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Re: Yup, Mopar 3.6 CAI is here ;)

Try here . Does it clear the cam phasor and wiring ? Is the IAT reduced ? YWTK.
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Re: Yup, Mopar 3.6 CAI is here ;)

So far in 90F weather I see only about 10F difference in IAT between the stock tube and one that has the furnaces and resonators removed. Both run 15-25F above OAT with engine coolant at 203F. Major differece with the clean tube is that you can watch the IAT drop 10F or more on a single 0-45, stock tube is much slower.

Major influence is the sheer length in a hot engine bay particularly under 50 MPH cruise when the flow is low.

To really be effective we are going to have to lower the coolant temp to 185F-190F but there is no aftermarket 180 or 185 thermostat for the 3.6 that I am aware of. Stant does not make one. Does anyone here have a source ?

ps reading the FSM sounds like running at 185 will not upset the computer.
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Re: Yup, Mopar 3.6 CAI is here ;)

Hahaha you guys crack me up with this "IAT" talk. Who buys a 3.6 CAI for any other reason than the sound? Its a 3.6L Jeep. Not a hemi, not the SRT. Video is awesome though I have the same intake and it sounds ridiculous.
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