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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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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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Re: Yup, Mopar 3.6 CAI is here ;)

I think of playing with my cars as a stress reliever, can see immediate results.
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Re: Yup, Mopar 3.6 CAI is here ;)

very interesting stuff here!
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Re: Yup, Mopar 3.6 CAI is here ;)

Since this is contribute to an older thread day.
180* T stat. Been out for a while now.
https://ripp.squarespace.com/shop/20...deg-thermostat
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Re: Yup, Mopar 3.6 CAI is here ;)

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Since this is contribute to an older thread day.
180* T stat. Been out for a while now.
https://ripp.squarespace.com/shop/20...deg-thermostat
What benefits, if any, would you get by changing out the thermostat?
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Re: Yup, Mopar 3.6 CAI is here ;)

Without significant and corresponding mods none if not a negative effect. A supercharged engine can make use of the lower opening temp. But almost anywhere else there's no calling for it. People have al sorts of notions about cooling but in 99% of environments and situations it ends up pissing off the computer and allowing the coolant to leave the block that much sooner won't bring gains. Again some situations will warrant its use but in general and daily driver use the perceived gains are greater than the real ones.


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Re: Yup, Mopar 3.6 CAI is here ;)

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Scott, tell me more about this engine cover? is this yours? if so, how do you like the Airaid CAI? Thanks.

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Re: Yup, Mopar 3.6 CAI is here ;)

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Without significant and corresponding mods none if not a negative effect. A supercharged engine can make use of the lower opening temp. But almost anywhere else there's no calling for it. People have al sorts of notions about cooling but in 99% of environments and situations it ends up pissing off the computer and allowing the coolant to leave the block that much sooner won't bring gains. Again some situations will warrant its use but in general and daily driver use the perceived gains are greater than the real ones.


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Not according to our data - the thermo opening up at 180 vs 209 has not had any "pissed" off effects on the ECU at all - in fact all the notions that the oil pressure and/or MPG will go down has not translated to any data we have accrued.

We would agree that more engine load would constitute more cooling such as a SC. But consider guys that tow or race full throttle the same category and the THERMO opening sooner will give the cooling system more time to fight off heat. This in conjunction with a now ready Diablo tuner will allow you to turn on the fan sooner and dissipate heat.

The debate is yours to be had - We have produced this product for the community to use and enjoy not get into internet wars about applied theory

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Re: Yup, Mopar 3.6 CAI is here ;)

tje 3.6 version is now cheaper pretty much anywhere other than the OG poster mopar part number 77070042.
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