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Intake and Exhaust

HEY I JUST BOUGHT A 04' EDGE 4.0 SOHC...WHAT ARE SOME SUGGESTED BRANDS FOR INTAKE AND EXHAUST??? AND HOW ARE THE RESULTS!?
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I like my Magnaflow exhaust. For an intake get something that surrounds the filter in a box so it keeps hot air out. I would get the intake last since it won't do much on its own.
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THANKS...I WAS WONDERING ABOUT THAT TOO
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did stuff for you ranger, like the site stop carrying JBA exhaust?
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i wouldnt mess with the intake, it has a cold air intake stock , which flows pretty well
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Check out my web page.. linked in my sig.

IMO an aftercat is worth the cost. The intake is only going to gain you power up over 4000+ rpms. If your into high rpms often... then I'd suggest a volant first. A K7N conical kit (like mine) second.

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IMO an aftercat is worth the cost. The intake is only going to gain you power up over 4000+ rpms. If your into high rpms often... then I'd suggest a volant first. A K7N conical kit (like mine) second.

Rich

Rich, in this thread (post #17) you said 5000+ RPMS instead of 4000+RPMS,
which is it?

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=66821






"I'm a big fan of aftermarket intake kits. (have one on my Ranger) But only because of high rpm power increases. If your not interested in 5000+ rpms.. don't waste your money.

You won't see a MPG increase as compaired to a properly working OEM setup.
You will *likely* increase the amount of grit entering the intake.
You very well might have the warrenty denied.
And your pretty much waisting money for a daily driver."
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Rich, in this thread (post #17) you said 5000+ RPMS instead of 4000+RPMS,
which is it?

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=66821

"I'm a big fan of aftermarket intake kits. (have one on my Ranger) But only because of high rpm power increases. If your not interested in 5000+ rpms.. don't waste your money.

You won't see a MPG increase as compaired to a properly working OEM setup.
You will *likely* increase the amount of grit entering the intake.
You very well might have the warrenty denied.
And your pretty much waisting money for a daily driver."
Bob, this is your only warning. Stalking and instigating like that is now over. You will not do it anymore. I do not care what you have to say about it or what excuse you have for it. I don't care, I don't want to hear it. Don't even bother replying with anything unless it is "ok". I'm tired of seeing it. I'm tired of everyone reporting every one of your dumbass posts. And everyone else here is tired of this. So find something else about someone else to drool over. End of discussion.

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