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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-27-2006, 02:33 AM Thread Starter
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Intake help!!!

Trying to get some stuff together to help my new-found addiction.I'm stuck on what intake to get.

Was thinking of the afe stageII

Any ideas or suggestions? :shrug:

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make your own......I did mine for less than $45..............works just the same as others on the market.



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Dave....How much do you want to spend? If you want to go big $$, then look at the afe or even the airaid. If you want to do something simple, then look at the homemade Tymar intake.

Do a search through the 7.3L forums or even the tech section for it. I put it on my Dad's '02 PSD and he loves it.
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Was thinking of going that way.. 4 inch 45 and big ole filter. I don't need to spend more to get the same effect. That leaves more in the 'jector fund

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do you do any offroading?? how about oil analysis?? your engine will live longer with a good filter. for good flow-dust capacity-excellent silicne readings in the uoa-protection. i like afe. :Thumbup:
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The paper filters have great dust stopping ability's! The tymar is the best bang for the $$$

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Was thinking of going that way.. 4 inch 45 and big ole filter. I don't need to spend more to get the same effect. That leaves more in the 'jector fund

Thanks Kevin and Dave!

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yup yup yup............your a mod junkie now, I knew it was gonna happen in the Smokies.......I just knew it!!!!!!!!!




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Dave...you'd better start apologizing to Jean now. Money is going to start disappearing, that 301 uncorrected will soon turn to 325. Your eyes will begin to glaze over like Homer Simpsons does with donuts. You'll soon be mumbling....

must....have.....more.....horsepower......
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Dave...you'd better start apologizing to Jean now. Money is going to start disappearing, that 301 uncorrected will soon turn to 325. Your eyes will begin to glaze over like Homer Simpsons does with donuts. You'll soon be mumbling....

must....have.....more.....horsepower......

Nooooooo......I just don't want to make this truck, which we use everyday for work, into something that becomes a headache with a lot of MOD's.

What he has planned, I'm thinking and may need to be corrected, should be able to pull mid-low 9's at next years drags. That's MY goal for the dually. What ever it takes to get there.

He was looking at gauges last nite, asked which ones I like - of course I picked out one of the most expensive - which was also the nicest looking set. And yes we're getting them.

My theory - spend the money ONCE and be totally happy with what you have even if it's more than you expected to pay and even if you may have to wait a week or two for the next item, than settle for something you don't really like and you're just gonna replace later.

Heck, I'm still working on new wheels for the SVX - just haven't seen any that I LOVE yet. It's been 6 months and it may be another 6 till I decide. THe ugly ones work....so why rush a purchase.
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Hey Dave,im running a tymar set up on my truck....love it!...no problems yet...helped fuel milage too! i put the biggest damn filter i could fit in there....$26.00!! from napa:Thumbup: :HappyMugs
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