Finally got the K&N installed. It sounds great and the tires chirped going into second with the 20s. Its late so I'll write more at another time.
ChargerOsix said:The only way a modification can void the warranty is if the part can be proven to have caused the specific problem with the car. Plus Mopar offers its own intakes for the Charger/Magnum/300.
As for the noise difference, the best way I can describe it is that the engine now has a mean growl. I'll be getting the Borla exhaust in a few months. Thinking of going with the system with the quiet note so the headers can make up the difference later. :yes:
adaptabl said:K&N's are like not running a filter. They allow big pieces of dirt in the engine and promote early engine wear. Hope its a lease or you plan to flip it early in its life. I bet the Mopar version has a better filter than the K&N. Good luck if you have any problems.
k&n filters work great on old school carb engines, the problem on these newer engines is they are sequential point fuel injected. The oil that is sprayed on the filter will begin to accumulate on the throttle plate and IAC. K&N uses larger gaps in the filter media to promote better air flow and the oil is used to trap larger dirt, WHICH DOESN'T ALWAYS WORK!T/A Rumbler said:That is a load of crap, What are you basing that research on? K&N filters are much better than stock filters and they do not let big pieces of dirt in the engine or promote early engine wear. If you had ever installed one, you would know that.