Add 6.14 HP to Mitsubishi Raider and Dodge Dakota with Polished K&N Air Intake System
The Mitsubishi Raider has aggressive styling and is the brand’s only pickup truck.
However, under the Raider’s eye-catching fenders is essentially a midsize Dodge Dakota pickup. Both have good towing capacity and handle well on the road.
K&N has designed a new polished aluminum high flow air intake system (77-1558KP) for the
3.7 liter engines of the 2008 Dodge Dakota, the 2007 Dodge Dakota, the 2008 Mitsubishi Raider, and the 2007 Mitsubishi Raider.
K&N's 77-1558KP air intake system for 2008, 2007 Mitsubishi Raider with a 3.7 liter engine and 2008, 2007 Dodge Dakota with a 3.7 liter engine
K&N performance air intake system 77-1558KP installed on a Mitsubishi Raider pickup
Dyno chart for 2007 Mitsubishi Raider with a 3.7 liter V6 engine
Dynamometer tests show a 6.14 horsepower gain at 4200 RPM. K&N’s air intake
design has lower restriction than the factory air box system. K&N removed the
intake plenum to help smooth the air entering the throttle body.
The 77-1558KP uses a conical shaped chrome top high flow air filter (RF-1048), and a powder coated heat shield in place of the vehicle’s stock airbox.
The extra large heat shield directs incoming fresh air from the factory air
inlet into the air filter, isolates the K&N air filter from the engine
compartment and allows it to receive a consistent flow of fresh air.
The washable and reusable K&N air filter can perform for up to 100,000 miles before service is required.
Installation can be performed in 90 minutes or less.
This air intake provides excellent air filtration and a power gain you can feel
77-1558KP is also backed by K&N’s Million Mile Limited Warranty.
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