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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.

Air Intake Kit for Dodge Dakota 3.7L
Air Intake Kit for 2005 and 2006 Dodge Dakota 3.7L
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.

"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 air intake 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 Warranty.

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