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Best Intake Kit

Just put a MBRP 4" on my 97 F250 7.3 PSD and I'm wanting to put a Motorcraft AIS Severe Duty Intake Kit, but I can't find one to fit my truck. Has anyone put one of these on their 97 and if you have, where did you get it? If this one's not available, what's the next best choice? Thanks!
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I just put the riff raff setup with the upgraded filter on mine and love it. Definitely hear more from the intake and freed up the motor noticeably from the k&n the previous owner had on it. And I'm still on stock exhaust.

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I love my Tymar Intake, really lets the turbo breath.

1997 F250 Heavy Duty 7.3 Powerstroke 4x4 Crew Cab, SRW, Automatic E40D
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What relentless007 said; Dale Isley at TYMAR Performance.

'94 1/2 F250 4x4, SuperCab XLT, 5 spd, SMF w/ Valaeo clutch, 4.10 (syn. lube), Cenex Maxtron 5W40 Syn, manual hubs, B&W Gooseneck hitch, Cooper ST Maxx tires in 235/85R16, authentic TYMAR intake, 4" AFE exhaust, FRP mod., SD starter, Isspro boost/pyro,digital thermometer, homebuilt exhaust brake, 190K Fresh factory injectors at 186K, TS-6 chip. "Its only a pickup. Trucks have a button on the shifter!"
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I don't believe there's a Ford AIS kit available for the OBS trucks. It's strictly a SuperDuty accessory, although it might be adaptable if you're willing to tweak it a bit. Like the other guys said, a Tymar style intake filter would probably be your best option.

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We have Riffraffs on ours, plenty happy with them. DIY is not all that difficult. They're all good; just depends on which direction you want to point your buck-zooka.
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