Air intake

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  1. Hokiebird72

    Hokiebird72 Junior Member

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    Purchased a 2019 Ram 1500 Bighorn crew cab 3.6 (new body style) about a month ago and I have had no luck in finding an aftermarket cold air intake. I have been just about everywhere online and no luck. Any suggestions?
     
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    Bnichols30 Junior Member

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    Pull Ya U.S. MARINE VETERAN Supporting Member Military

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    There is a lot of discussion going on about the effectiveness of the OEM system. Many people believe that it is just as effective as an aftermarket system for street use. It might be worth some research before you spend a bunch of money on something that you will not see much of a change. Just my .02
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    turkeybird56 Military Vet 1976-1996 Retired US Army Military

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    DITTO to what PULLYA said. Since U also bought the Penstar V-6 with I believe has the new E-Torque technology, I would do a heck of a lot of research since U have that brand new 48V system.

    On the Hemi's, PPL who are looking for performance go way beyond CAI; Change out exhaust, maybe bypass cuts, Tuners, Plugs, For the real talented pull MDS lifter/cam, etc... Just doing a CAI not going to do much, but get a bit more air into Motor. U may want to just consider an AEM Dry Air Filter to replace the OEM in the box, just all IMHO.....
     
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