Not sure which 2009 Dodge Challenger Cold Air Intakes are right for you? We have over 18563 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"I could really tell the difference in horsepower after I installed the air intake." —Reggie W from Memphis, TN bought a K&N 63 Series AirCharger High-Flow Intake Kit for a 2009 Dodge Challenger, 5.7L Hemi.
"The directions are written as if you have done this before, which I have not. It wasn't difficult, but better instructions would have made a 1 1/2 hour project cut in half." —Edward F from Philadelphia, PA bought a K&N 57 Series FIPK Air Intake (Fuel Injection Performance Kit) for a 2009 Dodge Challenger, 5.7L Hemi.
"Excellent product. Sounds amazing and adds some real umph. Installation had a problem with mountint the gaurd, but everything else is awesome." —Matthew G from Richmond, VA bought a K&N 63 Series AirCharger High-Flow Intake Kit for a 2009 Dodge Challenger, 5.7L Hemi.
"This is my second AirRaid unit. I have one on my 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser and have had it on there for 7 years. I noticed an instant throttle response when I installed my AirRaid CAI on my 2009 Dodge Challenger SE, took a bit to actually hear a difference. Not that its "breaking in" it sounds great and you can feel the difference. A great investment!" —Steven F from Ashland, KY bought an Airaid Intake System for a 2009 Dodge Challenger, 3.5L V6.
"Shipped in timely manner and as advertised. This is the second 63 Series I have purchased and am satisfied with both. As I have read in other reviews, pay careful attention to the expanded instructions to make the installation go smoother. With the addition of the CAI and Predator tuner my Challenger R/T really rocks!" —Dan L from Oro Valley, AZ bought a K&N 63 Series AirCharger High-Flow Intake Kit for a 2009 Dodge Challenger, 5.7L Hemi.
"I just installed this system on my 09' callenger. Installation was fairly simple, just had a few minor issues with alignment of the intake tube itself. After a small tweak of the bracket things were fine. Overall things went smooth. Upon first drive with the kit more power was noticeable immediately. Have not driven it enough to know about any mpg gains." —David S from Arlington, MN bought a K&N 57 Series FIPK Air Intake (Fuel Injection Performance Kit) for a 2009 Dodge Challenger.
"My friends put my cold air intake in and they couldn't believe how quick (20 minutes) it was to install. I am impressed with My new Afe intake. Love it. Thank you." —Matt M from Kennewick, WA bought an aFe Cold Air Intakes for a 2009 Dodge Challenger.
"i have many k&n filter systems on my collection of high end rare cars.
the system i ordered for my 09 challenger r/t 5.7 hemi, was not designed for this particular model and caused me much aggravation while installing it.
the instructions were for other dodge products not this one.
k&n and autoanything were very helpful in resolving these problems, but i should never had to go through all the extra expense and time to acheive my goal." —Sam M from Manahawkin, NJ bought a K&N 63 Series AirCharger High-Flow Intake Kit for a 2009 Dodge Challenger, 5.7L Hemi.
"The K&N AirCharger system arrived packed well and with all components. I always check over the parts list before starting to install or build anything. The instructions were easy enough to follow and I really didn't have to make any inference or guess about how the system gets installed. The fit and quality of parts was good. This unit was being installed on my new Dodge Challenger 3.5 liter engine with less than 500 miles on it.
The only irritating part of the process was associated with putting the edge trim rubber gasket around the heat shield. While not technically difficult, it took a bit of push to get everything secure. It did go on and will stay on, that I am sure of. The unit was in place in about an hour. K&N supplied dynamometer data on their WEB site showing a reasonable performance increase. Doing general driving testing, and after the PCM adjusted for the air volume, the car behaved quite nicely. K&N makes a strong point of using molded plastic for the air pipe in this 63 Series unit. On this engine I agree with their argument, as there was a nice smooth transition from the throttle body diameter to the larger filter air intake. I always wonder if these SEMA components are worth the price I pay for them, but K&N did live up to all their claims. This is a good product that I am satisfied with. A week later I changed the rear valence and installed a cat-back dual exhaust. This was inspired more for appearance than performance, but the combination of the K&N AirCharger and cat-back exhaust really work well together.
The V6 small block 3.5 liter Challenger has a 3.66 rear end and is red lined at 6500 RPM. It likes air and the K&N is more than willing to supply it.
Doc. John" —John G from Aurora, IL bought a K&N 63 Series AirCharger High-Flow Intake Kit for a 2009 Dodge Challenger, 3.5L V6.
"Look at it thought it was going to be hard to install but step by step directions were easy to follow took 35 minutes to install.over all the power it product was incredible didn't think it would make that much diffence but it was amazing" —James M from Mountain View, MO bought a K&N 57 Series FIPK Air Intake (Fuel Injection Performance Kit) for a 2009 Dodge Challenger.
"Instant torch and a little more pep. After research on all of them I feel I made the best choice." —Christ F from Petaluma, CA bought an Airaid Intake System for a 2009 Dodge Challenger, SRT-8, 6.1L Hemi.