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4.7 intake?

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does anyone make a intake for the 2007 JC for a 4.7 L?
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K&N makes a couple.


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here is a thread that might help you.

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Does anyone know if there are any aftermarket tubes that would allow you to use the factory airbox? I'd like to open things up a bit, but I don't want it to get too loud. I saw True Flow sells kits like that (air filter + tube) but not for the Commander.
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I can't imagine where the gain would be in something like that. If you just want some more flow, not maximum and no increased sound, I'd suggest a drop in K&N replacement filter.


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I hate to hyjack someone's thread but those 4.7 liter intakes that you guys are refering to, do they also work on the 4.7 flex fuel engines. I obviously dont know if there really is a big difference between the flex fuel and regular 4.7 liter.... i'm new to the jeep thing!




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I hate to hyjack someone's thread but those 4.7 liter intakes that you guys are refering to, do they also work on the 4.7 flex fuel engines. I obviously dont know if there really is a big difference between the flex fuel and regular 4.7 liter.... i new to the jeep thing!

Yes I believe they would work with the Flex Fuel model.

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Have the K&N Cold Air kit on the 4.7 motor. Gained about 2 mpg and the pick up and torque has been a big difference from stock.
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Does the cold air have a whistle to it? I know it sounds weird but my Acura Cl was so restricted by the stock air box that when I was at lower RPMS there was a whistle from the AEM Intake until the rpms picked up and it gave the V6 a huge deep sound. I gained 14 hp on the Dyno with a full intake(which was huge for that little car) and a low gain in torque.

I am thinking with the V8 that the intake wont make the annoying whistle. I also am confused on why people are worried about the filter bypass so much. I am new to the offroad world yet I knew that the bypass only is affected if there is major water intrusion. As long as you maintain the Cold Air filter you wont have any problems inside the engine bay. I replaced my filter after 15 months and used a kit that AEM sells to oil coat the filter. Never had any problems after 4 years as a daily driver with the intake on!

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