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Old 10-23-2007, 06:21 PM
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Afe Stage II installed

I put my AFE Stage II in today took a whole 35 mins and I am very happy with the fit and finish of this product.. It lets the turbo sing more then the diy tymar... and looks better too I went with the dry filter I hate oiled filters it is pulling from the hole in the fender and my enormous zoodad she is breathing better now ... up next I need shocks and the Beans D66 then sticks










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Looks good man, congrats. I like how that set up is designed to keep the engine heat away from the filter.
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Old 10-23-2007, 06:32 PM
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looks great......
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have you done any driving with it yet? How has it effected your fuel mileage?
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I love mine... Put one on the X too...
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have you done any driving with it yet? How has it effected your fuel mileage?
only put maybe 10 miles on it since install that was done a few hrs ago.. and well most of that was skinny pedal on the floor board...

I cant ever tell what improvements I'm making until I go a week or two testing the added hp and sound with the foot glued to the floor.. I'm sure it will help mileage if I learn to drive easy... doubt that's gonna happen soon though
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Hate to hijack the thread, but I was just on AFE's website and they seem to have 20 different versions of the stage II intake. Anybody know what the differences are? I had one of the closed box set-ups on my 04, but I was told it would throw a code on 06's with a build date past a certain date (can't remember off-hand but mine is later). On the website it looks like they now have one that works with 03 -07 so it should work with mine. Anybody have any knowledge of the advantages of the open top version vs. canister type?
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the canister type will resist your engine heat a lil better.... but to be quite honest your stocker will pull in enough air to get the job done... you dont need to upgrade intake until you get to high HP numbers... but if you still want one let me know and ill hook you up
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It pulls plenty enough air, but looking at the price of the Donaldson air filters, the re-useable AFE may end up costing less in the long run...(and sounds a little cooler, too).
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It pulls plenty enough air, but looking at the price of the Donaldson air filters, the re-useable AFE may end up costing less in the long run...(and sounds a little cooler, too).
in the long run it would prob be cheaper... and they do sound better... here is a link to my 6.0L AFE kits Intakes:Ford:2004-2007 Superduty
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