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    I built my intake for my 01 dakota rt 5.9 for around 120 bucks also It worked great.
    08 silverado
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    leveling kit
    custom painted bow ties
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    Tinted windows
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    Was that thing fun to drive? I have heard they were awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stealth View Post
    Was that thing fun to drive? I have heard they were awesome.
    It would roast some tires but thats about all. My chevy would stomp it hands down. They only had like 260 hp stock and there trannys suck bad. Like I said it was fun to drive tho

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    It was good for the time though, a real compact performance truck

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    Thanks for the input guys! I think I'll do both! I'm thinking the K&N 63 Air Charger with Flowmaster American Thunder. Anybody got any likes or dislikes about these or other recommendations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by heavy chevy View Post
    This is not true. It used to give you better mpgs but with the computers on the trucks now it will actually run richer. This means you will dump more fuel which means you will loose mpg also you will loose power. It only works with the tune and intake and exhaust added togather they work in unison. The added sound and fact that you bought something that is supposed to give power will fool you into thinking you gained. Kinda like a magician fools you . You can get all three for about 900 bucks and you will end up saving money. I would also go with a single in dual out setup.
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    How about this cheap mod for your intake and spending the money you save on an exhaust system?
    http://www.gmtruckclub.com/forum/showthread.php?t=17447
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