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Old 08-20-2012, 07:40 PM
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Thanks Beech so Much... He has a very nice fuctional Cowl Induction Hood being painted as we speak and will go on with the new paint in a week... This will be another plus modification for him.... He also has the Wix air filter installed now... I might get him an Amsoil OEM replacement before winter though...

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I bought a CHEAP intake kit off eBay that came with the tubing, couplers, mass flow sensor adaptor and new hoses all for about $35. I then bought a K&N filter that matched my vehicle that i had looked up on their website for about $62. I then went and bought a sheet of 1/4 high heat plastic for about $9 and fabricated a half box kind of like the K&N set up. All in all i spent a little over $100 and have a set up thats pretty much just like the kit that K&N sells for $260 for my 5.4L. And it is a pretty noticable difference. Just goes to show that you can save alot of money with making something pretty similar. Hope this helps with anyone that would rather do it themselves than have someone do it for them. Especially someone that likes to save every last doller

do you have any pictures on this set up you have


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I have a 5.4 2v and mines on for 11years and no probe here.. But I do have a hypertech chip too..
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