Red Intake

The CFM+ Red Intake Manifold is for use on 1994-1998 5.9L Dodge Cummins.

How an intake manifold works

An engine intake manifold attaches to the top of the vehicles engine and consists of a series of long, threaded bolts, that provide for a solid attachment. An intake manifold serves as the structural base for your trucks fuel-induction system consisting of the carburetor and fuel-injection system. Intake manifolds deliver air tight seals within the engine. For performance and most diesel vehicles the intake manifold is constructed out of durable steel.

Manufactured using the most innovative design and testing programs

CFM+ are the manufacturers of the worlds most innovative intake manifolds! They will provide you with the highest and coolest airflow you can get for your engine. Red Intake Manifolds are engineered using the latest in design, testing and programming software. These are no doubt some of the best performance intake manifolds around. Their high temp materials can withstand extreme heat insulating the cooled air from your intercooler from engine heat under the hood. This equates to more power, lower EGT’s, and and better fuel economy.

Just what you wanted-higher horsepower and lower fuel costs

With the CFM+ Red Intake Manifold you can expect around 57% HP and your exhaust gas temps can be lowered to around 50-70% equating to 5-7%  savings in fuel.

Give us a call at 714-848-2170 M-F from 8-5 PST – We will answer your questions regarding the CFM+ Red Intake Manifold. Ask about Free Shipping!

Live locally? We install CFM+ Red Intake Manifolds! Feel free to stop by our location and meet us! OC DIESEL, INC. is located at 17242 Gothard Street, Huntington Beach, CA 92647 Suites A and B. We have a full service shop staffed with knowledgeable technicians who are ready to squash any Diesel Repair issues.

The Diesel Performance Experts

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