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Old March 26th, 2012, 10:28 PM
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They have 2 different styles one like you have on yours and one like mine.

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Oh yea, that, lol. Yea, I'd swap out to the setup I have, it'd have to pull in colder air, and it'd definately clean up the engine bay.


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Oh yea, that, lol. Yea, I'd swap out to the setup I have, it'd have to pull in colder air, and it'd definately clean up the engine bay.
I plan to swap it out. I found several in the jy.
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Get the 300 style intake.


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Get the 300 style intake.
Got a picture?
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Here's mine before I put it in


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That ^
460 is the same.
It just pulls air from by the grille instead of above it or where ever the 302/351 is


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That your CAI Hose?
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Yes, Project MPG proved its the best CAI for out trucks. Here's the 300\I6 air tube by itself:



http://performanceunlimited.com/projectmpg/airtemp.html


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Did you do a write up on it?


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