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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 08-02-2007, 02:15 AM Thread Starter
 
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Air Intake?

What kind of air intake would work best for an '05 Cummins. I drive a lot of dirt roads so it'd have to be super tough and probably pre-filtered. I also want it the turbo to scream, took silencer ring out and didn't seem to do much. Any suggestions would be great. :thanks:
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What kind of air intake would work best for an '05 Cummins. I drive a lot of dirt roads so it'd have to be super tough and probably pre-filtered. I also want it the turbo to scream, took silencer ring out and didn't seem to do much. Any suggestions would be great. :thanks:

I'd stick with the stock intake if you're off road that much. Look into amsoil's drop in nanofiber filter if you want ease of cleaning and good filtration.

here is the link to the filter / part # that should fit your vehicle.
http://www.amsoil.com/storefront/detail.aspx?ID=6861
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Go with the AFE stage II pro guard 7 with a precleaner wrap
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go for a dry filter. they are relatively new and im not sure how many people actually like them but I love mine. The dry filters only have to be put in a bucket of warm water. Just dunk it and work it around then let dry. Once dry put back in and your ready to go. I have the AEM Bruteforce, but i would recomend an intake with a box because the exposed filter will get dirtier a lot faster then with a box. Volant and S&B have enclosed boxes.
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Go with the AFE stage II pro guard 7 with a precleaner wrap
I have a brand new one of these for sale if your interested jw_hendry.:Thumbup:
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post #6 of 25 (permalink) Old 08-30-2007, 05:42 PM
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Bhaf with a prefilter. Heres mine
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I had the BHAF on my 12V'er

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I would Go with the AFE stage 2 with the pro guard filter as long as U clean ur filter reg. and dont drowned it in oil U will be fine just check it every so often also if U put a pre filter it help with big debris and cut on the cleaning.
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I have the truflo drop in , and like it alot. I have yet to see any dust after the filter.
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I fabbed a super BHAF at the shop - enough Cummins-spec air flow & filtration to support over 900HP & almost 2000 ft-lbs. of torque.

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