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2007 Dodge Durango Air Intake Systems

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Easy to install and sounds awesome

Reviewed By Anthony D (SHIRLEY, MA) Reviewed for a 2007 Dodge Durango —6/19/2013 5:46 AM

Installation took me about an hour and I'm not a "car guy". Once installed, I took it for a ride and it sounded very "deep" as I accelerated. The only thing I dont care for is how loud it seems to be taking in air when you first turn on car.

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Reviewed By James D (Las Vegas, NV) Reviewed for a 2007 Dodge Durango —7/24/2009 9:34 AM

Install was easy thanks to the detailed instructions. One part was missing but arrived three days after calling their customer servce number. Looks great and sounds fantastic.

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K&N 77 Intake Kit on '07 Durango Hemi

Reviewed By Michael R (Lees Summit, MO) Reviewed for a 2007 Dodge Durango —4/20/2007 6:00 AM

The kit installed easily on my '07 Durango Hemi with only one exception. The air temp. sensor was a little difficult to remove from the stock plenum, it turned opposite from the instructions. My install time was about 70 minutes. This kit was much easier to install on the Hemi than one I installed on my older 5.9L Durango. After reading other reviews I was a little concerned about the noise it would make (like turning over the air cleaner on an old '70s GM), however, there was no noticable increase in noise (this may be disappointing to some). So far, I'm getting about 0.5 to 1.0 mpg better. The engine runs/idles fine, I read one review that questioned the filter messing up the engine management control, maybe that person broke the air temp. sensor or didn't get it connected back correctly got frustrated and gave up ... anyway mine works fine. It looks great in the engine compartment. I like the metal/chrome tube better than the grey plastic air tube. The one in my older Durango cracked requiring some JB Weld to hold it together.

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