Im looking at purchasing an AFE Magnum Force CAI. any one sporting the Afe Magnum force cold air intake...if so any feedback would help also would love a couple good pix
I remember that it fits in a fitting in the tube and you have to make sure that it is turned to be in the proper position for air to flow past it, I think I also remember that it was a little hard to slide into the fitting.
The box is to help the intake from sucking in the hot air in the engine compartment.What is the purpose of the "airbox"? I noticed the AFE system utilizes the airbox while the K&N system doesn't. The K&N CAI runs close to $100 more than the AFE and I can't justify spending the extra $$$ for the K&N name.
Assuming that the AFEII added power, which was the other? Do you know how much they added?while my experience is with the LX Dodge/ Chrysler cars, considering the HEMI and the 3.5 are the same engine, the results should be linear.
#1. After extensive dyno tests, only 2 CAI systems on the market ever made power
#5. In the car world the BEST performing for the LEAST amount of money is / was the AFEII
(hope this somehow helps those in the market to buy a CAI)
The box that says 4.7 on it is a heimholtz chamber.It looks both CAIs block off the air filter so it can pull in the coldest air possible. I'm talking about the box to the right of the intake tube (has "4.7" on it in the pic below):
The K&N looks like tubes directly into the throttle body (in the pic below):
I wasn't sure what that box does. K&N seemed to eliminate it when AFE just tubed into it.