Injen CAI for Dodge Dart 1.4 Turbo

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Dodge Dart 1.4l Waste Gate Adjustment
Experiencing the dreaded P0299 Under-Boost Code in your 1.4L Dodge Dart? Have bad turbo surge, under rated MPG, or just no low RPM power? Your waste gate in your dart may not be properly adjusted! Its a simple fix that takes 15 minutes, only requiring a 10mm socket, 10mm wrench, 13mm socket, a small flat head and some WD40. After you do the adjustment, you need to drive around 70 miles and do 6-10 WOT pulls and the ECM will adjust to the new Boost! Its a shame Dodge is replacing turbos over this small issue and the difference it makes is astounding! Comment below on how the fix helped you, and don't forget to like and subscribe! All credit to the fix goes to Tork Motorsports, the premier dart tuner and only company that has ACTUAL dart tunes!

2013 Dodge Dart 1.4L turbo
Air intake and Plasti dip

2013 dodge dart intake install and startup
Real quick rundown on the install and a startup clip. Injen offers a cold air intake setup as well as a short ram system. Both of these options are available whne you but the system. Unless you really think that that "cold air" setup produces more power than the short ram, theres no reason to install that setup. For the cold air setup, you have to remove the entire from fascia, and if you are trying to do this on your own, I would not recommend doing that, being as its a brand new car and still under warranty. Not to mention its a pain in the ass. The kit comes with everything you need, and is really easy to do for the short ram setup. Literally took about 15 minutes. After the install, the BOV is soooo much louder, and you can hear the turbo spooling better too. Overall I'm pretty well satisfied with the system and the ease of the install.

K&N Air Intake Installation for 2013 & 2014 Dodge Dart, 1.4L
The K&N 69-2548TS performance air intake system was designed for 2013-2014 Dodge Dart models with a 1.4 liter turbo engine. This intake system created an estimated gain of 7.3 horsepower at 4,467 RPM and 8.6 lb. ft. of torque at 4,300 RPM when tested on the K&N dynamometer.