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hey i have a 2002 f150 4.6L and im in a battle on which cold air intake system to buy. i like KnN with the open filter but i am also debaiting Tru-Flo sealed box system. seems like the sealed system would block some airflow but the open filter might get too dirty? any suggestions
hey i've seen some cold air intakes on e-bay brand new for as little as 40.00$ one even had a KnN filter on the end, why are name brand (KnN , Tru Flo, Etc) 180-200$? are these cheap off makes? but what could go wrong they are made out of aluminium and it has a KnN filter? i thik its just a tube right? i dont wanna put crap in my truck and waste my money here is the link http://http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotor...QQcmdZViewItem
I really like the looks of this one... its made by JLT performance but i believe that i would change the airfilter to a trueflow b/c of a video, that i cant seem to find anywhere, that shows how it stops all dirt from entering the motor will others like K&N allow alot of dirt to pass through the filter
We sell alot of the AEM and Volant intakes for the F150s. One of the reasons these are more is the R&D. It takes some time to develope a good intake that wont throw codes. Unless you had a forced induction system like a diesel, you could run into problems with a cheap system. I would never tell you NOT to try the cheap ones, but to ruin a 40k dollar truck while saving 150 to 200 bucks sounds kinda crazy. Then again I'm bias lol.