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Old 07-18-2013, 04:51 AM
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intake manifold 7.3l

I am looking at the cfm+ and or the afe performance upgrade any comments about either What type of differences noticed
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I noticed a little better throttle response but the only way I would do it was if I got a screaming deal on the intake manifold which I did.
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Old 07-19-2013, 03:29 AM
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Hey thanks for the info wondered if it was worth the effort I have a Banks cold ram air unit to put on. A 4" turbo back exhaust. the truck runs well so it give me something to think about
Bert
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Old 07-19-2013, 09:45 AM
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IMO waste of $$$$ will not affect anything but your pocket book.

Intake get a Tymar or Ford AIS with a filter sleeve mod.
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Are the Tymar or any copies CARB legal? I have to have my truck checked every two years.
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Old 07-20-2013, 03:50 PM
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AIS is Ford OEM so I'd think it would be.
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Are the Tymar or any copies CARB legal? I have to have my truck checked every two years.
The S&B intake is carb legal.

And that's just an intake, not the manifolds that the op is talking about...just to clarify.

I like the afe blade runner myself, and pusher intakes makes the same one as the cfm and afe manifolds but a lot cheaper

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Old 07-21-2013, 04:47 AM
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Hey thanks every one for the input I have a 2000 f250 7.3l It has a banks ram air intake and 4" turbo back exhaust runs well
I didn't know about the pusher unit.
I see that one is all steel. It would seem to hold heat longer than composite or aluminum
They state there unit eliminates the heater. Any comments on the effect of that I live in north floridia It gets cold for short periods of time

Always like to save money
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Hey thanks every one for the input I have a 2000 f250 7.3l It has a banks ram air intake and 4" turbo back exhaust runs well
I didn't know about the pusher unit.
I see that one is all steel. It would seem to hold heat longer than composite or aluminum
They state there unit eliminates the heater. Any comments on the effect of that I live in north floridia It gets cold for short periods of time

Always like to save money
Bert
I can eliminate the heater in 5 minutes

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waist of money, Black Bart.
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