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We currently have in stock the Caliber front strut bar, cold air intakes, cat-back exhaust kits, and headers. These are the Newest parts to the Mopar Performance parts lineup.


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Alright!!!! Now how about some pricing information?
 

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Alright! Who's it gonna be? The first to put one of those on their Caliber that is.:D



Any idea of when lowering kits will be available too?:D
 

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P5153564 Cat-Back Exhaust System $630.56

P5153566 Tubular Exhaust Header $284.54

p5153572 Cold Air Intake $292.61


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So for a complete intake exhaust make over from mopar it will run about 1207.71$ not including sales tax and shipping. Not to bad but any information on gains from these parts?
 

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Fuzz 40 said:
So for a complete intake exhaust make over from mopar it will run about 1207.71$ not including sales tax and shipping. Not to bad but any information on gains from these parts?
Mopar Performance states that the headers,CAI and cat-back system used together will net you 10hp gain at the front wheels.
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Mopar Performance states that the headers,CAI and cat-back system used together will net you 10hp gain at the front wheels.
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Do they have different dyno results for the different models because I am sure the R/T will benfit more from those parts since it has a bigger engine but at the same time it has lots of AWD powertrain loss. So if anyone could find some dyno results that would be amazing.
 

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Mopar Performance states that the headers,CAI and cat-back system used together will net you 10hp gain at the front wheels.
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Wow, that's really low. I can't believe that they expect to only get 10HP from CAI/headers/catback. What engine size is that for though?

I would expect 10HP from CAI/catback, maybe 8 or 9, but headers should add at least 10HP by themselves, if they're done right.

Then again, it's not always peak HP that creates performance. If these parts create significantly more power throughout the power band, they might be great add-ons. Only the dyno will tell...
 

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You could push the SXT to the R/T's level with only three bolt-ons. :eek: Nice.

Combine that with the consistant powerband accleration with the CVT and the Caliber could be a favorite among the tuner crowd. :)
 

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You could push the SXT to the R/T's level with only three bolt-ons. :eek: Nice.

Combine that with the consistant powerband accleration with the CVT and the Caliber could be a favorite among the tuner crowd. :)
That means you could get close to 185-190HP with bolt-ons for the R/T. That will be a pretty solid performer and may be better with just FWD for those that don't want AWD. This is only if these parts are available for all three world engines.
 

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Well, we have been trying to find out exactly what engines these fit. All we know is that they told us all Calibers. The Header states FWD only though, so we are left with our hands in the air. No specific listing information, and nobody can give us a direct answer. Rest assured, we have our shovels and pick axes, and we are digging deep into it.
 

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Wow, that's really low. I can't believe that they expect to only get 10HP from CAI/headers/catback. What engine size is that for though?

I would expect 10HP from CAI/catback, maybe 8 or 9, but headers should add at least 10HP by themselves, if they're done right.

Then again, it's not always peak HP that creates performance. If these parts create significantly more power throughout the power band, they might be great add-ons. Only the dyno will tell...
You have to start with lots of hp to get good gains and that's not the case here. A CAI, because it sucks hot engine air, will give you 2-3 hp and you'll probably lose some torque. A catback exhaust will give you maybe a couple of hp and the header maybe 5 hp. You will feel the power in the low to mid range. You have to go internal if you want to up the power in a n/a engine.
 
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