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AFE intake dyno sheet

So my jeep has been at AFE so they can develop an intake system for us wk2 guys. Here is 2 dyno sheets they sent me, both are on stock tune with borla axla back and 180 tstat. They both show complete 3rd gear pulls but they each highlight 2 different rpm spots to show different gains instead of just a total gain. Im pretty happy at the but I think the stock numbers were probably done on a warm motor as I don't think we will see a gain of 30hp and 30 torque just from an intake. For argument sake, we did have another local jeep get dyno tuned by Adam at ST. Stock with a bwoody intake and magnaflow exhaust he put out 392, im sure he gained some from those 2 mods so my stock numbers are right in line with his. Also I have run a 8.17 on a street tune from Joel on 91 gas with a bwoody intake. I went again to the track with the stock intake, because the bwoody bracket broke, on a race tune on vp109 with almost identical weather and ran .3 slower with the stock intake and more aggressive tune on race gas than I did with just an intake and street tune on 91. So with those facts it just makes me scratch my head more as to how much this jeep is really choked off by the stock intake. either way pretty pleased even with the stock numbers with some dyno sheets being put up in the 350 range. This is with a modified 5.7 intake. They were more than happy with the numbers so they are planning to make us our own sealed intake box and are working on one right now that will be similar to the challenger intake. This was on an AWD dyno
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Re: AFE intake dyno sheet

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So my jeep has been at AFE so they can develop an intake system for us wk2 guys. Here is 2 dyno sheets they sent me, both are on stock tune with borla axla back and 180 tstat. They both show complete 3rd gear pulls but they each highlight 2 different rpm spots to show different gains instead of just a total gain. Im pretty happy at the but I think the stock numbers were probably done on a warm motor as I don't think we will see a gain of 30hp and 30 torque just from an intake. For argument sake, we did have another local jeep get dyno tuned by Adam at ST. Stock with a bwoody intake and magnaflow exhaust he put out 392, im sure he gained some from those 2 mods so my stock numbers are right in line with his. Also I have run a 8.17 on a street tune from Joel on 91 gas with a bwoody intake. I went again to the track with the stock intake, because the bwoody bracket broke, on a race tune on vp109 with almost identical weather and ran .3 slower with the stock intake and more aggressive tune on race gas than I did with just an intake and street tune on 91. So with those facts it just makes me scratch my head more as to how much this jeep is really choked off by the stock intake. either way pretty pleased even with the stock numbers with some dyno sheets being put up in the 350 range. This is with a modified 5.7 intake. They were more than happy with the numbers so they are planning to make us our own sealed intake box and are working on one right now that will be similar to the challenger intake. This was on an AWD dyno

Pretty solid. Crap even if it produces a true 20hp I'm in... I'll get rid of my inJen....

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Re: AFE intake dyno sheet

Looks really interesting. I'd be willing to get one when they're done.
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Pretty solid. Crap even if it produces a true 20hp I'm in... I'll get rid of my inJen....

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From the way they made it sound this prototype was very similar to the injen, basically they used the 3.5" intake tube from the 5.7 intake modified it to fit and threw it on the dyno. The difference in hp and torque threw out is big but up top is just ridiculous
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Re: AFE intake dyno sheet

For just a simple intake you are making good power and torque throughout the rpm range. Congrats man.
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Re: AFE intake dyno sheet

Numbers look good. I just sure hope AFE puts more design in the intake fitting properly, unlike what Corsa just released.
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Numbers look good. I just sure hope AFE puts more design in the intake fitting properly, unlike what Corsa just released.
First thing they tried was their 5.7 momentum intake box because I told them we were looking for a sealed intake. They noticed the vents in the hood hit and they have to make a box specifically for us SRT guys. They are looking into how many srts have sold to justify tooling up to do this. They have not found any solid data yet but have told me its a go. The one I will have tomorrow is probably gonna be a intake with a heat shield. Similar to their challenger SRT intake. The sealed box will take more time
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Re: AFE intake dyno sheet

They are thinking to do carbon fiber accents on the box. I feel afe designs their stuff better and it looks nicer than Volant does. I had the chance to give my jeep to Volant but chose to buy the bwoody instead. Keep breaking the bracket on my bwoody and saw afe still needed a jeep so I jumped on it. Much better than volant in my eyes as well as injen. They have a '14 coming in this week for the exhaust
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Re: AFE intake dyno sheet

I would be in for a sealed intake system for sure. Would also be nice if they went ahead and developed a way to draw air from lower and not have to move the washer fluid tank. Hope this doesn't take another 6 months for someone to come out with. I also like AFE had a intake on my old BMW 135i and saw great gains with it.
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I had to put the washer fluid bottle back in for them to make sure everything fits right, I just dont see any way to get air in there other than where that bottle is. there is room where air goes around the bottle though. the radiator is sealed off to keep all the air flowing thru it so you cant really run a scoop there. since I already have the bottle removed I will keep it out, I don't use it anyway. afe is not gonna design an intake where you have to take that out either. afe runs their intakes thru the heat shield with an adapter that the intake tube and filer clamp to. unlike the injen which just rests in a slot in the heat shield. My plan is to get thicker weather stripping to seal against the hood. I normally like sealed boxes but I feel the jeep is already sealed up and we cant get enough air in there so I like the open filters in this case as long as you can keep it from sucking hot air
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