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Old 11-24-2008, 02:35 PM
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BD Diesel Wins SEMA Best New Product

BD Diesel Performance is proud to announce the release of our newest product for the 2008.

Winner of the SEMA 2008 Best New Product Award.




Now Shipping!!

-Cooler Ambient Intake Temps
-Improved Fuel Economy
-Lower EGT & Emissions
-Faster Turbo Response


Click Here for more details

BD Diesel Performance - Innovators of Diesel Technology!

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congrats I stopped by the booth while i was there.
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Old 11-24-2008, 02:52 PM
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Cool! Congrats!
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Congratulations! That's AWESOME!
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That is a cool product but i have a few questions what about heavy rain storms when you are going 70mph down the freeway will it take in water. Also i have wider tires that sling up mud and other things will this be a problem
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Old 12-13-2008, 08:25 AM
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Nothing is wrong with the stock intake system...except lack of bling, braging rights and making your wallet lighter.
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For a Stock truck the intake is fine, modded... put anything on it you want..just hope you don't need your warranty.
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Old 12-14-2008, 08:38 AM
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..just hope you don't need your warranty.
Not necessarily. Some dealers can be an azz about stuff like intakes and dpf back exhausts when they don't hurt anything. But alot don't mind at all.
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Mine doesn't care that my DPF fell off somewhere.........
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Nothing is wrong with the stock intake system...except lack of bling, braging rights and making your wallet lighter.
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For a Stock truck the intake is fine, modded... put anything on it you want..just hope you don't need your warranty.
Thank you for not answering any of my question As for my warranty that is long gone i had some questions about the designs on this intake. Every time i hammer on my truck in sucks the filter minder closed so i think i will be ok getting a after market intake
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