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Factory Spec: 4.7-liter V8 engine - 310 horsepower, 330 lb-ft of torque.


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Old 10-23-2009, 07:38 PM
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Yeah thank you! I don't even know what happened, I had a massive brain fart Lol.

installation is simple, Simply locate all the clamps, screws, bolts, whatever is needed to remove the stock box, and you'll be installing the intake with rubber couplers with clamps on those, which is EASY! You can twist the tubing to your liking and make everything just right.

OH before you install it though, disconnect the negative battery cable. Then once it is installed, hook up the cable again, and start the vehicle. Let it idle for a few minutes to adapt, listen for leaks, then take it for a drive, and tighten all the clamps down once more to make sure nothing came loose! It's easy trust me on this one.
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Alright, well good!

When I reset the ECU I always unhook the neg. battery cable and have all the doors open for a good 10 minutes. Hook it all back up, restart, idle for a few minutes and then drive normally.
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Good, you have your stuff straight! Kind of ironic, I am now going to build an intake for my dads charger R/T. We just love our dads?
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Haha... MAF

Yeah, IAT sensor in the intake tube, and PCV. Ebay intakes are pretty much junk and like the other said, make your own.

Or get a BFI
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Lol for sooooooooooooooooooo much money. There needs to be a frankintake made for dodge ram's. Cheap, basically homemade, and efficient!
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http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=42653
Here's another thread if you go homemade. There are pics of different engines with the same pipe.
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Good, you have your stuff straight! Kind of ironic, I am now going to build an intake for my dads charger R/T. We just love our dads?
Nice! I guess we do!

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Haha... MAF

Yeah, IAT sensor in the intake tube, and PCV. Ebay intakes are pretty much junk and like the other said, make your own.

Or get a BFI
? I don't know what its called, for Hondas it is called the MAF. So there is a sensor in the intake?
eBay intakes are fine, minus the filter. A pipe is a pipe, for I would NEVER in my life use an eBay filter even for one mintue. I bought an AEM sri for my car for about $150 and that was stupid, when I could have bought an eBay intake pipe and a $40 filter for a grand total of $80. I however, am not going to build an intake, IMO it doesn't look the best (no offense 2 anyone) so I think I am just going to buy the eBay intake and swap filters.


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http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=42653
Here's another thread if you go homemade. There are pics of different engines with the same pipe.
Thanks!

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