Make your own there plenty of write ups around about making a cold air intake using
cone style filters. basically just make a panel to block off engine heat that seals against the fender and the hood and open up the radiator support so air gets forced
into the filter area. Make sure to use some screen to keep the love bugs out of the filter, I used dump truck tarp material to protect the radiator and pre filter the air. It
is a heavier material and has wider openings then just window screen, Talk to a dump
truck driver or company they probably have a torn one they will give you!!
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91 ford probe lx mtx The mighty vulcan 3.0
Before posting fuel related problems Run a couple of bottles of dedicated gas line dryer through IT!!
I really doubt, I had ordered the outlaw intake because they thought it would fit the 07 expedition, but ford redesigned the engine bay and moved stuff around. I even took pictures for them to see if they could maybe take some tubing off other applications to make it work, but they finally just refunded my money and paid for me to ship it back to them.
You may want to check out volant as well, they have a new power core filter that looks similar to the dry flow filters. I emailed them about the expedition and they claim they estimate one in 4-6 weeks, but that it usually doesnt happen that fast when they say that.
Originally Posted by FoxRacin17
im goin with a outlaw soon. that sucks for you. maybe outlaw will make one for ya soon.
AEM is making stock replacement filters now, they also sell just the cone filter in different sizes. So yeah, you could make your own or buy a K&N intake and put an AEM cone filter on it, thats what I did with my 04 ranger.
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