I like the underneath design eliminating the ducting, just wish they would get it to market. Great product for sure!
Lol, I do always say go big or home! Comes from years of settling then paying even more on trading up, so if you go big on the get go then ,,,, hopefully there's nothing to trade up to 🤪🤪🤪Last time I spoke with them at end of May they said it would be end of Summer!!!....With all that they have said, time and again, I gave up even thinking about. There must have been an issue...perhaps restrictive air flow? Who knows. Whatever. Saving my pennies for a few exhausts, AA computer and licenses, clutch kits and all the engine goodies to outfit my small fleet. You've even convinced me to go with the bigger injectors and Stage 5 (😀) AA tune for the sand oriented rig. About to pull the trigger on a 30' ATC trailer to hold at least two of the vehicles and things. None of this is cheap. LOL. You are a bad (in good way) influence.
good to know. i talked to KWT several weeks ago. he said they had something in the worksContacted KWT and they are testing their particle separator for the PRO tomorrow!!!! And are hoping to dial in the mount by the end of this week. I will be purchasing the first one out and it is looking like KWT will beat S&B to market.
The s and b rep I talked to said possibly it will be available to order direct through them as well. Not 100 percent on that. Waiting to see. The other thing he was able to say he was pretty sure about it’s a variable speed fan so when the engine is revved up the fan speed is faster and when the engine is at say an idle it’s quite a bit slower. Not sure how that’s going to work with if your coasting and let off the throttle if the fan speed lowers or not. The other thing is if it ever fails apparently it will default to 100 percent duty cycle. So why not just leave it 100 and run all the time is back there anyway. But I like that it’s out of the way now.Interested in what "Scavenge fan only runs when needed" mean on the S&B setup? Does anyone know?