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Old 04-19-2007, 03:53 PM   #11
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try this air filter, NO OIL to mess up your MAF sensor
http://www.aempower.com/ViewCategory.aspx?CategoryID=93
check around on the web for the best price.

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I'd recommend the AMSOIL EaaU Nanofiber filter.

https://www.amsoil.com/storefront/eaau.aspx?=zo1475014

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I'm also using the Spectre intake piping for my fwi. No complaints what-so-ever, and it is smooth and the inside, and doesn't hold heat. The only problem I see is that it doesn't come any larger than 3" unless they do now.
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You really don't want anything larger than 3" diameter for an intake anyway. 3" is best for velocity and laminar air flow.
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You really don't want anything larger than 3" diameter for an intake anyway. 3" is best for velocity and laminar air flow.

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So I shouldn't go with the Intense 3.5" like I had planned?
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So I shouldn't go with the Intense 3.5" like I had planned?
If you don't plan on doing much more, you'll probably be better off with a 3". With valvetrain mods and other mods that add more flow, you'll start to see gains with a 3.5".
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My mod list isn't completely up to date.... I have a ported L.I.M. now, along with the */c being done as well as the tb. And I'm looking for either headers or getting ported mani'*.
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