OK. Should I then go with a KNN oiled air filter or a replaceable paper? Thanks for your input.you might get a few extra ponies above 5k rpm, if you are looking for more mpg, don't bother, bottom line, that factory air intake is supplying more than enough air to that engine.
OK. Thanks for the input. Its sounding like the cold air intake is not the way to go. Any thoughts for gas mileage aside from the usual air pressure and good driving habits? Thanks again.Save your money!!! One of the worst mods I have done to my truck. I lost power and gas mileage.:td: :td: :td: :td: :td: :td:
I am running the True Flow intake with the foam filter as well. Previous to that I ran the K&N drop in for 16,000 miles. The K&N came out looking like it did when it went in - brand new. The True Flow was filthy after 6,000 miles which tells me that it does a better job of filtering. I also noticed that with the K&N my oil was dirtier than it is with the True Flow. I heard that True Flow went out of business too which is a shame because my personal experience is that they make an excellent product.I have a 2006 Tundra regular cab I have the Jba header's and the true flow air intake . I noticed the difference right away. Before I made the mod's to my truck the transmission was alaway's shifting . I like the true flow air intake because I kept the stock air box and I now have a foam air filter that I can clean when it get's Dirty. I do not know for sure but somebody on here said trueflow went out of Business. If you do header's and closed box cold air intake it will wake the truck up. I also had the local exhaust shop put on a magana flow muffler. The tran's Is now shifting like it should. More air in and out of the motor = more horse power. good luck with your mods.