Add Horsepower and Looks to the Dakota with K&N's FIPK
The Dodge Dakota was introduced in 1987 with a different pickup design. Neither
full-size, nor compact Dakota measured in-between. Dakota is larger than its
predecessor in the 2005 model gaining nearly 4 inches in length and almost 3
inches in width.
K&N Engineering developed a 57-Series Fuel Injection Performance Kit (57-1547)
that will add 8 + horsepower. K&N's dynamometer chart shows 8.68 horsepower gain
at 4749 RPM on the 2005 and 2006 Dodge Dakota 3.7 liter V6.
Air Intake Kit for 2005 and 2006 Dodge Dakota 3.7L
"This was a new body style change with the Dakota," said K&N Performance Kit
Manager Bert Heck. "We tried a lot of different designs and made a really cool
designer intake. Function and looks are two major factors, the first thing you
want is function and the second thing is good looks, a cool factor. We were able
to do both with this FIPK."
The FIPK uses K&N's high-flow, washable and reusable air filter (RF-1048)
which performs up to 100,000 miles before service is required (depending on
driving conditions). FIPK's also come with the famous Million Mile Limited
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