When I was checking my oil catch can one time I forgot to plug in the air intake sensor. The check engine light came on so I shut the car off. I then open the hood and noticed it was unplugged and plugged it back in. When I restarted the car the check engine light was out. I don't know if in the case of a bad sensor but I did deliberatly unplug it started the car and check the intake air temperature the check engine light came on and it said the air intake temperature was -40 degrees. If your sensors bad it may say something similar
And to be fair, these Lou Holtz intake mufflers are a brilliant design. I don’t want to take anything away from the folks responsible for coming up with them. But they are truly like a modern performance muffler - they won’t add performance, but they can facilitate it by doing their job (mitigating the war cry of a Hemi at WOT) in such a fashion so as to not impede the physical waves of air passing through.
I've been through the youthful enthusiasm to change parts, essentially for it's own sake...and learned enough about restoration to appreciate the elegance frequently hidden in OEM design, that is hard to really improve. The best watchword is to clarify just what one expects to be better by the proposed change, hopefully with a certain amount of background research to avoid unintended consequences. I would say the OP has done this by identifying the need for space to add a catch can and making the effort to confirm acoustics is the driver for the muffler design, not airflow.
After seeing that Staggered wheel post I decided to pull the trigger.. Received the wheels and tires last Wednesday, got a break from work today, so I installed them this morning.
Wheels are Variant Krypton Super Black Chrome 5x115+ 20x10 front Nitto NT-555 G2 275/40/20, 20x11 rear Nitto NT-555...
moved to a state with mandatory plates on front..
-someone recommended Sto N Sho.. any experiences?
-earlier models (2014 & older) required drilling beneath the vehicle for mounting.. for 2015 and above im hearing different things.. can anyone clarify drilling necessary or not for 2016s?