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Old 06-19-2014, 02:05 PM
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I am looking at intakes for my 2000 f250. Which one do you guys prefer I'm looking at afe stage 2 or s&b.
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I would say both are good options.. however the more cost efficient and preferred way is the DIY 6637 filter kit..
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The riff raff kit comes with all that you need.
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if no smog laws the 6637 is good and cheap. although expect to spend 30 bucks a year on a new filter, or sooner if you drive a lot.

but i really like the my s&b kit. it looks cleaner and is smog legal.

both are good, i have an s&b and i got my dad the 6637 kit
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if no smog laws the 6637 is good and cheap. although expect to spend 30 bucks a year on a new filter, or sooner if you drive a lot.

but i really like the my s&b kit. it looks cleaner and is smog legal.

both are good, i have an s&b and i got my dad the 6637 kit
What is the typical mileage guys are putting on the 6637's before swapping it for a freshy? I much prefer not having to deal with oiling and cleaning that K&N filter that was in previously.
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What is the typical mileage guys are putting on the 6637's before swapping it for a freshy? I much prefer not having to deal with oiling and cleaning that K&N filter that was in previously.
Will depend on driving conditions. With me doing mostly interstate driving, I'd guess I will change every 20-25k miles or so.
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A Donaldson filer as used in the Tymar kit will hold over 1lbs of dust and flow all the air needed. Bean did a Dyno test on a Filthy Tymar kit and made the exact HP with no filter. So 50k+ miles shouldn't be any issue.
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I run the Donaldson filter BTW.
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Thanks for the input guys. I think I will go with s&b for the lifetime filter.
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