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Old 05-14-2008, 06:34 AM   #1
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intake question

i have an 07 tacoma 4 cyl 4X4 and i want an intake whats the best intake to buy i really need one bad thanks
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Old 05-14-2008, 09:27 AM   #2
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AFE stage 2 Dry Flow Filter FTW!!!
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Old 05-14-2008, 10:08 AM   #3
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now is this the best one out there for it and why thanks i appreciate it
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Old 05-14-2008, 12:29 PM   #5
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and also removing the secondary filter as well
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Old 05-14-2008, 04:44 PM   #6
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and also removing the secondary filter as well
I have seen some dyno tests that show no difference in h.p. with the carbon filter removed or installed. I havent done the tests myself, but the guy that did is very reputable.
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I have seen some dyno tests that show no difference in h.p. with the carbon filter removed or installed. I havent done the tests myself, but the guy that did is very reputable.
the airflow is definately increased w/ it taken out on the 4cyl or the v6...i think the people on here were seing better mpg gains w/ the removal of the 4cyl one vs. the v6 filter removal. i was getting almost 21 mpg w/ the lift, 32" bfg's, the secondary filter removed, and a k&n drop in before i put on the full k&n intake
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I ripped my secondary filter out today. Flat head screw-driver in one corner, lift it up....all fingers the rest of the way. Heck with driling the pop rivets.
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I ripped my secondary filter out today. Flat head screw-driver in one corner, lift it up....all fingers the rest of the way. Heck with driling the pop rivets.
all i did was cut a slit in the charcoal and rip it completely out....
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all i did was cut a slit in the charcoal and rip it completely out....

I thought about doing that....but I was concerend that there would be junk falling back into the intake tube.

I take it that no charcoal junk fell out. Thats good.
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I thought about doing that....but I was concerend that there would be junk falling back into the intake tube.

I take it that no charcoal junk fell out. Thats good.
nope....but i also did wipe out the intake box, just in case there was something i couldnt see...but now i have the k&n system, so i dont have to worry about it...although i may go back to the stock system w/ an afe dry filter b/c i think i'll get better mileage
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