Easy to install, about 45 minutes. Removing the AIT was the most troublesome part. Owner's Manual, Section 2, Installation: Most of the photo illustrations are too dark, blacked out in fact. Thank goodness for YouTube. I noticed an immediate difference. Faster acceleration and a great sound. Too early to determine MPG advantage.
Simple upgrade that works and provides performance highly recommend
it was straight forward installation ,had a little trouble with AIT but figured it out. I like the new souund but I haven't had it long enough to know if it helped performance
more fresh cool air from outside engine compartment is a good thing and no filters to buy every 5000 miles is got to be a major improvement!
Is the filter for this intake a dry filter or does it have to be oiled?
Asked by Gibby Crew from Santa Clarita, Ca on
Hey Gibby, the Banks Power Ram-Air Intake System is a oil filter system. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from Santa Clarita, Ca on
This seems to be the more popular intake but i was leaning towards a more enclosed protected filter due to concerns of being more vulnerable to hydrolocking my engine in deep water with an open filter. Is this a valid concern for that type of wheeling or would I be no worse off than stock?
Asked by Juan Tijuana Tornado Encarnacion from Farmington NY on
Hi Juan tijuana tornado encarnaction if you are going to be wheeling alot in water i would go with a snorkel kit. If you dont go in to much water u will be fine with running the Banks Power Ram-Air Intake System. If you have any other questions feel free to ask. Thanks,
Answered by roy p ext 4928 from Farmington NY on
What is the difference between the Banks GBE41832 and GBE41837? Both are designed for my 2009 JK.
Asked by Longtime Jeeper from Piedmont NC on
Hey Longtime Jeeper, the Banks Power Ram-Air Intake System GBE41837 is designed for 2012 to 2015 Jeeps with the 3.6L. The GBE41832 is designed for the 2007 to 2011 Jeeps with the 3.8L. So, you will need to get the GBE41832. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from Piedmont NC on
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