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Air intak recomendations

Discussion in 'Modified Explorations!!' started by CSPilot, October 9, 2002.

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    1. CSPilot

      CSPilot New Member

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      Just looking for some advice on a good Air Intake that some of you have used in the past. Im looking for an intake that will give me increased horsepower while at the same time hopefully improving gas mileage.

      Thanks
      Chad
       
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      check out the kkm or the k&n fipk....... do a search, youll find all you will ever want to know about the 2
       
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      Take a look at GCA True Flow it has a metal intake tube with some drop in air cleaner thats not too great so i would just get a K&N drop in Filter. Always do something custom like the KKM is just a cone filter using the stock tube in my opinion thats just not good enough. I'm sure the K&N FIPK kit is a good kit but it cost a pretty penny and doesn't sound all that good really. Check out the True Flow GCA one good luck.
       
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      A cone filter with the stock air tube is much better than a new air tube with a drop in filter.

      I also recommend the KKM. www.kustomz.com
       
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      Well see my plans are to get the True Flow intake tube and then get the KKM kit and combine them to make a great system that sounds good as well as looks good because were all about show and go here.
       

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