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94 xlt intake advice please

Discussion in 'Modified Explorations!!' started by live2_4x4, December 19, 2004.

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  1. live2_4x4

    live2_4x4 Active Member

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    :ca: I want to buy a new intake for my explorer. I see many of you use the KKM true rev kit and seem to like it, but has anyone tried the stainless intake system from IFAB performance products. I am looking for reccomendations from a performance standpoint not cosmetics. I have been told that the stainless pipe flows more air faster because it is smoother, true or false ? here is a link to the ifabintake.any advice would be welcome. Thanks www.ifab.net/products/93intake/91Ex/index.html
     
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  3. 95offroadx

    95offroadx Well-Known Member

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    ifab also sells the same thing as the kkm but for $50
     
  4. live2_4x4

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    But is it worth the $

    I found the adapter and filter on the ifab website but still wonder is it worth the money :confused: :eek:
     
  5. briwayjones

    briwayjones Manual Master

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    I've heard that's there's not much restriction at all in the stock tube for Explorers so you won't really get better performance by changing the tube along with the intake?
     
  6. live2_4x4

    live2_4x4 Active Member

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    Thanx

    Thanx for your help. Looks like it's going to be just the filter & adapter for me
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