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I have the old style( not HD) AEM Brute Force intake and Im wondering if anyone knows which Amsoil Nano can I use with it. I looked on their web sit and the 4510 looks about right but it says 4.5 inlet. Im not home to check mine out but I thought the BF has a 4". Anybody know for sure. I wanted to order one now so it will be there when I get back from working. Thanks!
 

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There's guys running the 4510 with no problems, I'm running the 4090 on my Bute Force Intake tube and works great:thumbsup
 

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Theres guys running the 4510 with no problems, I'm running the 4090 on my Bute Force Intake tube and works great:thumbsup
I just dont see how they can both work. Your 4090 has a 4.0 ID and the 4510 has a 4.5 ID. A 1/2" is a big difference when it comes to sealing around the tube.
 

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Use a 40xx if you want to mount directly on the pipe. Use a 45xx if you have the "gasket" that allows the use of a 4.5" ID...I'm running the 4510 on my Workhorse but am using the piece that makes the pipe 4.5" OD.
 

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so i can get a nano filter to replace the dryflow thats on there the pipe i know is 4" if you can let me know what the number is that i can use from amsoil?
 

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deluth diesel where are you? he can tell you anything and everything about amsoil, i'm on my way to becomeing a dealer.
 

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The 4090 & 4095 have the same surface area. I got the 4090 because it's a little shorter and has the inverted cone on the tip whereas the 4095 is longer but no cone. Either way it's an Amsoil!!!
 

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Use a 40xx if you want to mount directly on the pipe. Use a 45xx if you have the "gasket" that allows the use of a 4.5" ID...I'm running the 4510 on my Workhorse but am using the piece that makes the pipe 4.5" OD.
Where do you get the piece or "gasket" that you are talking about?
 

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So you're saying that the Brute Force and the Work Horse have the same size tube(4.0) but that the WH comes with a piece that lets you run a 4.5 ID filter?
 

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Yes....that is UNFORTUNATELY the ONLY difference between the two (aside from the filters)...I THOUGHT I was getting a bigger tube with the WORKHORSE...in retrospect, i would have gone with AFE, instead :w:
 
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