This Stage-2 cold air intake system produces 19 hp. 20 lbs. x ft. torque and outflows the factory intake by 64%. Enclosed in a durable 18-gauge, powder-coated heat shield; this air intake system features a washable/reusable conical air filter that improves airflow for increased horsepower and torque. This intake system also features a one-piece wrinkle black powder-coated tube design that replaces the stock intake tract and directs increased air flow with improved volumetric efficiency for maximum performance. One-piece heat shield requires little or no assembly and the filter is constructed with 100% polyurethane for long life and multiple cleaning cycles.
4" Tube Design- This system designed with a 1 piece tube design going from 3-1/2" to a 4" for increased air volume and to speed up the air for increased horsepower and torque.
Mounts In Factory Location - aFe has developed this intake to provide a hassle-free installation that utilizes all factory mounting locations.
Durable 18-Gauge Heat Shield- This wrinkle black powder-coated heat shield is made to keep out unwanted engine heat which improves horsepower and torque.
5-1/2 Conical Filter with Inverted Top- This intake utilizes a huge, 5-1/2" oval conical Pro 5R performance air filter with inverted top for maximum flow. This 5-layer progressive, oiled cotton gauze air filter provides maximum flow for increased horsepower and torque.
This intake is 50-state legal for 2011-2013 models (CARB E.O Number D-550-14/19/11/22).
2011-2017 Dodge Durango V8-5.7L HEMI
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- I purchase this product from Amazon, overall this aFe air...
- I purchase this product from Amazon, overall this aFe air intake is one of the better ones out there it would be the best if they improve on the installation of the inlet air sensor. It was easy to install and good quality, but the only down fall I see in the product is the inlet air senor installation. The manufacture only gives you an O-ring for installing the inlet air senor in the pipe. So I went ahead and used zip ties to secure the sensor in place. I will be contacting AFE about the problem to see if they come up with a fix.