S&B cold air intake for 15-17 expedition

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    Well why didn't I think of that? Thanks!
     
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    20039098.jpg 41NTHKKccJL.jpg That looks similar to the OEM filter housing setup on my 2000, except for the plexiglass. I installed a drop in, Fram 8039 'airhog' in mine. It is almost the same as a K&N 0945. I think it was $22.
     
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    I have a 99 f150 5.4 as my work pickup. Would you recommend that filter? Or a cai?
     
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    The OEM box draws cold air from the inner fender(technically cold air intake). There are plenty of K&N 0945 on Ebay, some used and cheap. They last for 1 million miles.
     
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    I have the gotts mod currently with a 3" plastic extension to the fender with a napa filter. I recently put on a superchips programmer and have a 3" exhaust. Trying to up my mileage a bit. In town my last tank was 11.3. Lol. Its just my work truck, but still.

    The best id ever done was something like 15.4. Not great i would say. Considering an actual cai for it as well. I like the volant the best because of its closed box design. My brother had a k&n filter in the truck when I bought it from him.
     

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