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I recently bought a new 2019 Dodge Challenger scat pack 6.4 no shaker , what is the best CAI I can add to car ? Thanks =]
 

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IMO, the Hellcat air box bottom and tube to the inner headlight is hard to beat.

Not expensive, and really brings in extra ambient air.
 

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Nope, all factory parts, no problem.

Luke at Steve White can set you up and has great pricing. They're a vendor here and do a great job.

Best of luck and welcome.
 
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Where can I purchase this at? And won’t I lose warranty choosing this CAI?
stever white motors is great place to buy check them out on ebay they have all the parts youll ever need there. it will run you around $180ish which is far cheaper then most decent CAI. the stock air box is far better then any open CAI system IMO. upgrade to the lower hellcat airbox with headlight tube intake. youll be pulling the air from under the car as the stock airbox does as well as from the front of your car. most CAI that aren't closed boxed pull hot engine air in and actually do a worse job. CHECK OUT RacerX and RT Life on youtube they both just posted videos about this. the stock ScatPack airtbox out preformed a shaker CAI. if you really want a true CAI look into LegMaker its a rare design but ive heard great things but id still recommend the HellCat Lower airbox upgrade with the headlight tube.
 

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The best one is the one it came with...
 

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I just picked this up. Haven't received it yet.


It combines the T/A conical air filter with the hellcat bottom box, and headlight intake tube. Pretty rad. I'm stoked.

I'll be oiling it with Green Filter (blue colored) Oil, Part # 2802.
I think those are made to rinse with water, and air dry, never any oil. Check the manual from my Shaker it says
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Shaker Hood Air Filter Cleaning
1. Remove the air filter from the intake and set the filter
clamp a side.
2. Measure the length of the filter media.
3. Fill a bucket with warm clean water to the depth
matching the filter media measurement and add a mild
household detergent or air filter cleaning solution.
4. Without allowing the solution to flow back into the
inside of the air filter, submerge the filter media in to the
water and let it soak for ten minutes.
5. Empty the bucket filled with dirty water and repeat
steps 3 and 4.
6. Refill the bucket with clean warm water and rinse the
filter by rotating the filter.
NOTE: The water should be clean with no signs of dirt in
the bucket.
7. Allow the filter to air dry. Re-install the filter on the
intake system once it is dry.
Shaker Hood Removal And Cleaning
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Yep, some folks have had warranty issues by oiling the elements.

Seems like FCA does not approve oiled elements for street use and maintaining the factory engine warranty.
 

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The filter they use here may be oiled then, differing from TA filter, because SteveWhite rep on phone confirmed it was oiled.
 

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You sure about that? It says this is all OEM parts and the rep claimed it was oiled. Let's get a verdict SteveWhite!
 

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Contact Luke at Steve White. He'll give you the verdict.
 

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I just picked this up. Haven't received it yet.


It combines the T/A conical air filter with the hellcat bottom box, and headlight intake tube. Pretty rad. I'm stoked.

I'll be oiling it with Green Filter (blue colored) Oil, Part # 2802.
That looks promising please update with a review. I’d love to get that for the shaker if it would work.
 

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I think those are made to rinse with water, and air dry, never any oil. Check the manual from my Shaker it says
"
Shaker Hood Air Filter Cleaning
1. Remove the air filter from the intake and set the filter
clamp a side.
2. Measure the length of the filter media.
3. Fill a bucket with warm clean water to the depth
matching the filter media measurement and add a mild
household detergent or air filter cleaning solution.
4. Without allowing the solution to flow back into the
inside of the air filter, submerge the filter media in to the
water and let it soak for ten minutes.
5. Empty the bucket filled with dirty water and repeat
steps 3 and 4.
6. Refill the bucket with clean warm water and rinse the
filter by rotating the filter.
NOTE: The water should be clean with no signs of dirt in
the bucket.
7. Allow the filter to air dry. Re-install the filter on the
intake system once it is dry.
Shaker Hood Removal And Cleaning
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Would this new CAI system work on the shaker you think? It has that second tube that pours air in from the shaker hood so wasn’t sure on fitting.
 

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Would this new CAI system work on the shaker you think? It has that second tube that pours air in from the shaker hood so wasn’t sure on fitting.
On my shaker, I would just but the $50 duct from the light tube to the airbox.
 
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