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Old 08-20-2013, 10:46 AM
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Re: Noob Alert - VOlant Intake Question

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Robpp came up with the number, but I can't find his post on it. I think the P/N is, 05149279AB. I'd double check with the parts folks at the stealer first though, or check on, ShopHemi.com. I can't find the box for mine, and I thought I had one for my LX too. Can't find it in my junk pile either. It's suppose to be for the 392 Hemi Challenger, if that helps.
Only reference to that number on this site is actually from you jeepgcoman:
Back to stock air intake

Regardless, now it's on my list of things to buy, just a bit up on the priority list...after I finish getting ready for hunting season.
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Re: Noob Alert - VOlant Intake Question

Oh, brentwoodkris, I just looked at your profile and see you have an 05. Guesss what?? The Challenger IAT Sensor won't work on it.....the plug is different. It'll only work on the 06 and up ones. That's why my 05 Hemi LX doesn't have it on already. What I plan to do (when I get some time) is hit the junk yard with a late sensor in my pocket, and look for any Chrysler product that uses that type plug.....snip that sucker off and head for home. I am also looking for some late valve covers so I can update to the late model coils (I have an extra set) and eliminate the Taylor Shorties. Do you still have the wasted spark setup (wires over the top of the engine) on yours, or have you switched to the shorties?
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Re: Noob Alert - VOlant Intake Question

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Oh, brentwoodkris, I just looked at your profile and see you have an 05. Guesss what?? The Challenger IAT Sensor won't work on it.....the plug is different. It'll only work on the 06 and up ones. That's why my 05 Hemi LX doesn't have it on already. What I plan to do (when I get some time) is hit the junk yard with a late sensor in my pocket, and look for any Chrysler product that uses that type plug.....snip that sucker off and head for home. I am also looking for some late valve covers so I can update to the late model coils (I have an extra set) and eliminate the Taylor Shorties. Do you still have the wasted spark setup (wires over the top of the engine) on yours, or have you switched to the shorties?
Well that just sucks, oh well though, one less thing to buy!

...as for the ignition system, I've been running the Taylor Shorty kit for a couple of years. Been really pleased with it, especially cleaning up that messy rats nest of wiring across the motor. In my initial research, I didn't see enough of a marked improvement based on reviews and my understanding of the technology to merit doing a full coil swap for the later model tech so I'll be sticking with the shorties for now. Chances are I'll be rid of the WK and upgraded to a WK2 by the time I'll need to change out the Shorties.
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Re: Noob Alert - VOlant Intake Question

The coil/valve cover swap doesn't do anything except clean it up a little more and make it look like the 06's>. The only reason I am going to try to do it is because I have that extra set of late coils that came off the Jeep when I put the SOS coils on.
With these coils you're suppose to open the plug gap up to .065 in., but I only went to .060 in. I figure the gap will grow with time anyway. After I drive it a while I'll do a review on them, but for now it sits.....front and rear SRT bumpers off getting repainted (color matched with black inserts) and also refitting the trailer hitch to work with the SRT setup.
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