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Hi Everyone,

I have a 2001 Dodge Ram 3500 2WD, HO Cummins, 6 Speed Trans with a Bank's 4" Monster Exhaust and Elbow. Also have Superchip onboard. I want to put on an intake manifold and am not sure which one is best. Banks, CFM, AFE, Can you give me your input? Thanks, Big Rig:peelout
 

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I like my AEM dry filter it was not to expensive and easy to put in. I would stay away from oiled filters..
 

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Just buy what you can afford to spend, they are really all the same performance wise. I have a $300 AFE on mine with a dry filter like the AEM and Amsoil units. It's nice to have, but no different than the no name unit i had before, the intake tube still has a tiny bit of dust in it after a 10K mile cleaning period.
 

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You could always go the cheap way and go with a BHAF can usually find them for around 50 bucks you just take out the air box and put this on the end of the intake tube.

 

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you talkin about the intake horn where it goes into the head you may also want to check out ats arc flow and coolertubz on ebay the coolertubz are sweet
 

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i have the ats intake manifold, has 3 pre tapped holes on the back side i beilve, got it prob. 3 years ago, i think they have a different style now. noticed it build boost a little faster, if it gained any power i never noticed. looks good under the hood though.
 

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for a INTAKE MANIFOLD..the ATS isnt bad at all:thumbsup
 

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O wow i miss read the question.. Sorry about that.. When i get an intake manifold I plan on going with the ATS
 

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Hi again,

I am talking about the air horn that attaches to the head above the intake heater element.

Sorry about the mis-discription. Thanks for the help. I have been looking at the Volant Cold Air Intake.

Michael
 
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