I have both an S&B intake and 4" MBRP. They do exactly as described, suck in air and blow it out.
With the S&B there is two filter options, oiled and dry. With the oiled filter you can reuse it multiple times by cleaning it and re-oiling it (red filter). If that doesn't interest you, like myself, they make a dry filter (white filter) that is one time use and keep switching it out like a typical filter. If you go with the dry filter I highly recommend getting their filter sock with it as it keeps a lot of dirt out of the filter. There is other options out there that will do the same thing for less, aFe, 6637, etc but I like the cosmetic function of it too, if that matters to you.
The S6200p is their aluminium with muffler. You live in Arizona so salt isn't an issue and it will most likely last a long time if you keep it in Arizona, it will start to rust out immediately if gone through a winter with salt. They also make a T409 steel option which is what the factory exhaust is made of but will brown like the factory exhaust if in contact with salt. The T304 is what I have and its for environments that see nonstop salt but will always stay shiny.
Regardless of what options you choose there will be a noticeable sound difference, you'll hear more air being sucked in when building boost and the truck will sound a lot louder from outside the cab or with the windows open. Most MBRP kits come with a muffler, if you do want more sound MBRP makes a matching muffler delete pipe.
On a stock truck you won't really notice too much of a difference with these mods. It's all about tuning but you need these mods as the absolute basics to do tuning.
For intercooler boots I went with these https://www.ebay.com/itm/7-3L-Late-1...ty!10308!US!-1
because they match my engine parts and colors. But BD Diesel, Mishimoto, RiffRaff, are all good options, just depends what color and whose sticker you want.
2002 Ford F350-Lariat-CrewCab-LongBed-7.3L PowerStroke Intercooled Turbo Diesel!
2.5 PMF lift on 325/60r20 Nitto M/T's
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