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AFE54-10242 aFe Power MagnumFORCE Stage-2 Cold Air Intake - 50-State Legal, Direct Fit

Part #: A155410242 | Mfr #: 54-10242

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  • Series: aFe Power MagnumFORCE Stage-2
  • Emissions: 50-State Legal
  • Product Fit: Direct Fit
  • Quantity Sold: Assembly
  • Tube Material: Plastic
  • Tube Color/Finish: Black
  • Air Filter Material: Cotton Gauze
  • Air Filter Type: Oiled
  • Advertised Power Gains: Up to 19 h.p. and 25 lbs.-ft. of torque; Up to 73% increase in airflow
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 Business Days
  • EO Number: D-550-14
  • Notes: CARB E.O. #D-550-14; Includes aFe Pro 5R Air Filter
  • Warranty: 2-year AFE limited warranty

Product reviews

this product works! by LordKantuteroTikol, October 10, 2010

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I've got one of these AFE Stage 2 Cold Air Intake installed on my 2006 Jeep Commander Overland with the 5.7L HEMI V8. It improves my SUV's performance a great deal! Ended up paying a complete performance dyno & it gained 18 horsepower & 23 pounds per foot of torque just by adding this awesome mo'fo' product! What a difference! I highly recommend AFE's intake system. Next thing I'm going to check is possible gain in mpg.

aFe intake by kmax, March 2, 2010

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I installed this system on an '06 Jeep Commander with the 5.7 hemi. The system installed quickly (about half an hour taking my time) and fit well. The only snag was installing the factory intake air temp sensor into the new grommet/intake tube as it's a tight fit and the sensor is delicate. But persistence paid off and I didn't break the sensor. The intake noise is quiet until getting into the throttle, then it's much louder than stock. As to seat of the pants performance - throttle response seems a bit better but it's hard to tell otherwise with a heavy, un-aerodynamic vehicle.