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post #11 of 20 (permalink) Old 03-28-2017, 05:25 PM Thread Starter
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Where are you seeing the big boost filter?

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Re: 7.3 cold air intake

Ah.... the afe. Many 6.7 guys are running afe filters.
Good thing about it is it's cleanable. I don't know how the filtration specs compare.

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Gotcha, that's the first I've seen it and wasn't sure which was best. Are you aware of which is better between 6637 white and blue?


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Re: 7.3 cold air intake

Blue is way better.

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Re: 7.3 cold air intake

Ordered 🤙🏼 thanks everyone


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Napa sells one that is just like that. and a little cheaper
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Re: 7.3 cold air intake

No they don't.

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Re: 7.3 cold air intake

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No they don't.

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The 6637 is a NAPA equivalent filter (not really), the Donaldson B08511 is the original filter used by Tymar and the Donaldson blue element is a special order filter with higher efficiency and higher flow than the B08511.

The B08511 was tested by one of the performance shops to 800+hp, how much do you plan to make?
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Re: 7.3 cold air intake

I thought he was saying Napa sells one just like the blue riffraff one.

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What size injectors are you going with?
What size turbo do you have?
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