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Old 09-10-2005, 01:29 PM   #1
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Took air filter out and found intake to filter is only 2 1/2", but intake out of filter can is 3 1/2".. does'nt make sense to me..Anyone modded thier V10 air filter to get more air?
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Took air filter out and found intake to filter is only 2 1/2", but intake out of filter can is 3 1/2".. does'nt make sense to me..Anyone modded thier V10 air filter to get more air?
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I am sure K&N makes an aftermarket filter setup for yur truck.
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Thanks, Chet,, they make a system and it sells for $275..I think we can mod the current system for free.. was Just wondering If any one has done it..I will and will post results..
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I talked with another Ford owner one time that had drilled three 1 inch holes in the side of the filter housing. His claim was he had more power and better MPG. I think myself he had the kids syndrome of placing a cardboard in the bike spokes and thinking the bike goes faster.
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Have you tried any of the "Ford Truck Owner" web sites? As a diesel owner and member of thedieselstop.com I have gotten numerous tips about mods for my truck that have saved me some big bucks.
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Have you tried http://www.blueoval.com?
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