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Okay, some information. I have a 2015 R/T A8. I am getting a whipple stage 2 installed. I run a Hellcat lower box, air catcher tube and a AEM drop in filter. Should I switch to something with a Cone Filter for more surface area? New Hellcat Hood with the mega expensive OEM Hellcat intake, old SRT (current T/A hood) with the ducting kit and cone filter and new open lid? Would it even clear with a Whipple? Will my box/filter flow enough air to not be a restriction? I am thinking it will be enough but just want to see what others are doing.

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F.J.
 

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Okay, some information. I have a 2015 R/T A8. I am getting a whipple stage 2 installed. I run a Hellcat lower box, air catcher tube and a AEM drop in filter. Should I switch to something with a Cone Filter for more surface area? New Hellcat Hood with the mega expensive OEM Hellcat intake, old SRT (current T/A hood) with the ducting kit and cone filter and new open lid? Would it even clear with a Whipple? Will me box/filter flow enough air to not be a restriction? I am thinking it will be enough but just want to see what others are doing.

Thanks,
F.J.
General rule of thumb I go by is if it's a stock block the stock intake is fine.

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I run a modified K&N on my Magnuson, your setup probably flows the same or more air
 
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