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Old 03-09-2015, 04:36 PM   #1
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Default Combo package special---Borla and K&N----Autoplicity

Hey Everyone!
This week only we have a Borla exhaust/K&N cold air intake combo package special!

You can either have the Borla S-type or the ATAK exhaust plus the K&N cold air intake for only $1168.03!


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The intake alone will give you 12hp according to K&N:

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Here's the F150s that this system fits:
2011-2014 F-150 5.0L AT/MT Trans 2+4WD 4 Door Extended Cab-Standard Bed (78.8")/Crew Cab-Short Bed(67.0"). This system can also be used on a Crew Cab Standard Bed (78.8) but to do so you must also order 60554 adaptor.





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^^^

1. Without corresponding A/F plots, those grsphs are meaningless and don't reveal the whole story.

2. That intake skews the MAF TF - hence the truck is likely running leaner, and that is likely where the vast majority of alleged 'power' is coming from.

3. That intake requires a new, specific MAF TF embedded into a custom PCM calibration. As it is, uncontrolled lean conditions are not a smart - or safe - way to do things.

4. This should surprise no one - K&N - and most other WAI manufacturers - have operated this way for years.

5. Purty nice exhaust, though.

Sorry - just the way I see it.

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Whats the difference between the two Exhausts?
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Whats the difference between the two Exhausts?
Sound levels. The ATAK is the more aggressive-sounding of the two.
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^^^

1. Without corresponding A/F plots, those grsphs are meaningless and don't reveal the whole story.

2. That intake skews the MAF TF - hence the truck is likely running leaner, and that is likely where the vast majority of alleged 'power' is coming from.

3. That intake requires a new, specific MAF TF embedded into a custom PCM calibration. As it is, uncontrolled lean conditions are not a smart - or safe - way to do things.

4. This should surprise no one - K&N - and most other WAI manufacturers - have operated this way for years.

5. Purty nice exhaust, though.

Sorry - just the way I see it.

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How does the intake skew the MAF readings? As far as I can see, no additional parts are needed: http://www.knfilters.com/instructions/63-2581_inst.pdf
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