|10-23-2011, 01:58 PM||#2|
Joined: Dec 2009, #27905
Location: Yorba Linda, CA
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Stock replacement is the best.
|10-27-2011, 08:53 PM||#3|
I'm here for the chicks.
Joined: Oct 2011, #64661
Location: Orange County CA/the Dagobah system
Gender: GuyPosts: 107
White 2005 2.7L 2005 Access Cab Automatic I4 2.7L
aFe pro dry s drop in, secondary air filter delete, "Black Box" mod, debadged, tinted windows, Hawaiian print all weather seat covers, rubber all weather floor mats, 300mm Broadway rear view mirror, Alpine sub, hyper yellow headlights, a mixture of StickyBumps/SexWax surf wax melted in, on and around the bed (shes dirty), LED brakes, side markers, rear turn signals, license plate, and interior lights. A cracked tail light that I fixed with some tape. $$$$NearFuture$$$ 30x9.5r15 A/T's, Alloy 15x8's, DT headers, upgrade speakers and head unit, THULE bed rack or a ladder rack. Than I think I'll be pretty satisfied.
The reason why an after market air filter is better than a paper(stock) is it should last the life of your truck all you have to do is clean it. I have an AFE pro dry air filter that's what I'd recommend vs. an oil based filter. You can wash it with soap an water vacuum it or even just tap it with your hands if you wana be lazy. As far as sound goes no I didnt hear a difference. Maybe a difference in response but it could just me thinking it is haha.
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