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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 08-29-2018, 08:44 PM
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All of the CAI won't help may be correct, if on a stock 392 engine. But, if you do other things, then they may help depending on the CAIs ability to flow more air.

Spacers are snake oil.

Larger TB on a 392 may help, especially if combined with other changes.
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SC it..... but don't go crazy with the boost.

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The beauty of running the stock OEM Hellcat paper air filter(it fits in all 392 air boxes I believe) is that it can way out flow the 392 when clean/new, and still meets peak 392 cfm numbers even when dirty. And you get paper filtration which is the best. It is around $40 and I change it every year though, probably don’t need to do it that often...

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