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TA under hood box

Those with the under hood air box, have you took a closer look and modified the exit end of your flow piece? Seems the up ended lip is a restriction of flow. Perhaps a big one. Thoughts?
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What hood and Air box are you using ?
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I think that's the '09 - '10 setup that came on the Exterior Appearance Package (and on Mopar '10s) - the newer style '11 - '14 coolant tank interfered with that ducting unless some other parts were changed around.

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Correct it is the mopar 10 hood duct.
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What does the air filter box look like? I been wanting to install the 2017 to present T/A Air box in my car.
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What does the air filter box look like? I been wanting to install the 2017 to present T/A Air box in my car.
you'll likely have clearance issues - the '08 - '10s have the p/s reservoir between the airbox and coolant reservoir.

the Mopar CAI boxes are wider front to back that the earlier style airboxes.

Heres a shot of my '16 SPS (stock Mopar CAI) - the T/A version is very similar - the neck of the filter is more raised up and integrated into the air box, but dimensions are similar.

you can see the box goes right up to the reservoir - which won't work on the earlier versions that had hydraulic p/s setups.

the '11+ went to the newer style reservoir shape when the p/s system changed over to a different design
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I think, I can relocate the power steering reservoir to the inbd. side of the coolant tank. Depending on the hoses.
My hood has the provisions for the T/A Air box Part Number CAI*****
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With some fabrication. I think I can make it work. Experimental.

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I think, I can relocate the power steering reservoir to the inbd. side of the coolant tank. Depending on the hoses.
My hood has the provisions for the T/A Air box Part Number CAI*****
it will fit that '15 - '18 SRT Hood

you'll need to newer style reservoir - but that p/s reservoir will have to be relocated - there's no space in the airbox area (the CAI box is larger as is the cone filter)

you might have to get extension hoses and move the reservoir back toward the cowl, near the brake master cylinder (running the hoses alongside the a/c plumbing)
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