Manifolds Intake Manifold BladeRunner 3" Intake Manifold; Dodge Diesel Trucks 03-07 L6-5.9L (td) 46-10011
The BladeRunner intake manifold represents the next generation in intake manifold design. The BladeRunner intake manifold uses a unique MDV (Multiple Directional Vane) technology to guide the air through the manifold maximizing air flow. Constructed out of cast A356-T6 aluminum and uses a proprietary internal bolt design to help increase the flow and provide a solid seal void of leaks or deformaties. the BladeRunner comes with up to 5 ports for nitrous injections, gauges and other accessories used by hardcore enthusiasts. In recent testing the BladeRunner intake manifold outflowed the factory intake by 32.9% and produced 17hp and 50lbs. x ft torque at 1975rpm. This intake is specifically designed to provide increased intake volume and velocity.
Patented MDV (Multiple Directional Vane) Technology: To increase air velocity, the BladeRunner intake manifold uses aFe Power's patented MDV (Multiple Directional Vane) Technology. By splitting the air into multiple streams, the air flow speeds up increasing performance and improving throttle response.
A356-T6 Aluminum Construction: The BladeRunner intake manifold is constructed of lightweight A356-T6 aluminum for light weight and high strength.
Five Auxiliary Ports: This intake manifold comes with 5 auxiliary port pads (2-tapped at 1/8" NPT) for use with gauges, temp sensors or nitrous oxide systems.
Pass Through Installation Bolt Design: The mounting bolts are a major cause for backpressure with the factory intake. The BladeRunner intake uses allen head bolts that pass through the intake to maximize air volume through the manifold.
Hassle-Free Installation: This intake comes complete with all necessary hardware and bolts to the factory location for a hassle-free installation. This system uses factory dipstick location.
This intake manifold is 50-state legal for 2003-2007 models (CARB E.O Number D-550-10).
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