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Airaid wins hands down they have a lifetime warranty on all parts included in the kit and that is without a proof of purchase. I can't wait until they have a new design for the 392.
 

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Thanks for the compliment :), with any CAI it helps the car breathe so that is always a good thing. You see might see a slight gain, but nothing spectacular.
 

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I tried both and they are good. I have AirAid in my charger srt8, and then I installed Mopar CAI in my challnger srt8. IMO, Mopar looks better with the aluminum tube and Mopar logo! in terms of HP I think it slightly over 5HP according to some folks here who really dynoed their rides with and without CAI.
 

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Also, with the MOPAR CAI, you may get less hassels from the dealer if you bring your car in for any type of engine work.

Here is a photo of my CAI.
 

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We sell and have installed AirAid intakes here at the shop, so those are what I would prefer out of the two. Yes they will help out slightly on upping the power, it will usually net you around 5 HP (I think they are advertised as 5-7 HP).

I think we actually have a thread going on our AirAid intakes if you want to check it out. We have them at some great prices right now and they are very nice systems. Feel free to PM, call or email us with any questions, or to get special pricing that we can't post on here. Good luck!

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Thanks guys I do like the looks of the mopar better however the airaid looks like it can handle more air.
 
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