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Old 12-19-2007
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Regardless of what Hillbank's description says, I can't see how that kit will fit any 2004 (or newer) Ranger. 2004+ have a one piece MAF and filter housing and that kit is designed for an intake with a separate MAF housing and filter housing. Compare your intake to the pictures above.

but there are plans for mods to make it work with in those years too

so its a possibility they just need a month to finish it up

you know boss3.0,fredness's idea thats in the works ?
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you know boss3.0,fredness's idea thats in the works ?
Right but I believe the question was whether the Hillbank kit would fit a stock 07.
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i have the roush cold air intake. Wouldnt fit my 06 so it sat in the closet for a while...then boss told us about his maf housing that he is making...cant wait.
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ok so i got my roush cold in yesterday an i installed an i love the power an the sound of it for a fraction of the cost. Will get pics when is not dark outside...
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so this should fit my truck right? it looks like it will.

Can you tell much of a differents between the stock intake and this one?
It looks like it seals up good to so no hot air from the motor will be sucked in.
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ya this will work on your truck. an there is alot of diff between the stock an this one it seams faster to me an it is alot louder then the stock intake when ever you get on it
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cool, I plan on buying one this week if there are any left.
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well worth the money lol

did you find a k&n filter for it yet
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no i am going to wait till this one is dirty an then i will probely get one
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anyone know how long it will be before the hillbank website has more in stock?
i dont feel good using ebay...
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anyone know how long it will be before the hillbank website has more in stock?
i dont feel good using ebay...

They still show having them plus the ones off ebay are being sold by them any how so you should be ok ordering it off ebay

as in stock once there gone there gone so dont wait too long
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What k&n filter do you use for the box ?
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the guys selling them are from hillbank
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I might have to do that soon.
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They still show having them plus the ones off ebay are being sold by them any how so you should be ok ordering it off ebay

as in stock once there gone there gone so dont wait too long
mkay
i call dibs lol
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well lucky me
my aunt scored one on ebay for me today
so in a week or two, my ranger gets a present and hopefully i get a slightly better mpg
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ya if you can keep your foot out of it because it sounds so mean with it
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im suprised more people are not running them

well worth the price
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you are tell me what do the other 250 one do that is one don't ?
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you are tell me what do the other 250 one do that is one don't ?

what?
and i hope it sounds nice lol
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you are tell me what do the other 250 one do that is one don't ?
The more expensive CAI's are the whole intake tube and are usually CARB certified.
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I just cut a hole in my stock airbox and put a k&n in it.

Sounds pretty mean. Costs almost nothing.
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i bet you paid more for that k&n the i did for my intake
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i got one off ebay and put it in. Seems to be great, only notice was smoother shifting in the automatic and higher revs but other than that no reall big power gain. I would recomend it for the price
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