S&B Cold Air Intake for your 2003-2008 Ram 5.7L
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  • S&B Cold Air Intake Kits
  • Available in Cotton Filters:

  • S&B 75-5040
    8-Layer Cotton Air Filter

    For Maximum Protection.

  • S&B 75-5040D
    Dry-Flow Disposable

    For Dry-Flo Convenience.

S&B Filters Cold-air Kit with


(8-Layer Cotton Air Filter)


Vehicle:
2003-2008 Dodge
Ram 5.7L HEMI


Features:

  • Flows 55.2% Better than OEM Intake
  • 99.81% Efficient @ 653 CFM
  • (ISO Course Dust)
  • All Installation Hardware
  • 50 State Legal
  • CARB EO: D-590-8

S&B Filters Cold-air Kit with


(Dry Disposable Filter)


Vehicle:
2003-2008 Dodge
Ram 5.7L HEMI


Features:

  • Flows 54.2% Better than OEM Intake
  • 99.81% Efficient @ 653 CFM
  • (ISO Course Dust)
  • All Installation Hardware
  • 50 State Legal
  • CARB EO: D-590-8

Replacement Filter for above S&B C.A.I


(8-Layer Cotton Air Filter)


Replacement Filter for above S&B C.A.I


(Dry filter)


Filter Wrap for above S&B C.A.I


Should you purchase an S&B Intake with a Dry Disposable filter or the 8-layer Cotton Filter?

Since you are not sacrificing performance with either choice, the decision comes down to would you rather throw away or clean the filter.


Have you always wanted a filter you could just throw away without sacrificing the safety and performance of a cotton filter?

S&B's Dry Filter is the answer! Only S&B Dry Disposable offer comparable Airflow to Cotton Filters with the same Great Protection, and last for up to 30,000 miles of highway driving.


OK enough about your air filter choice let's talk about the cold-air kit, and why you engine needs a cold-air kit?

An engine is often compared to an air pump in that air is ingested, burned and exhausted. Well, human beings function anatomically much the same way. You inhale air, it enriches your lifeblood and then you breathe out the spent air (now carbon dioxide). Like you, if you restrict airflow to the engine it will struggle to perform at maximum capacity. Likewise, hot air is less effective than cool due to the density and oxygen content difference. Thus, plenty of cool, dense air promotes maximum performance from your engine as well as, uh, the engine inside of you.