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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-06-2006, 01:03 AM Thread Starter
 
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Just bought a [email protected] cold air kit and was just wondering if it was a bad move or not.Going to buy 4in. exh. next, but never any type of programmer.I just want to keep exh. temps down when pulling my equipment. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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I have have the same kit on my 04, some people told me "oh, why did you get that kit it lets in hot air because of the shroud and it doesnt filter good" blah blah blah. The funny part about it is that its always the guy with the overpriced AFE kit that says it. I have used K&N filters on all my rigs and have never had a problem, I have have one on my rock crawler now and every time I take it off, no matter how dirty the out side it is allways clean on the inside. K&N invented that style of filter, everybody else just copied them. OK Ill calm down. you made a good buy, mine kicks ***. Iam just tired of people telling me that I should have bought something else.

04 Ford 6.0 4x4 XLT Extended cab Shortbed 6 speed manual, K&N FIPK, 4" MBRP exhaust, 6" tip, Auto Meter Gauges, Edge Evolution
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if your tired of people telling you should have baught something else don't ask lol. You will be ok with the aft just cleen it often, we have done some testing and the K&N let alot more dirt buy than the "overpriced AFE kit" . I would just keep it cleen and you will be fine. K&N's work great, i have ran them on all my dirtbikes and ATV's but the fact is they are not the best on diesels, like it or not
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