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Cold air intake

Whats up guys. I have a 2007 grand cherokee 3.7 . Whats the best cold air intake. I want the loudest n most performance gain if any. Thanks
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Get the volant
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Re: Cold air intake

From what I have seen on Jeeps is that the stock air intake is actually a COLD air intake, while most of the aftermarket ones are really WARM/HOT air intakes.

Other than making more noise, I do not understand what good they do.
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The Volant intake system is just like the factory one its all sealed 100 percent but it also allows more air into the engine as well
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Re: Cold air intake

Injen is probably the best bet. It goes all the way to your TB, eliminating the stupid resonator. I've been fighting with my stupid reso since I got my K&N. I should have gone Injen or Airaid or anything that eliminates that thing!

Cold air is denser than warm air. Put "cold" air in your TB, mix in some fuel, and you end up with more power.
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