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Old 10-12-2009, 04:30 PM
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washing AIR Raid intake on 6.0?

any inputs or tips? i was going to purchase and airraid or similar filter cleaner kit

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k & n makes a good cleaning kit aswell as airraid which i have used the k &n kit on the airrad with great results.
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Stock filter on the 6.0 is the best filter for up to 500HP you can get! Holy resurrection, Batman - didn't realize the OP was that long ago.....
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the k & n precharger kit should be fine
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