Depends on what you are expecting. If you want it to look good when you open
the hood and to make a little more noise when the accelerator is pressed, go
for it. Look at where your factory airbox is pulling air from....you already
have a cold air intake.
isn't worth it. I do realize that the factory air box is designed to
bring in cold air but the flow from the inlet of the box to the throttle
body leaves something to be desired.
The reason that I was considering this was to be able to operate more
efficiently. I really don't care about the look and sound.
i put one on a 360 dodge '98 dodge that i had. i actually got a lot
more noise when i pressed on the accelerator. no better mileage and
as far as power, i don't think it made much, if any difference. it
was still a pig when towing.
If you was going to operate your motor at or near wide-open-throttle most of
the time I'd agree that the increase in airflow may help. Street driven
vehicals rarely see half throttle most of the time so the slight increase in
airflow will never be used.
I really don't think this air filter/box/tubing is going to make any
difference in your truck.
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