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Old 07-30-2012, 07:08 PM
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DIY 6637 advantages

What are The advantages of putting in a 6637 air intake in compared to the stock intake.


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Old 07-31-2012, 09:11 AM
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I have read much more air flow!!
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Airflow, filtration, less restriction
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Airflow, filtration, less restriction
What he said.
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Well.. No

The 6637 is actually rated at a lower CFM than the stock filter. Not by much, but by some. Your truck probably wont notice but thats that. It filters much more though, and lasts a lot longer.

I run a 6637 and it has served me well but I dont love it. AIS is a much better filter, both air flow and filtration are improved over the 6637, but it is a tad expensive.
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So what is the best flowing DIY filter to put in?? I have all the room since I will be moving my batts?


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Old 07-31-2012, 06:41 PM
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6637 works great.

That's the first time I've heard someone say the AIS flows more than a 6637. Better filtering, yes, but not more air flow.
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Well.. No

The 6637 is actually rated at a lower CFM than the stock filter. Not by much, but by some. Your truck probably wont notice but thats that. It filters much more though, and lasts a lot longer.

I run a 6637 and it has served me well but I dont love it. AIS is a much better filter, both air flow and filtration are improved over the 6637, but it is a tad expensive.
Kinda difficult to do both of these better and remain the same size or smaller.

The 6637 filters good. It flows good because of the surface area of the filter.
This gilter is meant to keep engines alive in very rough conditions and will serve you great on your truck.
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