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Well today is my birthday and I'm trying to figure out the next mod for my rt. I currently have slp loudmouths and a trinity tuner, and was thinking of longtubes. Some say they are worth it, others don't. How much horse power are those going to add? 25? Should I just go with hi flow cats or an offroad x? Also I was looking at the AFE stage II intake. Is the AFE worth modifying to fit my rt? Or should I just get a regular Arrington intake? I was tempted to add nitrous, but I want to hold on to the warranty a little longer. Any suggestions?
I think the only CAI for the 2011+ that made substantial gains was the Legmaker Frankentake IV. The rest are just for looks and sound. That's good you already have a tuner, you can then use the CAI tune for further gains.
I absolutely LOVE my AFE Stage II CAI, but then again I have a 2010. 2011+ would not yield as much gains. Dodge really did a great job making the stock intake flow so well on the 2011+s.
__________________ -= 2010 Dodge Challenger R/T Classic =- in Brilliant Black. STP, sunroof, tint, 430 rbz, 3.92 gears, 6 speed.
MODS: Zoomers catback exhaust AFE Stage II cold air intake Barton short throw shifter Fastman ported throttle body Diablo CMR tune by Johan Mopar strut tower brace SRT8 6.1 chin spoiler Beltronics Pro 300 radar detector Billet Technology catch can
@c26 I was doing research and most people said that the shorties would help almost as much as the longtubes, but much cheaper. Also my dad said I couldn't install longtubes on the car. So longtubes are a no go for now..
@omaha that Frankenstein intake helps more? That's surprising to me. I would have thought the afe would have been better
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I just did jba long tubes and catless mids two nights ago and what an improvement. Throttle response is up, over all power is up, sounds wild. I couldnt be happier with the increase in power and sound.
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