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Old 01-22-2014, 06:08 PM   #1
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just traded in my 2010 4.0 for a 2013 3.7 ant proven suggestions
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Old 01-22-2014, 06:36 PM   #3
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anyone know whats the most u can push without a supercharger
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trynna make power without boost?

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Old 01-22-2014, 08:34 PM   #5
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Ant tested, ant approved?
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9,000 horse powers! No idea 330 maybe..... With like tune and longtubes etc. Friend did a build on one with turbo's and its engine blew up at around 500 :P Safe at 430ish after a new engine
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Old 01-22-2014, 10:18 PM   #9
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lol be nice….. also i think CAI's are scams
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lol be nice….. also i think CAI's are scams
Good for you, but they aren't.

A CAI is a great first addition.

The stock intake is designed to be quiet. So it has twists and bends and tubes and boxes and...

Get rid of that and the engine breathes more freely.

Go get a straw, put it in your mouth and breath through the straw.

Go get an empty paper towel roll and do the same.

See how much easier it is to move the air with the larger tube?

Same principal in an engine. It is nothing but an air pump. The faster and more efficient it can move that air, the happier and stronger it is.

Even something as simple as a new high flow air filter element can make a huge difference, especially with a tune.
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lol be nice….. also i think CAI's are scams
Sooo, you ask for suggestions... Get one THAT IS PROVEN. And then say it is a scam. Why did you even bother to ask?

Murgatroy, nice explanation. That's spot on!
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Sooo, you ask for suggestions... Get one THAT IS PROVEN. And then say it is a scam. Why did you even bother to ask?

Murgatroy, nice explanation. That's spot on!
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Old 01-23-2014, 05:51 PM   #13
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from my understanding the actual Air intake manifold is restricted to a max flow. the only way to get more air in the actual chamber is forced induction. Cai just makes the air cooler supposedly witch helps the fuel burn better. i had a few cold air intakes that actually slowed me down.
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yea they are proven at 6000 rpm which means wide open…. 5-8 horsepower doing max speed 112 mph. do u live in a town where u can do that all day???
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I would start with the three basics. Exhaust, intake, chip. Simple bolt on additions that add power and actually improve gas mileage. And that's not true about the intake being proven at 6000rpm. A lot of manufactures that make intakes will post dyno sheets to prove the gains. If you look at those, with most of the applications, you will see a steady increase across the whole RPM range, not just peak. And the CAI doesn't just make the air colder, it increases the amount of air that the engine takes in. In some cases, these intakes can increase CFM (cubic feet per minute) by 150%. That number equates into power and fuel mileage increase. I hope that helps.
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what about the actually intake manifold they have a factory restriction
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Old 01-23-2014, 06:18 PM   #17
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oh and thanks for not bashing MY>>> opinion
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On a application like yours, the intake manifold isn't going to make a difference in this situation. You aren't going to be getting HUGE power out of your build unless you go with some sort of direct injection, and you will most likely have to switch out the manifold if you do that anyway. The factory manifold will handle the increase in air flow without any problems. You WILL see power gains by doing those three upgrades. I'm not here to bash anyone.
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Old 01-23-2014, 06:59 PM   #20
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what do u think about hi flow cats wit shortie headers and a x or h pipe??
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