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Which intake kit should I go with for my '92 1500 EC 5.7L 350?
I will also be adding a high-flow muffler (probably a Flowmaster Super 40).
 

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i have the AEM, which is a very good intake IMO.... i'll be switching to a closed filter for the RADIX though...
 

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trauts83 said:
Which intake kit should I go with for my '92 1500 EC 5.7L 350?
I will also be adding a high-flow muffler (probably a Flowmaster Super 40).
I think the intakes on the OBS look pretty nice, a little more Hondaish, but nice.
 

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Yeh go with the airriad, and if yor really want a high following muffler, ditch the Flowmaster and get something along the lines of a magnaflow or borla.
 

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I would go with the K&N. Proven name, proven product. Besides, with airaid you use the stock air tube instead of a bigger, new tube. Well, thats just my $.02!
 

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On a '92? I wouldn't choose any of them. For the price you would pay for an intake the gains you get are minimal at best, if you're lucky. I'd just pick up a different tube to the air cleaner (got mine at home depot...4" non-perforated drainage pipe), then a K&N drop in and call it good. $35 total instead of $200+, and you get the same gains.
 

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onyx said:
i have the AEM, which is a very good intake IMO.... i'll be switching to a closed filter for the RADIX though...
Is that the AEM Brute force?? If so how do you like it?? Any significant changes that you noticed??
 
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