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Old 08-28-2008, 08:37 AM   #1
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Tacoma Air Intake

Was doing some research on air intakes and just wanted to see if you all had some pics and or some advice on which would be good for an 05 Tacoma
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Old 08-28-2008, 08:42 AM   #2
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im gonna suggest skipping on the complete intake and go with a great drop in filter such as the afe pro dry s. its cleanable/reusable, and costs way less that any intake that you will find, and you will more than likely get better mileage results with the drop in filter as opposed to the intake, since the intake gets its best use at upper rpm's. if you are dead set on an intake, urd, trd, afe and volant make some nice ones. i still say go with a drop in filter and save alot of $$$.
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Old 08-28-2008, 09:16 AM   #4
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here is a link to a thread started here at tw......and it should have some info that you are looking for......

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/per...lter-help.html
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Keep the factory one, it flows really well and gets cold air from the fender. You might run into trouble with the aftermarket, oil saturated ones. They dont filter as well and some even draw air from the hot engine compartment. They call these things dirt straws for a reason, they get the MAF dirty, you wind up going thru O2 sensors, and your milage and performance suffer. But im sure guys have run these and had no probs at all too
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Keep the factory one, it flows really well and gets cold air from the fender. You might run into trouble with the aftermarket, oil saturated ones. They dont filter as well and some even draw air from the hot engine compartment. They call these things dirt straws for a reason, they get the MAF dirty, you wind up going thru O2 sensors, and your milage and performance suffer. But im sure guys have run these and had no probs at all too
this is why i suggested to him the afe pro dry s...........its a non oiled filter!
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this is why i suggested to him the afe pro dry s...........its a non oiled filter!
i might look into that
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Old 08-29-2008, 04:30 PM   #11
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^Volant makes a good product. Had one on my Explorer.
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