Thread: CAI Evaluation
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Old 07-26-2011, 10:47 PM
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Originally Posted by LV2011HEMI View Post
From what I'm gathering from this thread, other forums and people I talk to, the stock air box on my 2011 HEMI is excellent and there's no need to change it. However, the ribbed tube is definitely an issue. My question is, do they make an aftermarket "smooth" replacement tube? If not, would a throttle body spacer be a good way to re-allign the air flow out if the ribbed tube and into the engine???
If you find an after-market tube, let us ALL know.

As for the spacer, do a search on the forum and you'll find a large amount of people saying don't waster your money.
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