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I put a KnN drop in filter in mine, is there a fix/swap for the ribbed tube going to intake? thanks
I've heard the dealer parts folks can get a tube, but I have not checked yet. I don't see that ribbed tube as causing all that much of an issue given the type of driving I do.
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How about a single in, dual outlet muffler? They work pretty good and you won't lose any low end torque. That will use all of your existing system back to the muffler. Then new tailpipes would be added (bent at your local muffler shop) for that dual look in the back.

I would recommend a Magnaflow muffler. Great sound, good warranty, decent price. Gibson would be another good choice.

I prefer the closed box style CAI's, such as the Volant or AFE units. They hook up to the stock cold air inlet on the inner fender for a true cold air feed.

Any system will have clamps and rubber elbows. They are needed because the motor moves and will crack or bend a solid system fastened at one end and at the engine end.

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New Ram's have a C.A.I. from the factory.
I added a K&N to mine and I'll change the tube if I can find one.
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The stock CAI is good enough like metioned, and the ribbed hose I don't think will make that much difference unless your racing and have a blower maybe. But for everyday use a drop in filter should be fine.
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The airaid is the CAI i am running, but it uses the same air inlet as the stock dodge one with an open top (but seals with the hood so no hot air from the engine compartment can get in), i don't know about the volant but with the airaid one sure makes the truck bark when you hit the gas. Has also made it loud enough when i step on it to not want to change the muffler as well.
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Looks like Magnaflow came out with what the member was asking about last year...
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I have the factory system off of my 2011 soort with 600 miles on it I am looking to sell. I also am willing to ship it.
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I have the dual exhaust system off of my 2011 sport that I am looking to sell. With 600 miles on it.
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check the FLOWMASTER website they have a single to dual kit that can exit out of the back or out of the sides behind the rear wheels. i think gibson also makes that type of kit.
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I had another idea over the weekend. Why not see if any of you folks out there pulling your factory systems off would be willing to "part" with your stock 1 in/ 2 out dual exhaust muffler? Getting that plus the associated mandrel-bent factory pipes would allow my local muffler shop to adapt it onto my truck without too much fuss. I would want also the stock single pipe out to right side with its small resonator muffler. I would have it cut up enough by the shop to invert it and use it on the left side to mirror image the existing stock right side. The result would be a nice upgrade over stock but still rather quiet compared to aftermarket. I actually like the stock sound with the single 3" main pipe, but I want dual outlets and perhaps a bit less restriction with not much more noise. The motor makes very nice sounds winding up even through that stock system! I have other cars that make plenty of loud power so the truck can stay a bit on the quieter side and I will be OK with it.
I also have a stock exhaust that will be up also
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