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Old 12-18-2007, 10:39 PM
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AFE intake & downpipe

Hi everyone, I just need some tips on witch AFE intake and what brand of downpipe I should buy. It going on a early 99 PS, THANKS
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AFE stage 2 and a MBRP dp.. but my question is why you gonna run just the DP?
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AFE Stage 2 Pro Dry all the way. Plenty of options on downpipes.
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AFE Stage 2 Pro Dry all the way. Plenty of options on downpipes.
I dont know about that, I'd got with the aFe Stage 2 w/ Pro Guard 7. I got a buddy that runs Diesel Performance Enhancement he said the best for the Early 99's is that. Another plus is it looks monsterous under the hood (Pro Guard 7 is the big air filter), it makes a cool, loud whistle sound too....
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afe stg 2 and mbrp dp as long as you have a system to go behind it
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buy the cheapest priced exhaust you can get, there is no difference in MBRP vs. no name brand. I ordered MBRP and what a runaround i got from them and then i sent there schit back and went to the local muffler shop and got a no name kit and its awsome and saved me some money.
By the way, MBRP doesn't make a true 4" TB for the 6.0...nor does silverline or anyone else. Its 3.5" DP to 4".
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Old 12-19-2007, 11:08 AM
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I dont know about that, I'd got with the aFe Stage 2 w/ Pro Guard 7. I got a buddy that runs Diesel Performance Enhancement he said the best for the Early 99's is that. Another plus is it looks monsterous under the hood (Pro Guard 7 is the big air filter), it makes a cool, loud whistle sound too....
ProGuard 7 is the type of filter, there is also the standard media and the New ProDry... They are all the same size, the standard media has a inner filter on the end which increases the surface area. They all fit on the Stage 2 system...

I run the standard media, after 200,000 miles and no dirt issues I prefer the added flow over a little better filtering.
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Oh dang, I thought the Pro Guard 7 was bigger and provided more air flow than the others.... o well im very pleased w/ it anyway. p.s. i knew it was the kind of filter just for the record.....
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Oh dang, I thought the Pro Guard 7 was bigger and provided more air flow than the others.... o well im very pleased w/ it anyway. p.s. i knew it was the kind of filter just for the record.....
The proguard provides the BEST filtering, Standard provides the best Flow, and the ProDri provides about the same as the standard but is easier to clean...
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Ok thanks, and the reason I want just a downpipe is that the local muffler shop wont put in a downpipe for some reason.
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