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Old 05-07-2009, 07:13 AM
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Intake for 01 3.0?

what good intake are there for the 3.0?
i dont know if AEm makes the Brute force for the 3.0..
does anyone know?
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Old 05-07-2009, 03:18 PM
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If I run a search for your Mazda, K&N makes an FIPK for your 3.0, and I can't tell what AEM has for it because I can't search for a B3000. AFE's site didn't let me search for the proper year truck - unless I was doing something wrong. Unless someone here knows off-hand, you might want to contact AEM about the specific application.

I am, and some guys on here are, preferential to the dry filters...seems sometimes the oil on the K&N messes with sensors. That said, K&N is still a good system, and so is AEM. I know very little about AFE but some on here have used it and been very happy with it.
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i ran a search doing not mazda but ranger. and more results came up.
since its the same parts/year. is it fine if i just order the one for the ranger?

im pretty sure im ordering the volant intake. (btw i went to autoanything.com when i looked for parts)
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