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Big shout out to BBHD

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I wanted to give a Big shout out to BBHD.  Thanks a ton for the BHAF,  the truck screams not, well not faster, but it sure sounds good in the cab!

 

You're a real standup guy, let me know the next time you are coming through and I will get you lunch or a beer or whatever.  

 

 

Nick

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You too man! I'm glad it worked out! I'm sure your truck is breathing a bit better and best of all no cracked air box :thumbup2:

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Knowing how you guys love power modes you probably collapsed the dang thing and cracked It :lol3:

Just don't use  K and N filter or your truck turns into a shop vac.

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Tell him that you'd be will to test your BHAF besides his K&N filter in a independent lab test of the two filters. Tell him loser pays for the test. I'm pretty sure he'll be singing another tune. :whistle2:

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I know what you mean.... I learned a long time ago to let the lady be right even when you know she is wrong.:whistle2:

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The makers of these oiled filters don't tell consumers the problems they can produce.  The oil that comes off the filter can coat the sensors and cause erroneous readings.  These readings will diminish power and fuel economy, increase tail pipe emissions and cause poor drivability to the point the engine will not stay running.  These problems readily occur not so much in the diesel engine but in vehicles with air mass meters.    

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My 96 with a V10 had a K&N and the motor dropped a valve at 145k. I dont know whether that caused it or not, I had to trade it and get another truck right away.

That truck pulled my trailer really good. But you could not pull past a gas station. 4.5 mpg towing and about 12 mpg empty. I am glad gas was only  a buck a gallon back then.

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