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    I just purchased a 2016 JK 350 and I'm thinking about a exhaust and cold air system. Does anyone have any experience with the Banks stinger kit?Click image for larger version

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    I have heard good things about Banks exhaust. However if I had to offer a suggestion, a true cold air intake is not available for a JK due to design. Typically a CAI would go into a wheel well and have a heat shield so it is away from the hot engine bay. We don't have that option with JKs due to vehicle design. A CAI on a JK is usually a larger, less restrictive filter and a chrome tube but still extracting air from the same location as before. An AEV Snorkel would allow your JK to pull in cooler and potentially cleaner air (with optional pre-filter) from outside the engine bay. They also are a head turner mod
    Last edited by AEV Chris; 08-16-2016, 01:43 PM.
    Chris Holt
    Marketing Associate, AEV
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    cholt@aev-conversions.com

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    • #3
      My plan is to add the snorkel being it adds an distinctive look and functionality.


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      • #4
        I have the exhaust/intake from Banks and love it! Not too loud and a good mellow tone which lessens at highway speed. Didn't hurt mileage and may have gained a touch in that respect. When you go full throttle it gets pretty crazy and I think that's because of the venting in the heat reduction hood...
        From my standpoint was worthy dollars spent..

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        • #5
          Thank you for the input.


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          • #6
            BTW sweet jeep!

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            • #7
              Thank you. I bought it in Costa Mesa. I need to add snorkel, fuel caddy, rear light and a few other parts. I'm going to keep everything AEV and I'm loving it. Can't wait to take it out for an adventure.


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              • #8
                I installed a high tuck ARF driver side exhaust with and Airraid cold air intake with the AEV snorkel and love it filter box and AEV snorkel goes together almost like factory set-up better sound more HP etc.

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                • #9
                  Forget a CAI on a wrangler unless you want to hydro lock next time you cross a mild stream or mud hole......
                  If you search around on the WWW you'll quickly forget that bad idea!
                  Stone White 2012 JK SWB 2.8 Diesel, Pintlers w/beadlock, Cooper ST Maxx 285*70r17, Premium bumper w/un-winchplate, XT dualsport 2.5 lift, drake hold downs...procal in glovebox

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