Kinda bringing this one back from the dead. Avoid K&N. most stock filters flow more air than your motor needs and is not restricting anything. K&N can flow more air (do you REALLY need it?), it flows more as it is less restrictive, it's less restrictive as it has 'larger' holes for air to go thru, which means it lets larger dirt particles go through, which = more engine wear.Thanks for the clear answers.
I think I'm going to go with the EZ Lynk with PPEI tune and FloPro 879 race pipe from Travis at Performance Diesel in Mooresville NC. He said uping to 4" or 5" straight pipes with no muffler won't make much of a performance difference. I don't want it to be loud while towing. I just got the K&N stock replacement filter today. I'm going to try to do a full video review with before and after fuel economy, and 0-60 for each tune. I'm surprised there are only 1 minute of less videos on this.
Has anyone dyno'd a tuned Titan (say +60hp w/ and w/o K&N?
I alwaya have increased power with cai install.
Best air flow & Best filtration (better than stock) = s&b dry filter with filter sleeve
Tune will increase fuel and turbo pressure right?
Need lots more air.
K&n was ok back in the Cummins 12v and the powerstroke 7.3 obs because they could eat some dust. Todays fuel injection and compression parameters dont allow for that old school scenario.
Track work - oiled is best but regular driving not so much imho
S&b has dynoed their product vs stock. They have all the results.