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anyone know the model number for the mopar cai that will fit an 07?? what is the general consensus on this modifcation? does it really make a difference in HP and sound??
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The same Mopar CAI that fits the 06 will fit the 07, unfortunately with the 07 you need to drop the transmission and install a set of chromally johnson rods and replace the old muffler bearings with silicon ones before it will fit.

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The same Mopar CAI that fits the 06 will fit the 07, unfortunately with the 07 you need to drop the transmission and install a set of chromally johnson rods and replace the old muffler bearings with silicon ones before it will fit.

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Yeah, I've heard the Johnson Rods aren't chromally.

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The same Mopar CAI that fits the 06 will fit the 07, unfortunately with the 07 you need to drop the transmission and install a set of chromally johnson rods and replace the old muffler bearings with silicon ones before it will fit.

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Re: Mopar Cold Air Intake

In the 07s (only if they were built in the February 31 batch), also require the addition of the O-Pipe (pictured below). You can find the O-Pipe along with many other essentials at: www.kalecoauto.com

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You guys are a bit much, lol.
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