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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-30-2007, 11:58 PM Thread Starter
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Air Intake?

HOW MUCH DIFF DOSE A FILTER OR DIFFRENT AIR BOX REALLY MAKE?:shrug:

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post #2 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-31-2007, 12:08 AM
 
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i have a k&n on mine i could tell a diff. they say to add hp and torque. but it helps your motor breathe alot better i mean im sure you could use all the power you could get.
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K&N is bad on the turbo, it sucks the oil out.

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Filters with oil are harder on things, if you over oil them. IMO the K&N is a problem, because they increase airflow by decreasing restriction, and using the oil as the oil real way to stop particulate matter from entering the engine. Something like an AFE or BHAF increases filtration, while allowing the same or higher levels of air flow, because of the increased surface area of the filter.

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I like the BHAF...its really nice, cheap, and easy!!! to install! I've heard of them lasting upwards to 50k miles.

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I have an S&B intake on mine. I used to have a BHAF, but went with an actual intake. Not bashing the BHAF though, because I really loved mine, but it got dirty too quick. A prefilter condom thing would have prevented that. With the S&B, I do notice a little quicker spool up and a better whistle than when I had the BHAF. Here's mine:

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S&B Oiled or No? I know nobody running one...

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icebox is the way to go, it uses a amsoil nanofiber, and its made right here in the good ol USA
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the bhaf mounts to stock intake? and hpw much and where to get, and the s&b how much for that set up looks nice n neat

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Im not sure about the HP w/ it, but yea it just replaces the stock air box...i screw thingy...70 bucks at NAPA part # 2790...

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