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any deals for Hemi K&N?

finally thinking it's time for the intake for my '05 Hemi WK. are there any good deals going on or sites you'd recommend for the best price on it?

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Old 12-08-2010, 10:46 PM
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Re: any deals for Hemi K&N?

I wouldnt suggest a K&N, they are one of the lower end intakes for our Jeeps, look into getting a bwoody 4" or an aFe Stage 2
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Why is the K&N on the lower end?
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Re: any deals for Hemi K&N?

Don't Mind him, he just talks

K&N is a fine ram air intake. As mentioned, the Bwoody is a great intake and pretty much the same price as the K&N intake.

Bwoody grabs air from the passenger side wheel well. It also uses a K&N filter.

Other than a difference in sound, the jeep flows plenty of air stock. And eventually the ECU will learn and it wont increase your performance all that much.

But as far as sites go, check ebay if you are dead set on the K&N... However, I would go with the Bwoody as its about the same price, and you can get just about any color you want.

http://bwoodyperformance.com/product...roducts_id=109
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I didn't like how the k&n didnt seem to close the gap between the engine and the airbox plus it seems to not fit as snug (past experience on an f150) I have the Airaid for my hemi and I looooove it. Sounds amazing when I hit the gas. No exhaust or tuner yet either. Good luck brother
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