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Hpe air intake

What's up guys I was wondering if anyone had any advice on the hpe intake? On Hennessy website it says it aids 11 all wheel HP so I was strongly considering it but it is $450 a lot of cash. And right now I have a short ram injen intake should I just stick with what I have or move to the hpe ?
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What's up guys I was wondering if anyone had any advice on the hpe intake? On Hennessy website it says it aids 11 all wheel HP so I was strongly considering it but it is $450 a lot of cash. And right now I have a short ram injen intake should I just stick with what I have or move to the hpe ?
I have the HPE on my SRT. I haven't taken it to the dyno so I don't know the exact whp gain but I don't think it was enough to justify the price tag. If I were to do it over again I would have probably purchased the injen instead because I believe it comes with a heat shield. The HPE is just the pipe, some clamps and a K&N filter.
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Old 10-13-2013, 12:12 PM
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Re: Hpe air intake

Ive had the Hennessey ad intake air temps were CRAZY hot! 140-160 on a warm day. get the bwoody asap! Its the only true CAI and intake temps are just barely above ambient
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