Aftermarket Intake vs. Tymar-style
I've been having this debate since I had my old regular cab. I can't justify spending upwards of $400 for a filter and sheetmetal with mulitple bends around it for a box. Anyone completed any testing to see if aftermarket intakes are actually better since most claim to not pull hot underhood air vs. the tymar style (with a Baldwin, Napa, Donaldson, etc. filter) which pulls air from anywhere it can get it. I've personally not done any testing whatsoever but I figure with a decent flowing filter and the Zoodad mod, a tymar style setup would work for most of the members here. Just some thoughts.
New Truck: '01 F-350, CC, LB, PSD, 4R100, gauges, intake, exhaust, chip SOLD
early '99 F-250, PSD 6-Speed SOLD