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AIRAID® Cold Air Dam Intake for 07-11 Jeep® Wrangler & Wrangler Unlimited JK with 3.8L V6 Engine

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Catalog #: 17008.105
AIRAID® Part #: 310-208
Description
New for the 2007+ Wrangler is Airaid's new cold air intake for the 3.8L engine. This system features a full length intake tube that draws through a totally redesigned Cool Air Dam. This combination yields an additional 24 lbs/ft of torque (at low rpm) and an additional 14 Horsepower, a plus for all off-road enthusiasts. Intakes are designed to isolate the heat of the engine away from the air inlet, taking advantage of the dense cool air from outside the engine compartment.
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Don't forget the Airaid Filter Tune-up Kit is essential for keeping the AIRAID® Cold Air Dam Intake clean and free of debris to keep maximum air flow into your engine.
Details

Jeep's next generation Wranglers, code named the JK, is all new from the ground up. For `07 and the first time in Jeep® history, the Wrangler will be available in a 4-door model as well as the classic two-door version. Each retains its Trail Rated heritage, utilizing Dana solid axles front and rear with two available Jeep® four-wheel-drive systems.

However, what's new for `07, besides the obvious styling and model changes, is an all new powerplant under the hood. For 2007, a 3.8-liter V6 replaces the venerable 4.0-liter six cylinder which has been offered in the Jeep® vehicle lineup for years.

Living up to our reputation of being first to market with products that make horsepower and torque, AIRAID Premium Filter Company has found a way to unleash more of the 3.8-liter's hidden horsepower and torque with the development of a new Cool Air Dam intake for the `07 Wranglers which includes the Rubicon and Unlimited models as well.

AIRAID's Cool Air Dam system for the 3.8-liter JK features a full-length intake tube and a computer-designed Cool Air Dam which is designed to isolate engine heat away from the air inlet. The heart of the system is AIRAID's Premium SynthaFlow™ filter that allows for both maximum air flow and superior filtration, down to 2 microns, at no extra cost.

The new AIRAID `07 Jeep® Wrangler Cool Air Dam System dramatically improves engine breathing and throttle response. On the chassis dyno, the system also generated an additional 14 horsepower and 24 lb/ft of torque at the rear wheels.

    SynthaFlow™ Filtration
  • From the innovator of composite filter construction
  • Filters down to two microns
  • SynthaFlow Layer keeps inlet tube oil free
  • Premium Filtration at no extra cost!

    Computer Designed Inlet Tube
  • Delivers more power in the low to mid-range than mandrel-bent designs
  • Seals Hot Air out from the back of the filter for Maximum Power.
    AIRAID Cool Air Dam Design
  • Keeps hot air out and cool air in
  • Perfect Fit Every Time
  • Durable powder-coated finish

An AIRAID® Cold Air Dam Intake is the ultimate intake system combination when teamed up with our exclusive POWERAID® Throttle Body Spacer.

Installation Notes
Installation Difficulty:
Level 2Intermediate

Tools Needed:
5/16", 10mm Socket
Ratchet & Extension
Phillips Screwdriver
5/32", 7/32" Allen Wrench
7/16" Wrench

Parts Included

Airaid Premium Filter
Airaid Intake Tube
MAF Panel
Bottom Panel
Reducing Hump Hose
20" Weather Strip
Hardware & Instructions

  • Engine Size: 3.8L V-6
  • Engine Fuel: Gasoline
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