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Okay, so I pulled out the baffle in the intake tube. What a simple little freebee mod. Question is now...... What is a good drop in filter? Thinking of getting afe pro dry s. If it fit in the late model 5.9, it will fit in the 6.7, right??? Any suggestions are welcome. Thanks guys.
 

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Yes the AFE Pro Dry S drop in will fit in your 6.7. Part number is 31-80102.

James
 

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I went with the Amsoil nanofibre ... seems to work great and less restriction. Just blows clean with 20psi of air and lasts 100 miles (or 4yrs. wich ever comes first). I haven't gutted my tube yet though.. have you noticed any changes is sound or performence?
 

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s&b

the s&b drop-in is only about $45 next day aired
 

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I too like the S&b filters.. did a lot of reading on them.. I would have bought one if they had a ditrib.. up here !! Amsoil happens to have one close by. The oiling is another thing I wasn't sure I would like on the S&B btu they seem to be a good filter.
 
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I went with the Amsoil nanofibre ... seems to work great and less restriction. Just blows clean with 20psi of air and lasts 100 miles (or 4yrs. wich ever comes first). I haven't gutted my tube yet though.. have you noticed any changes is sound or performence?
You can hear the turbo a little more, but to get the full effect, I think I need to get rid of the very restrictive mopar filter. Very early to tell, but I've put a couple hundred miles on, and the overhead shows some better numbers. But I also had a good tail wind part of those miles. I also would rather stay with a dry filter. Thanks guys.
 

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Whichever DRY filter you decide to go with, Give Gus a call at FBD. He's never steered me wrong, and in addition to good prices and information, he's a pretty good guy. Very relaxed. No high pressure. Etc.

Not as an advertisement, but as a knowledgeable, credible source in the diesel community.

I'm really not up on the 6.7L, but with all the trouble they have had out of the chute, you may wish to stick with a DRY filter. Just my .02

Good luck, and let us know what you did!
 

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I wonder if one of those afe pro dry super stock drop in's for a 5.9 will fit a 6.7??
 
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