K&N Engineering Finds 19.12 HP for the 2004, 2005 and 2006 Dodge Ram SRT-10
Call it Dodge's flagship, or its super truck, either way the 2005 Dodge Ram
SRT-10 is targeted for the truck enthusiast. It provides SRT performance in a
pickup with room for the family and a lot of towing capacity.
The SRT's 8.3 liter Dodge Viper V-10 engine, unleashes 500 horsepower and 525
lb.-ft. of torque. K&N Engineering has developed a 57- Series Fuel Injection
Performance Kit (57-1541)
that will add 19.12 horsepower at 4867 RPM .
Fuel Injection Performance Kit for the 2004, 2005 and 2006 Dodge Ram SRT-10
"We put the biggest filter and the biggest tube we could on the Dodge Ram
SRT-10 and it
accepted the additional horsepower easily," said Bert Heck, K&N's Performance
Kit Manager. "The hardest part for our engineers was the throttle. We had to
come up with another hose to keep the tube out of the radiator. Our biggest
challenge was to take an oval opening and fit it in straight up and over to the
right. We did it and made a lot of power."
By replacing your factory air intake assembly with K&N's 57-Series FIPK your
2004, 2005 and 2006 Dodge Ram SRT -10 8.L V10 engine gets more air with less
"The SRT-10 was a hard one to get for our testing purposes because it was made
in limited quantities," said Heck. "But, Chrysler made this super truck and we
just had to make an Intake Kit for it. We managed to get the vehicles to test on
our K&N dynamometer and the horsepower gain is great."
The Generation II (57-1641)
57- Series FIPK Kit is easy to install and comes with the famous K&N Million
Mile Limited Warranty.
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