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Injen Power-Flow Cold Air Intake System Part #PF8026P Customer Reviews
1 Customer Review
Reviewed by Craig S (Monroe, CT) Reviewed for a 2002 Dodge Dakota — Nov 04, 2007 2:13 PM
The good: It looks great. it sounds great - quite under normal driving but mean sounding when your on the gas. Most importantly, it gives me more power where I needed it. I often found my Dakota dogging up hills with a full load. This intake definitely increases the pull under those conditions. The bad: Injen did not do their homework for the Dakota. Mine has the 45RFE transmission and the intake does not fit. I had to relocate the vacuum kickdown canister and fabricate a new bracket to hold it. The filter also rubs against the TCM, so I need to buy a shorter filter. I positioned it so it is not too bad, but still the filter should be shorter. These problems turned what should have been a 20 minute job into a 3 and a half hour job. After I encountered the problems, my research found that the AFE intakes include brackets for just this problem - I guess they did their homework. Conclusion: If you have a Dakota without a 45RFE transmission, I would highly recommend this intake. If you do have the 45RFE, your money would be better spent elsewhere.
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