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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-16-2009, 11:59 PM Thread Starter
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what is the best air intake for 03 6.0

i have a airraid but i was wondering if it was junk or do i realy need to step up.
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Re: what is the best air intake for 03 6.0

Unless you're pushing 500+hp you really don't need an intake. The factory filters better than any other filter on the market and flows plenty of air for 500hp or under.

But since you already have the air raid, might as well stick with it!


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Re: what is the best air intake for 03 6.0

airraid is a nice unit

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Re: what is the best air intake for 03 6.0

My AEM BruteForce has served me well but I doubt it's the "best". I personally chose it because of the Dry filter. Didn't want to hassle with oiling the filter or risk oil all over my MAF sensor and/or oil coating the compressor wheel. And the polished aluminum tube looks shiny under the hood.


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Re: what is the best air intake for 03 6.0

s&b filters pretty good


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Re: what is the best air intake for 03 6.0

I am satisfied with my AFE stg 2 proguard 7, and it was in the same price range as the airaid and S&B i believe.

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Re: what is the best air intake for 03 6.0

The best bang for the buck on the market is S&B. As far as balls out flow goes, I believe the AFE Stage II KP is the one you want. We sell S&B 10 to 1 over anything else though. Here are a few links.

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