This cold air intake system produced up to 13 HP, 17 lbs. x ft. TQ, and out-flowed the factory intake by 37%. Included in this cold air intake system is a 18-gauge powder-coated heat shield and a massive 8" tall radial flow, oiled aFe POWER Pro 5R filter. The air filter uses a unique patent pending flange retention design that allows the filter to be securely mounted to the heat shield without any hardware. A huge 1-piece mandrel bent wrinkle-black powder-coated intake tube maximizes air velocity providing maximum performance and throttle response. This is a direct bolt-on kit and requires no cutting or drilling.
Filter Flange Retention Design:
The air filter uses a unique patent pending flange retention design that requires no hardware to mount the filter to the heat shield to provide a quick hassle-free installation with minimal hardware.
Huge One-Piece Intake Tube:
A large mandrel-bent intake tube is used to smoothly direct the increased air flow into the engine for maximum performance.
8" Tall 360-Degree Air Filter:
A massive 8" air filter is used for maximum flow and performance filtration. The Pro 5R performance air filter features 5-layers of progressively finer mesh cotton gauze media and is constructed with 100% polyurethane for long life and multiple cleaning cycles.
aFe has developed this intake to provide a hassle-free installation that utilizes all factory mounting locations.
This CARB E.O excludes the following Engine Test Groups: 2020 LCRXV03.65P3.
Year Make Model SubModel Engine Fuel 2011-2022 Chrysler 300 V6 3.6L Gas 2011-2022 Dodge Challenger V6 3.6L Gas 2011-2022 Dodge Charger V6 3.6L Gas
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- A perfect fit.
Overall an easy kit to install with minimal effort. All you need are a few ordinary tools and about 30 minutes to an hour of your time. The kit is of good quality. The tubing is quite robust and holds up well to the vibrations and heat. I have had this kit on my Chrysler 300S for about 3 years now and still looks and fits like the first day I installed it, minus all the dust, lol.
If I had to do it all over again I would purchase the dry filter kit. I say this due to the fact that it makes for double downtime due to waiting for it to fully dry and then oiling it and allowing for the oil to wick over the media. I actually had to purchase another filter of a different brand that fits so that it can be a stand-in as the original filter was properly wicked the oil.
Still a great kit! Sounds great at WOT!