AFE Power BladeRunner Turbo Inlet Tube 46-60029

AFE Power BladeRunner Turbo Inlet Tube 46-60029

04.5-05 GM 6.6L Duramax LLY

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no difference
Bo (Texas) 1/26/2012 9:31 AM
Definately not worth the money,did'nt notice any drop in egt's ,maybe a little less turbo drag.The inside is way too rough for complete intake flow.
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hot shot service
landon (albetra) 5/4/2011 12:23 AM
dont want your lly to suck no more when pulling BUY THIS WORTH THE MONEY quicker spool up drop in egts woke up my truck chip cold air 4 inch i have if i could do it again this would of been the first thing to been thrown on the lly
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Daily Commuter/ Spirited Driver
Steve Wade (Maryland) 10/28/2010 11:50 AM
I put this turbo inlet tube on my 04 LLY and what a difference. My truck is modified for drag racing but before this tube it just had the stock tube. With the AFE my turbo spools a little bit faster, my egts dropped nicely, and fuel mileage actually increased slighly. The little extra power is hardly noticable but this product definitley makes a difference in your driving experience.
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Maintenance Supervisior
Tarry Morse (Minnesota) 8/21/2010 6:33 PM
I was skeptical about such a simple change giving the advertised results. But after I installed this Turbo Inlet,I noticed much Quicker Turbo spooling and faster throttle response. EGT temps dropped by 60 degrees and mileage and power definetly increased. I tow a 32 foot Toyhauler Trailer that weighs about 10,000 pounds fully loaded and the difference was noticeable right away. I also noticed that the engine ran cooler and the clutch fan engaged less often and for much shorter periods of time when it did.Good product...I got my moneys worth
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Welding and Fabrication
Butch Edwards (Henderson NC) 5/21/2010 7:02 PM
This is a nice piece on the outside but the inside looks very ruff. I can not see how it can improve the air flow when the inside looks like sand paper. If it were polished up on the inside I could see this flowing air smoothly to the turbo. I guess that is why they only show a picture of the outside and not the inside were all the action is happening.
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Truck Driver
Nate (Texas) 4/12/2010 10:48 PM
Installed and kept everything stock and got a 50 degree drop in egt turbo also spools sooner. a couple of weeks later added a 4 inch turbo back exhaust but kept the stock air box lost about 250 more degrees. So far have been impressed and that is basically running at stock power. With a 7000 lb load my egt was 1137 degrees and it was 90 degrees outside before i added the bladerunner and 4 inch it would approach 1325 degrees.
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