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cold air intakes for 3.7l

I've been looking at different k&ns and there is 2 types for this engine the 57 series and the 77 witch on do you think is better because i was reading all the specs and they look about the same.
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I've been looking at different k&ns and there is 2 types for this engine the 57 series and the 77 witch on do you think is better because i was reading all the specs and they look about the same.
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do you think that there better?and did you get the water shield for yours aswell
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do you think that there better?and did you get the water shield for yours aswell
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