anthony munoz: what size tank do you have lol
im no where near 500 with my full tank
John Colcord: i got a lot more power when i put my k&n intake on my dakota, sounds
better, better mpg and performance. couldnt ask for much more
yellowcow13: Makes a nice sound with the mod. I think you should keep it stock or go
with a high end air intake though. Just because i think a home made intake
might reduce MPG or flow or even low end power.
Onenasty306: I did the same thing I did for fun on my old jeep. Use stock in take tube
and cut a small black trash can over it and slide on k&n filter.. Cost like
65$. Returned everything except my 7$ trash can for the video hahah
ZachFlatau: Good quality video, you deserve more views! I just modded my intake on my
KSCPERFECT: No difference my lightning will beat Dat ass
Michael426: what kinda intake u got? i was looking at the roush one for my 5.0
hendo337: What did you do to the intake? I pulled the snorkel off of my air box
because I noticed the opening in the Airbox was A good bit larger than the
opening at the end of the snorkel. I haven't upgraded the filter yet. Don't
know weither I will do A K&N stock replacement or the new K&N CAI (the one
with the plastic tube) or if I will do the AFE dry filter with the oval
shaped cone drop in replacement filter along with the snorkel delete. I
already have A vid showing 0-60 in just over 6 seconds.
TheEstowrath: I ust put an K&N on my 5.0l. Best decision yet haha like 10-15 hp gain,
better sound, and when i don't floor it better mpg. Buying a dual exhaust
Orlando Ortiz: sounds better with the intake mod, how many miliseconds did you gain from
Onenasty306: Exactly why I did!
hendo337: @hendo337 Seems like maybe it would be a good idea to cut the resonators
off the stock intake tube, cut the round tips off the end of the resonator
passages and JB weld them over the holes. I have also considered increasing
the size of the opening in the airbox then using A high flow replacement
panel or the Airraid quick fit intake with A conical filter.
xforce687: hey, what kinda trim f 150 do you have? is it an xlt with 5.0? and whats
your mileage, and have you had any bad problems with your truck yet?
Onenasty306: Stock ;)
hendo337: @yellowcow13 I made one for mine and it gets extremely good mileage. 24mpg
at 65 in cruise no a/c. 5.0, 93oct 70 psi in tires. 3.55 Lsd rear, 245/75
17 tires, scab, 4x4, 6.5'box. Can't prove it's faster...but it feels faster.
Onenasty306: Dynomax sounds amazing
chilichad: Im looking at an AFE dry or a roush. Pretty good price difference.
n00bXRT: How about the airaid. :P Sounds really nice at a low tone.
hendo337: I finally did A homemade CAI for my 5.0 F150. Cut the resonators off the
intake pipe JB welded pieces over the holes, cut the MAF tube section off
of the airbox lid and clamped A K&N conical filter the the end. I haven't
made vids of it running empty yet but I have A bunch of videos of it
pulling a 2000lb trailer with A 4000lb suzuki and 3600lb '11 5.0 Mustang.
JON PRESCHER: me too...just sucks cause when i hit about 70 when its on the floor thats
when that engine really wants to make some power...but it shuts off at
Todd Thames: did the same thing to both my cars, measure tube go to k&ns web they have
1000 diff filters. if u have a nice smooth intake tube this a good idea.
most r not save a little $ up and buy a good CAI i ve got a Volant on my
5.4 and i love it
knucle01: What exhaust are you running? Awesome truck bro
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