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Hemi Charger SRT8 Cool Air Intake From AIRAID

Thursday, January 24, 2008 - 01:00
LOS ANGELES - The American Muscle Car is alive and well again thanks to Chrysler's SRT8 lineup of high-horsepower sedans. Leading the pack is the Dodge Charger SRT8, which boasts a 425-horsepower, 6.1-liter Hemi. The car has all the hallmarks of the classic muscle car: cool looks, a performance suspension, 20-inch five-spoke wheels, and fully functional hood scoop.

With years of Hemi power-tuning experience on both the Dodge Ram pickups and LX-series sedans, AIRAID Filter Company has taken Hemi air-flow management to the next level by developing an all-new Cool Air Dam (CAD) system specifically for the Dodge Charger SRT8. AIRAID's newest SRT8 Intake System takes advantage of the cool, outside air that the Dodge Charger SRT8 hood scoop provides and feeds it directly to a computer-designed Cool Air Dam for more horsepower and torque.

AIRAID's newest CAD system deep breathes through a huge 1600-cfm AIRAID Premium Synthaflow Filter for maximum air flow, improved throttle response and maximum filtration. The system also features a trick-looking roto-molded Modular Intake Tube which also improves air flow over stock.

The heart of AIRAID's newest Cool Air Dam system is a washable and re-usable AIRAID Premium Filter featuring AIRAID's exclusive SynthaFlow material. AIRAID SynthaFlow Premium Filters are a specially-blended combination of gauze and synthetic layers that consistently filter down to two microns, providing superior filtration at no extra cost. The filters are also hand-poured with urethane instead of rubber to prevent cracking and shrinkage.

AIRAID's latest Hemi intake completely replaces the stock intake setup and can be installed in less than an hour utilizing ordinary hand tools. And as is the case with all AIRAID intake systems, the new Hemi CAD System features AIRAID's No-Hassle Warranty.

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