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This may sound silly but is there any advantage to make the pvc intake tube but leave the stock box? I have the amsoil drop in filter and really don't want to spend the extra $$$ right now on buying the cone filter. Give me your thoughts. Thanks
2007 Mega Cab Laramie 5.9 Cummins, Smarty Jr. Jake Brake, 5" MBRP Stainless Exhaust, 48re, Amsoil fluids and oil bypass, Nano filter, Toyo Open Country AT 285/75/17, AMP research power steps
the only benefit from doing the tube is more singin' (intake baffle removal) and possibly increased air flow if you go with bigger tube. i went with 4" inside diameter pvc and a 4091 filter. you shouldnt see much if any performance increase...
I don't use PVC, but I did use an old piece of 4" exhaust pipe......
__________________ 2007 Megacab, Automatic built by TRE Diesel, Cooper ST Maxx 275/70/18, Raceline Wheels, 2" HBS Leveling Kit, 5" Exhaust with 6" Tip, 5" Cold Air Intake, Pusher Intake, Smarty, Quadzilla Boost Fooler, Phantom Gauges
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