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Time has come for an intake. Been looking at the Ford AIS as I'm familiar with these filters because the heavy equipment I work on. But also looked at a Tymar, an S&B, AFE, and riff raft. Whats everyones opinion? Looking to build truck to the 300-375 Hp range
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Search: DIY Intake here, best bang for the $
Clay from Riff Raff sells what you'd need for it as well
6637 filter and tubing

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The s&b is very nice if you are not on a budget. If you are then riff raff's 6637 donaldson blue is a great option.

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Time has come for an intake. Been looking at the Ford AIS as I'm familiar with these filters because the heavy equipment I work on. But also looked at a Tymar, an S&B, AFE, and riff raft. Whats everyones opinion? Looking to build truck to the 300-375 Hp range
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Clay from Riff Raff sells what you'd need for it as well
6637 filter and tubing
I agree for your specific application. The 6637 from riffraff would be the cheapest an meet your needs. I run the AIS intake now and I feel it might not flow as much as the 6637 but I only run a wicked wheel 2 turbo wheel, straight pipe exhaust and rarely a tune for power. I've read a lot how good the AIS filters but when you run hot tunes it MAY not flow as much as the 6637. I love the look and the filters last longer than the 6637's just not as cheap etc.

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Riffraff 6637 with the Donaldson blue works great.

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I run S&B and love it. Looks good under the hood too. Pricey though.
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If you want a nice and clean looking intake kit, S&B is definitely the way to go.

https://cncfab.us/i-30497967-sb-filt...f-75-5062.html

But if you want cheap and a much better filter than a 6637, this would be the one. @White_Buffalo7.3 can certainly fill in his experience as he has a 6637.

https://cncfab.us/i-30497556-afe-pow...-21-90058.html
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I love my 6637 from Riff Raff, i have the Donaldson blue. I view that it is better than a standard 6637 because its the "new" " Ultra-Web® nanofiber". I don't have any problems with it on my truck and i have a few mods that require increased air flow and it has yet to give me a problem.
https://www.riffraffdiesel.com/donal...e-6637-filter/
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