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Old 10-23-2013, 04:50 PM
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Best filter or intake for stock truck?

I've got a new to me 2010 F250 CC FX4 that I'm in the process of dialing in to my liking - it needs a new air filter, and with the price of replacement filters being $65-95 it would seem money might be better spent on a nice intake setup with a dry reusable filter correct? I'm not currently tuned, but some mild tuning/delete stuff is coming in the future. So far I've dealt with the basics and some aesthetics - tint, leveling, weathertechs, tires. Is going to something along the lines of the No Limit intake without custom tuning a bad idea? This is my first diesel so I'm new to most of this.
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Old 10-23-2013, 04:55 PM
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AFE stage II intake all the way. Also when you get your deleting and tuning done, go with the Spartan. Trust me, its worth it.
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Are the AFE intakes using dry filters?
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Are the AFE intakes using dry filters?
Either or. They have both oiled or dry. I prefer the oiled. Buy two and keep one oiled and ready to go on your shop shelf for an easy swap when it's time to clean the dirty one.


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