Add Additional Power to 2005 and 2006 Dodge Dakota V8 with K&N Air Intake
The 2005 Dodge Dakota is competing in a market where large pickups maintain the
status quo and compact versions continue to grow.
The midsize Dakota pickup comes in a choice of three
engines and has gained nearly 4 inches in length and almost 3 inches in width.
The new design provides a balance between safety and maneuverability. Dakota
extends its bumpers in the front and rear for protection in case of low-speed
Air Intake for 2005 and 2006 Dodge Dakota
K&N Engineering has developed a 57-Series Fuel Injection Performance Kit (57-1546)
that will add 9 + horsepower with this rotationally molded polyethylene air intake.
K&N's dynamometer chart shows a 9.17 horsepower gain at 4524 RPM for the 2005 and 2006
Dodge Dakota 4.7L V8.
"There is a big opening where the factory air box was," said K&N Performance Kit
Manger Bert Heck. "We can run the biggest filter possible on this Intake."
The FIPK (57-1546)
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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