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Old 10-18-2004, 01:57 PM
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AIS Filter....Where??????

Have a memory lapse...bought a AIS filter system from a web site a year ago for my 02 PSD. Now want to get one to go with my 03 that I just traded for the other day but can't remember who has them. Gave about $170 for it. much cheaper than at the dealership. Found the box it came in but the packing list is gone. Where do I go. Though it was an outfit out of Florida. Thanks.
 
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Old 10-18-2004, 02:47 PM
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Do a search for OEM # 2U2Z-9K635-AA (that's the filter kit).

1stfordparts.com....


Ford Parts Network....


Quite a price break you get from Ford Parts Network huh?
 

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Old 10-18-2004, 08:04 PM
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what's a AIS filter system and what does it filter? or is it just an air filter?
 
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Thanks HeatStroked...everything is comming back to me now as soon as I seen Ford Parts Network. Will get one ordered ASAP!
 
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Sure trakman, a mind is a terrible thing to waste......hehehe
 
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Is the AIS a direct bolt-on for an early 99 rig or is their additional pieces to adapt?
 
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Old 10-19-2004, 10:08 AM
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Subdued...I think I read on here where the early 99's need a an adapter on the snorkel tube to work, other than that, I think there are the same.
 
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Old 10-19-2004, 12:05 PM
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there is a pic in my gallery of my AIS intake if you'd like to see what one looks like.
 
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The tube from the filter box to the turbo is longer on an early 99. There are a couple of different sites that carry them. Not too expensive.
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Originally Posted by young_ford_fella
what's a AIS filter system and what does it filter? or is it just an air filter?
If I have my facts straight, the AIS is a heavy-duty, optional air filter that Ford came out with for extreme conditions and to solve some of the inherent problems in their stock air filter box. If I'm wrong, I appreciate the correction.
 
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Yes, it's a complete air box and filter system. Utilizes a special filter medium that is made by Donaldson and the box was designed in conjunction with Ford.
Increases air flow about 200-300cfm's over the stock unit and filters 99.9 of the intake air.
Eliminates the cheapo tabs seal set up found on the original air box where leaks typically occurred.
Prevents engine dusting, increases air flow and retains you factory engine warranty if you are under 100K , if warranty is a concern.
 
 
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