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Old 08-12-2009, 09:39 PM
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Re: dual air intake

heat soak FTL!
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Old 08-13-2009, 04:20 PM
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Re: dual air intake

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heat soak FTL!

with this 5.7L (not sure about your 4.7) but a cold air really doesnt do much when you think about it...your EGR is dumping exhaust into the intake....
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Old 08-13-2009, 05:41 PM
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Re: dual air intake

Sooooo basically if I had to choose between cold or warm you guys would choose which?

and if I said b-woody or K&N you would say, sa'll I need to know.
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Re: dual air intake

ive always wondered if a different filter than my k&n would be any better hmmm what other type of cone is good?
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Old 08-13-2009, 06:11 PM
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Re: dual air intake

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ive always wondered if a different filter than my k&n would be any better hmmm what other type of cone is good?

bwoody 4" and get an AEM dry flow cone, AEM when you break it down really is better, long story short stay away from oiled filters.
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Old 08-13-2009, 06:57 PM
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i have always stayed away from K&N since i got big into offroad, the whole oil filter thing can hurt you in a way, and restrict airflow, i got a Bwoody 4" but as soon as i get the money im junking the K&N filter it came with for an AEM dryflow, i fell in love with theres way back and from what i have seen with the heavy dust trails and mud its the best
I have the AEM filter on my bwoody from the AEM cai kit offered for the 5.7 .. since the dryflow filter is so low to the ground, should I consider investing in a drycharger come winter time? I have a drycharger for the k&n that came with the bwoody but it doesn't fit the AEM intake cone. I've cleaned the cone one time but the rest of the time I just shake all the dirt off and it looks as clean as new.
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Old 08-13-2009, 07:14 PM
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Re: dual air intake

i never messed much with getting a dryflow, the inside of my intake was always spotless no matter how much dust i encountered on a weekend of wheeling, i was even hood high in mud water with my wrangler ALOT and i would just chug along with no problems. so you might want to, but its your call.
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Re: dual air intake

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Sooooo basically if I had to choose between cold or warm you guys would choose which?

and if I said b-woody or K&N you would say, sa'll I need to know.

Cold air and Bwoody. Ever wonder why the jeep seems peppier in cold weather? Thats why.

The K&N has an oiled filter (they are becoming less and less popular) and the parts for the kit are kinda cheesy.

My AFE kit is ok, i dont mind it but i just want the Bwoody to have a Bwoody and because they have such good reviews and numbers.
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Re: dual air intake

This has turned into an informative thread I think it should be renamed so it gets more hits... IMO
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Re: dual air intake

that dual design is crap - your sucking air in left and right causing turbulence when it meets in the middle... smoother flow = more power
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Old 08-14-2009, 10:36 PM
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I think....and this is just my opinion...that the EGR gas will have little to minut changes on the air coming in
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Old 08-20-2009, 01:10 AM
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Re: dual air intake

Yeah,EGR is only active during cold starts and certain other,very specific,driving conditions.
There won't be a turbulence problem,but drawing in hot air is not great. I'll stay away from the oiled vs dry filter debate but any name brand CAI is better than stock.
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