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K&N Releases New Air Components For The 2009 Challenger 3.5L V6

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Riverside, CA, Sept. 24, 2008 - The K&N High-Flow Intake System for the 2009 Dodge Challenger 3.5L V6, increases horsepower by 11.68 hp at 6215 rpm over the stock Dodge intake configuration. To achieve such a performance increase, K&N replaces the Challenger's original intake assembly; including the air box, air filter and intake tube with an all-new intake design. The new system draws air through a K&N High-Flow Air Filter that increases airflow and dirt capacity, and never needs to be replaced. Protecting the chrome top cone-shaped air filter, and isolating it from engine heat, is a powder coated heat shield that replaces the Challenger's stock air box. As it passes the filter, air travels through a K&N Roto-Molded Polyethylene Tube that is formed and shaped, in the design phase, to drive a more laminar flow of air to the Challenger's 3.5L V6 engine.

The 63-1117 is currently available where quality performance is sold, can be installed in 90 minutes or less and is backed by the same K&N Million Mile Limited Warranty(r) as all K&N OE Replacement Air Filters.