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Old 11-15-2009, 03:04 AM
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92 12V cold air intake

I've looked around a lot and can't find a cold air intake that will fit a 92 Dodge Cummins. They are available for later 12V engines, has anyone used one on a 92 or know of where you can get one in Canada? Whenever I talk to a parts guy about this they look at me like this.... Thanks...
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My understanding is that there is not a lot of bolt on performance parts for the first gen Dodge CTDs. IIRC there is no cold air available for it, the other first gen owners custom make theirs, Bryson would know a little better than me.

From what I remember most performance stuff for the first gens is either Cummins specific parts (parts for the 6BT in general not for the "Dodge CTD" specifically), or are modified second gen parts.
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search cummins BHAF on google, its a filter people use thats off of a bigger cummins motor. its a do it yourself cold air system.
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my brother has a first gen dodge and has a cold air intake, up graded injectors and an exhaust system.
cant rember what brands they are. will post that later.
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My understanding is that there is not a lot of bolt on performance parts for the first gen Dodge CTDs. IIRC there is no cold air available for it, the other first gen owners custom make theirs, Bryson would know a little better than me.

From what I remember most performance stuff for the first gens is either Cummins specific parts (parts for the 6BT in general not for the "Dodge CTD" specifically), or are modified second gen parts.

Thanks Mikey....might try this pic_2_.jpg Think it would help a little, not looking for much. I put one on the Rubi and it really smartened it up.

Foes, I seen that one, not really a cold air intake just a big damn filter.

Rebel, if you got a brand name for the cold air that would be great.

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Old 11-16-2009, 09:39 AM
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here's one joe


http://www.iceboxintakes.com/cold-ai...en-1/index.php

http://www.pdrdiesel.com/products/AS...er-604-37.html


let me know if ya want me to make some calls for ya


here's the second one pdr is just accross the river bro
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Old 11-16-2009, 09:51 AM
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Big Brother man You rock Mine's a 92 intercooled so that PDR one would be cool. So yessir if you can find out about one for me that would be most awesome B! Thanks brother
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Joe, go buy some silicone connectors and rebuild the stock pipe. Hack the hell outta that stock intake box. If you want to make a true cold air intake I took 3" vent ducting and ran it to the front of the truck in various spots, dumping straight cold air on to the intake. Keeps under hood temps down and decreases pre-turbo air intake temp greatly!! super cheap too!!
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Joe, go buy some silicone connectors and rebuild the stock pipe. Hack the hell outta that stock intake box. If you want to make a true cold air intake I took 3" vent ducting and ran it to the front of the truck in various spots, dumping straight cold air on to the intake. Keeps under hood temps down and decreases pre-turbo air intake temp greatly!! super cheap too!!
Thanks, I got the PDR one coming from JTC. What you are describing sounds good too. I don't have any overheating problems, had the cover on the front of my grille for at least a month now, starts to get warm about the time I arrive home from work .
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keep in mind the PDR one has an open style filter so it will start breathing in the warm temps from the turbo. That style intake with a custom cooler box would work really well. Thats why the stock air box works good cause you can hack it so it only pulls air from behind the headlight (one of the coldest spots) instead of sucking up warm air from the turbo.
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So I should build a sheet metal air box or put the PDR inside the stock airbox? Which would work best ya think?
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I have heard that oil impregnated filters give diesels a problem.
Can't remember why, but i read it someplace. (such as K&N)

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K&N style filters are only good up to a certain psi, once you start cranking up some boost it will get sucked in to the turbo from restrictive air flow. Regular BHAF from Fleetguard is the best style of filter.

I would build a sheet box to go around it and leave the fender side and headlight side open so it grabs the cold air from the front of the truck. Eventhough your coolant is not warm and the truck isn't "warmed" up. That turbo is still generating a shwack load of heat if your in to the boost at all.
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First, Good guys at Pierce.
Second, My truck came with a K&N filter but it leaned the truck out something bad, I went back to a paper filter and all is good now.
Would like to get air from outside somehow, That would be nice.


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I took a 4 inch cone filter, a chunk of 4 inch exhaust pipe and a length of that reinforced rubber hose, clamped them all together with hose clamps, onto the end of the turbo and fed it into the old airbox to draw cold air in under the fender. Works pretty well, sure makes the turbo louder.
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