Re: Dyno Time
Problem is that Dyno before and after installing things costs a good amount of dough. If you dyno on different days, results will also vary, so you have to do it on the spot after making the change. I am getting mine dyno tuned in a few weeks form a Mopar specialist, but have no interest in just getting a dyno reading.
A CAI will lose low end and throttle response, plus you have to rev it to see any gains, if there are any. Same with a catback, lose low end and gain noise. I've had both, went back to stock and it drives much better.
The variable diameter CNC ported 85 mm TB gains power everywhere across the curve, from low to high rpm. as does the Apexi super voltage stabilizer. All I can say is those make it much more responsive and fun to drive, it takes off from the get go with a lot more torque, the engine is much quieter and smoother, and you don't need to downshift to accelerate at speed.
2006 GC Overland QD II
5.7 Hemi, Modern Muscle 85 mm CNC ported TB, Apexi super voltage stabilizer, Billet Tech. Catch Can, Koni FSD shocks/struts, SRT8 sway bars, Cooper Discoverer SRX 255/65/17, Amsoil fluids, Diablosport Intune CMR tuned by Hemifever tuning.