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CFM+ Intake Manifold System

is anyone running the CFM+ intake manifold on their 7.3? I am thinking about buying one soon and would like to know if it adds any power and is actually worth the money. Any advice would be great, thanks.
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anyone?????
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i'd like to know the same thing.

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I don't think anyone is proud to say they have bought it. It looks awesome but I don't think it makes any power. So we can hear from someone with actual experience. Sorry to have taken space...

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i have a small mouth on my 6.0 but i didnt notice any difference. i dont think there worth the money unless you plan on making big power and its nice to have the extra bungs for water/meth or nitrous.

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If you have a 7.3 nothing will out flow or out clean a Tymar intake or a DYI clone.

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is anyone running the CFM+ intake manifold on their 7.3? I am thinking about buying one soon and would like to know if it adds any power and is actually worth the money. Any advice would be great, thanks.

Its not worth the $400 it costs... Its a pretty thingy, and thats about it.

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If you have a 7.3 nothing will out flow or out clean a Tymar intake or a DYI clone.

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Has nothing to do with an intake really... Whether you were running a AFE or stock, this part would not care.

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it should do what it advertises, make intake air cooler, but not enough to make a whole lot of power.

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It does look really nice, I would only get it if I was going to make my engine compartment pretty.

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CFM intakes are like high end female escorts. Yer payin waayyy too much for looks and no performance.

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