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Started by The War Wagon, October 12, 2013, 01:29:45 am
Quote from: fal308 on October 19, 2013, 06:42:40 amAnother option instead of snorkeling would be to run a tube to inside the cab. Up under the dash should draw pretty dry air (if there's water up to your dash, you're usually in more trouble than not!)
Quote from: The War Wagon on October 13, 2013, 12:14:21 pmI recall that thread. I also know, that with my fenderwell skits GONE now, it'll aspirate a LOT of water, even from the street! It'll need a Banks or Volant type box to shield it from such un-pleasantries - perhaps even a snorkel!I'd also avoid the DRY paper type, for an OILED filter, like I run with the AFE cAi in my Commander. But I need HORSES, to move this beast - especially until I can go with a new cam & lifters;Figuring out HOW to make it work, will be well worth another 8 - 15 horses, in my estimation
Quote from: pir2 on October 20, 2013, 06:21:43 amI don't have anything to add since I don't use CAI, but that is one sharp looking RC!!!
Quote from: rjtx667 on November 26, 2013, 12:12:19 amyou don't want one of those... you have enough room in the engine bay to do a oil filter open element(aka take away all the metal except on top and bottom).It gets warmer air, but its up high and has a whole lot more CFM flow and thats what those are all about.
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