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Old 12-12-2008, 01:21 PM
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cold air intake

I have a 2006 6.0 PS, F-350. I have opened up the intake, removed the CAT and muffler, and have a sct tuner. what type of cold air intake is the best. do i need to replace the down tube as well?

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Everyone is going to tell you different but i think the best bang for your buck is the S&B and if you're gonna spend the money get the whole kit not just a filter. just my
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yeah s&b is a very good intake. i also like the afe stage 2 which i have and like it also. i had a s&b on my duracrap and couldnt tell a difference between the two. if you get one, let us know if your mpg's drop cause mine did every truck i installed one on. pretty bad too. like 2-5 mpg less. maybe its just the way i drive lol
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i agree the best bang for your bucks is the S&B intake

here is a link: S&B 6.0L Intake
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is there a big difference between the stage one and stage two afe?
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is there a big difference between the stage one and stage two afe?
yes.. .they are completely diff setups.... but also depends on what truck your looking it for and what filters....

the PG7 is a completely diff filter from the stage 1

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i understand that but does the box around the filter along with the ram air do a whole lot
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