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Old 01-11-2017, 03:30 PM   #1
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Hey! Just joined and needing a question answered. I have 2013 ram 1500 quad. Looking to boost up HP. I have a cold air intake and flow master exhaust. Was looking at upgrading your intake manifild. Going to the 6.1 port and polished intake. Has anyone done this?

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Get a tuner and we can add some good power that way that's already there. If you want to go another route simple bolt one will get some power too.
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Simple bolt on as in? I have cat back exhaust and cold air intake.
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Hey! Just joined and needing a question answered. I have 2013 ram 1500 quad. Looking to boost up HP. I have a cold air intake and flow master exhaust. Was looking at upgrading your intake manifild. Going to the 6.1 port and polished intake. Has anyone done this?
You might do some research on using 6.1 intake manifolds on the Rams. And if you still want to use one look into using spacers to lift the manifold to clear the truck front cover.
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