it is cheaper.
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AFE and DIY seem to be a popular pick
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I am all about the 6673, massive filter that you can get more mileage out of, not to mention it is an easy and cheap install, saves your green for other things
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Where did you order yours?
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I think im gonna go with the DIY 6637 kit from riffraff diesel. Only 77$


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I found a helpful thread if you didn't want to spend the money on a kit....DIY INTAKE ! ! ! ! ("tymar knockoff")....he uses a piece of 4" exhaust tube, the 6637 and hose clamps
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Old 07-26-2012, 05:53 PM
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Well the filter from my closest napa store is 63$ and with the kit I found I get all that and I get a cover for it too


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