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Old 11-29-2017, 06:56 AM   #1
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Cold air intake?

My 1999 MA Ford V 10 has Banks headers installed by a previous owner. I have a Cold Air Intake I just purchased. While I have installed CAI's before I could not find one specifically for the Newmar / V 10 combo so I bought a generic one and thought I would ask if anyone has experience in the install before I dive in.

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I had Ford's and my Workhorse is the one I placed it in.
Every thing was to the passenger side for Workhorse air intake the Ford original intake is to the center up high from what I see.
Here is a old thread for changing the air filter to K&N TYPE on Ford.
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Originally Posted by 007";3921775]I had Ford's and my Workhorse is the one I placed it in.
Every thing was to the [B][URL="http://www.irv2.com/forums/f84/new-pics-workhorse-power-downs-rain-water-for-newbies-3522-2.html#post294553
passenger side[/URL][/B] for Workhorse air intake the Ford original intake is to the center up high from what I see.
Here is a old thread for changing the air filter to K&N TYPE on Ford.
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