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Old 03-02-2014, 12:41 AM
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Any opinions on which cold air intake to add to my '14 Ram?
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From what I've read, vararam is the top choice.
All personal preference in the end.
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Here are a couple of threads that recently asked pretty much this same question/reviews of others setups

http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=168059
http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=167821

Personally I would go after either 1 of the LMI products that are available, large filter, large tube =lots of air open setup true Carbon fiber=lighter than most CAI's and less heat soak compared to plastic/metal intakes. If you go with the Mid tube you still get some advantages and get to maintain a closed/sealed CAI system which I am not personally a fan of but many are, you get less restrictive path to the throttle body, less heat soak transfer than the factory tube, and when paired with a hi-flow replacement filter and a DIY mod to the factory air box you have a very nice closed/sealed system comparable to any other CAI that is closed/sealed with better advantages.

If you would like to order a CAI reach out to us in our vendor thread, shoot us an email at sales@bullysperformance.com send us a PM, or call us at 855-432-FAST and we can get you taken care of, and remember to mention you are a Z member and we will get you the best discounts available.

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^Jeremiah, what are we looking at $$ wise and do you ship to Canada, just getting all my add ons here ready to go on when the new ride arrives 6.4 2014 2500 Laramie
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^Jeremiah, what are we looking at $$ wise and do you ship to Canada, just getting all my add ons here ready to go on when the new ride arrives 6.4 2014 2500 Laramie
I do not believe that there is something available for the 6.4 2500's yet, I will have to get under the hood of one and see if there is something that can maybe be used from the 6/4 cars or easily changed to work. We do ship to Canada it cost an extra $25 they are sent directly from the manufacturer via USPS some have reported having to pay GST and some do not, GST though is generally always just 5% and since these are built to order we are not able to include the GST/HST in the price like we can everything else.
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most feel the stock intake is pretty good. other than a louder sound, you will gain very little improvement in airflow.
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Here are a couple of threads that recently asked pretty much this same question/reviews of others setups

http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=168059
http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=167821

Personally I would go after either 1 of the LMI products that are available, large filter, large tube =lots of air open setup true Carbon fiber=lighter than most CAI's and less heat soak compared to plastic/metal intakes. If you go with the Mid tube you still get some advantages and get to maintain a closed/sealed CAI system which I am not personally a fan of but many are, you get less restrictive path to the throttle body, less heat soak transfer than the factory tube, and when paired with a hi-flow replacement filter and a DIY mod to the factory air box you have a very nice closed/sealed system comparable to any other CAI that is closed/sealed with better advantages.

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Thank you for the reply. What are the prices on the both of those for my 2014 Ram?
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