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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 09-15-2009, 01:59 AM Thread Starter
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difference in intakes

I am in need of an intake but am on a budget I would love a afe stage 2 but the price is a bit high found an afe stage 1 on ebay for around 200
wondering if there is a huge difference between the two with my mods

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Re: difference in intakes

i had the AFE intake and did not like it at all... switched to the S&B intake and love it... can really hear the intake when driving and hear the turbo also... you could also consider a tymar intake...

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I,m kinda a fan of my stage II, I rode in a 01 with a stage I And the thing really did,nt impress me much. A tymer would be a good choice if you have limited funds


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Love my Tymar. Sounds awesome and opened up my 7.3 with my 4inch exhaust. Cheaper then the others. And the others just seem like "mild" improvements over the stock ones. Biggest selling point to me was I'm in heavy equipment and If I run this same filter on my machines which cost me $250,000......it damm sure is good enough for my pickup. ( Plus I love the extra turbo noise I get......and so do the ladies...why I don't know <eg> )
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Question do you want the best filtering and flowing filter or one that has more bling and costs more...if your answer is not wanting bling get a Tymar. I'm a Tymar dealer and if I can help let me know.

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Question do you want the best filtering and flowing filter or one that has more bling and costs more...if your answer is not wanting bling get a Tymar. I'm a Tymar dealer and if I can help let me know.

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i had the AFE intake and did not like it at all... switched to the S&B intake and love it... can really hear the intake when driving and hear the turbo also... you could also consider a tymar intake...
You couldn't hear the turbo with the AFE? The AFE is one of the loudest intakes out there.

I have no problem hearing mine.

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mines pretty loud...


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Filter1.com. Tymar filter ( Napa filter# 6637....$28.....4 inch piece of 4inch exhaust pipe, 2 clamps and your done. Unless you wanna get fancy and buy a cover for it. But then again you can get some stretch polyester and make your own.
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A plastic box with a air filter in it for $200.00. Verses a air filter that flows better and filters better for $50.00. HM let me think.

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