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I had a K&N Panel Filter installed, 0 difference in performance, maybe a smidge louder if you really listen. Bought just a AirRaid CAI and noticed a pretty big difference in higher rpms due to the larger cone filter that brings in more air. Throttle response, and exhaust note changed in a good way also. $50 for 1 hp/tq compared to 10-15x the amount for $279!

The only way the modification will void your warranty is if the aftermarket component causes (could cause) the failure associated with a warranty claim.

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Hey pmr2000, no I didn't make any changes cause I was at the track. However KNs advertising only said to use their set up instead of no aircleaner to get the same power, didn't say anything about having to change the tuning, Advertising will be the death of me yet. Every bodies truck gets the best gas milage, every bodies travel website is the best, everyones auto insurance gives the best coverage at the lowest price. It's enough to drive a man crazy!!


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I just installed a K&N 69 Typhoon CAI and I have no complaints at all. It seemed to quiet down my Roush AB's a little bit, which is fine.

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I just got a Wix filter to replace the one my 2006 came with. The Wix has 80 pleats vs 60 on the old one. Don't know what the old one was, but I bought it at a Chevy dealer so it probably wasn't a Motorcraft.

If you want less restriction... buy a paper filter with lots of pleats.

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Thanks guys. I think I'm going to suck it up and get a JLT no tune cold air intake.
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Thanks guys. I think I'm going to suck it up and get a JLT no tune cold air intake.
What about the Ford CAI? I'd get that one because it uses paper filters. It sucks air from the gap between the radiator and the hood

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