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Im looking at purchasing an AFE Magnum Force CAI. any one sporting the Afe Magnum force cold air intake...if so any feedback would help also would love a couple good pix
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I have one and it has done well for me. here are some pic and a video.

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do all CAI utalise the OEM intake box (the peice above the throttle body)?


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I have an 06 4.7 and there is a sensor on the throttle body.

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I just installed my AFE cold air intake. It has been perfect so far. I can tell a slight power increase. The quality of the product also seemed good.


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I beleive that the sensor there is the MAF sensor (mass air flow sensor). The actual throttle body is behind the "air box". To answer the question, no, the k&n intake does not, it has a pipe going straight to the throttle body.
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Here is a K&N CAI on a 4.7


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Here is a K&N CAI on a 4.7

what did you do with that sensor?

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I remember that it fits in a fitting in the tube and you have to make sure that it is turned to be in the proper position for air to flow past it, I think I also remember that it was a little hard to slide into the fitting.

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I think I also remember that it was a little hard to slide into the fitting.
Use a little liguid soap and it will slide right in.



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