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Corsa Closed Box Cold Air Intake with Donaldson PowerCore Dry Filter (11-20 5.7L HEMI)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Hey guys. Adam here with Today we're taking a closer look at and of course installing the Corsa PowerCore Closed Box Cold Air Intake, available for the 2011 and newer 5.7 HEMI equipped Challengers. Check this out if you're looking to ditch your factory airbox for a cold air intake from the aftermarket world that is more on the premium side of the spectrum. This particular option boasts a big horsepower and torque gain over your factory airbox, as well as a better throttle response and acceleration, as well as just making your engine breath a whole lot better. You're switching out from that factory flat paper element filter to an extremely unique aftermarket option. This is a very uniquely shaped, uniquely built custom air filter. It's a dry filter. Therefore, it does not require as much maintenance as an oiled option and it's gonna do a lot better for long-lasting life. This actually, as a matter of fact, lasts up to 150,000 miles as Corsa lets us know. This is a Donaldson PowerCore G2 Ultra-Web Nanofiber Filter Technology. It's got uniquely shaped channels to make sure it's maximizing airflow as well as trapping all of the dirt, dust and air particles that you don't want making its way into the engine bay, robbing you of some power, all gonna get trapped up in this unique shaped air filter. The big thing about this particular option is it's no maintenance required. You do not need to pop this off every thousand miles or so to clean it, throw it back in, re-oil it, none of that nonsense. You leave it on, forget about it and it does the job nicely. The other thing that's nice about the Corsa option is its closed box technology. This is gonna do one of the best jobs in the category, keeping out your engine bay heat and pulling in all of that cold air. It's got new polyethylene construction with a nice textured black finish, so it looks really good under the hood, and it's got a really subtle Corsa Performance plate right on the front here too. That's really blending in, it looks really stealthy, and it just honestly looks really good. There is no easy access to the filter, I will say. But then again, with no maintenance required, you don't really need it. Looking at the inside here, you can see that it really does close in that filter, comes with an extension tubing that's preassembled on our box. It's got the same polyethylene construction for the tubing and elbow going into your throttle body, and I will say that these are going to be a lot smoother than your factory tubing. There's gonna be a whole lot less, if any turbulence with the air flow coming in, which again can rob you of that power. Power, speaking of which, Corsa lets us know you can expect up to 18 horsepower and up to 23 foot-pounds of torque with this installed, and those are curve gains that I would expect at the low end, making it a lot more driveable and a lot more fun on the road. Low end torque like that added with a simple cold air intake that doesn't even require a tune does a whole lot for drivability. If you wanted to pick this particular kit up with the very unique air filter, the very unique dry filter at that, you can do so for right around 330 bucks. And the install's gonna get two out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter. Anybody can tackle this on the driveway at home, and the fact that some of it comes preassembled right out of the box just speaks wonders to how easy this is gonna be. Anybody can do it with simple hand tools in about an hour, maybe two at the absolute most depending on your experience. But again, anybody can tackle it. This is one of the easiest things you can do under the hood for your 5.7.Tools used in this install include an impact gun, quarter inch and 3/8 ratchets, extension, 7, 8, 10, 12, and 16-millimeter deep sockets, 15-millimeter wrench, flathead screwdriver, and a panel removal tool. All right. Step number one for the uninstall, of course, just pop off your engine cover. Now of course, we're working with a 5.7. This may be a little bit different for the guys out there with a 6.1, but shouldn't vary too much. Just pop off that engine cover and just set it aside.Next up, we're gonna do our sensor right on the side of the tubing that connects to the throttle body. It's really just a pinch and disconnect. From there, you actually wanna remove the fitting for the sensor itself which you're just gonna twist and pull straight back on. This is extremely sensitive so set this aside and just make sure it's out of the way of any danger. Next up here, grab an 8-millimeter socket or a flathead screwdriver and we're just gonna loosen up the clamp holding the intake tubing to the throttle body. From there, you should be able to just twist it up, pull this back. Before we can remove this, we have one more bolt to remove as well as a hose, and then the whole thing will come off in one piece. All right. Next step is the bolt holding the factory heat shield to the front support. That's also an 8-millimeter. Just loosen that up and take that out. From here, we're gonna disconnect the hose, the breather line on this end, just gonna wiggle it back and forth and pull it straight back. At this point, we should be able to disconnect this from the throttle body and pull it all up in one piece. All right. This we'll pull straight up, pull out of the throttle body. Can lift up on this end here, and we're just going to set all this aside. Now, this bracket was used to hold on that factory intake at the extension portion, so we're just gonna go ahead and remove it because we're not gonna need it for our aftermarket intake. So, I'm gonna take a 16-millimeter socket and just remove this bolt. At this point, you can grab a 15-millimeter wrench to hold the inside bolt, grab your 16 socket again, and just pop off the nut on the outside. She can be a little rusty. This way, the bracket's out of the way, but there isn't an open hole there. So just thread the bolt back in there and tighten up that nut.I wanted to take a second to talk about the differences between our Corsa option and our factory intake from our 5.7. Now there is a huge difference in almost every single aspect of the kit when comparing it to the factory intake, and the biggest one is gonna be the filter and the airbox. Now the airbox itself is where I want to start. This injection molded material does have the Corsa name on the side, which I think is a little bit cooler than the factory intake, it's a lot neater looking. This is also a lot of a tighter fit in the engine bay. It's gonna do a better job of completely and utterly sealing in our ultra nanoweb paper element filter here, whereas the factory one does leave a little bit open. It's not the best in pulling in as much cold air as possible as it is pushing out all of the hot engine bay heat. This one also has the extension tube going all the way down. Now that is somewhat similar to our factory airbox that has this inlet at the bottom. This Corsa option takes it a little bit further though and has this duct that goes straight down where this would connect and goes a little bit farther to our lower grille. That means it's gonna pull in a little bit more cold air and it directs it straight into the filter, ultimately into the throttle body and the intake manifold. So this does a lot better than this. It honestly just takes the same technology and moves it forward a little bit more. It's also got a slight difference in the tubing. The tubing isn't gonna be kinked up like our factory one. This causes a lot of air turbulence, doesn't really streamline the pull of cold air as much as the Corsa one would. So you should see a little bit of a power bump there, simply off of the streamlined air flow. Now, as far as a little bit of a smaller note here, our couplers are a little bit more high-end. This is already built into the factory intake. This has a little bit more of a blue finish. Not something you can really see when it's installed. You might see a little bit of the edging, but as far as the quality of the couplers, I think this is a little bit better than everything the factory uses to connect to your throttle body. Overall, the filter is a paper element just like your factory one. It's got a very unique shape as far as the dry paper elements go. It's gonna be the same quality of materials that your factory one uses. It's just built in a way that is made to filter out better while also pulling in more cold air. It's a very optimized paper element filter as compared to your flat paper element in the factory airbox. With all of that said, guys, I want show you how it gets installed. So, what do you say we get started?The first step here is to take your PowerCore filter and insert that into the closed airbox. You want to make sure you're orienting the clamp properly so that you can access it through this little cutout here. This is where you're gonna stick your extension and your socket or your flathead to tighten it down. So, just make sure that clamp is accessible through this slot. So, I'm gonna go ahead and insert that filter now. You wanna have it about in that top left section. Look through that hole to make sure it's aligned properly. Now, I have a small extension with an 8-millimeter socket. You can also use the flathead, put that inside and tighten it down. Next step, grab your 10-millimeter bolt, lock washer and flat washer along with the supplied bracket, that's gonna install onto this pre-drilled and threaded hole on the side of your intake box. So, we're gonna set that into place with the elongated portion down, we're just gonna tighten that down by hand, just start threading that down. Now, it may need to be adjusted later on. We're gonna tighten it about in the center just to have a neutral starting point. The next step is to take your airbox and flip it upside down with the Corsa logo facing downward to access this part here. Grab one of the straight flat sleeves and insert that over top of that with one of the provided clamps. You want to make sure you're using one of the smaller clamps that'll fit over properly. Get that into place, grab that 8-mil socket or your flathead and tighten down your clamp. First up here under the hood is to grab the weatherstripping included in the kit, take the aligned metal portion of that weatherstripping and line it straight across your frame here. From here, we can grab our airbox and drop it into place. At this point, grab your new Corsa box, drop that into place. Now, you want to be careful of the ABS lines down there of course, and drop it in. You wanna make sure this bracket aligns properly with the retainer bolt that's still there, that U-nut clip from the factory. If you need to just the positioning of the bracket, just pull that out, adjust it, but ours is looking good. Now, we can bolt it down. Reuse that factory 8-millimeter bolt to tighten this down. Now, take the supplied coupler that's gonna attach your air duct tubing to the elbow going into the throttle body. Make sure you have two of the appropriate sized clamps set over the coupler before you put this into place. Once you have it inserted to the middle here, grab your socket and tighten down the one attaching it to the airbox tubing. The next step is to install our elbow attaching this tubing to the throttle body. But before we can do that, we have to install the coupler that's gonna attach the elbow to the throttle body itself. Now, take that coupler, put one of the appropriate sized clamps on one end, same on the other. I like to have both of the clamps facing the same way, it just looks a lot cleaner under the hood. Install that on the end here with your mass air flow sensor mount, grab your socket and just gonna tighten this one down to hold it together. From here, insert the elbow into the tubing as well as the throttle body. And you may need to make adjustments to the tubing coupler just to extend that a little bit more to have them connect. Next up, grab your MAF sensor and carefully twist it into position on the rubber grommet. Once you have that seated all the way, make sure it's facing the throttle body and connect your sensor harness. Next step, remove the entire factory breather hose. Just pull that straight off and set it aside. Replace it with the one provided for you by Corsa. Set that all the way on your new fitting, and then back in the factory location, just seat that all the way back. It'll hold itself in place. Well guys, at this portion of the install you're pretty much complete under the hood. This is all completely installed. You can start your car once your MAF sensor's plugged in and get going. The next portion of the install is for the guys who really wanna take full advantage of everything the Corsa intake has to offer. Corsa's including an extra Corsa scoop, that they call it, which is gonna translate to a little bit more power, better throttle response, and overall just more air making its way to your intake manifold. Next in order to do that, I'm actually gonna put our car in the air on our lift. We're gonna have to remove our skid plate to gain access to a panel by the fog lights. It's a little bit more involved than a regular cold air intake, but that's how you take full advantage of what Corsa has to offer. If you're working on the ground in the driveway, you wanna make sure your car is supported on jack stands. Get it up in the air, able to remove the entire skid plate from underneath the engine. First step we're gonna do, put it up in the air and I'll show you guys how that works. Guys, the first step, we got this up in the air, is to grab a panel removal tool and we're gonna remove a couple of plastic pushpin rivets that are all along the inside and edges of your skid plate. In order to do that, I recommend the panel removal tool, but of course using a flathead screwdriver could work as well. This just makes life a little bit easier. So there's there right here in the front. There's three or four along the inside of the wheel well lining the bottom and sides of the skid plate. And then, we're gonna remove several 8-millimeter bolts along the front. There's a few 10s located around the sides and in the middle here as well. And then, the whole thing will come off together. There's just three in this wheel well that I'm popping out now, doing the exact same thing, just pry these out of position. They come off together. I'm just gonna set those aside on the floor here. Same thing on the side over this way. All right. Now, we've got my socket on the end of the impact. This makes life a lot easier. We're going to go straight across the bottom of our chin splitter to remove all those tiny screws that are holding it on from the front. Now, I can switch over to a 10-millimeter and remove the two on the back, and there's two in the middle as well. All right. At this point, our skid plate's starting to disconnect. Just wanna make sure that you're there to grab it.The next step is to remove this panel right next to the right of your driver side fog light. So, this has to come off. You can see it's being held on with a wire and a Christmas tree clip, and the same thing at the top. Gonna pop that off, pop the top one off and remove that panel. The next step is to take this retainer stud and screw it onto the stud you see here to the upper right of the fog light. I'll show you what this is gonna do in just a moment. We're just gonna thread that on that stud. Just screw that all the way up, and you can see it now has threading on the bottom of that. That's gonna allow us to bolt that extension bracket that's twisted on the end to that, which is gonna retain the Corsa scoop. Now, the flat portion here, you want to install, now I know it's gonna be tough to see for a moment, but once I'm out of the way you'll be able to get a good idea of what's going on. We're gonna use the 10-millimeter bolt included in the kit to tighten this down. As you see, we installed that bracket to the retainer that we put onto that factory stud with a 10-millimeter bolt on the inside. That's gonna hold it right in place. Now, we're gonna bolt it up straight just like this, and if we need to make adjustments, we will. This is gonna bolt up to the Corsa scoop.Guys, at this point, you're not gonna be able to see what I'm doing up here. It's an extremely tight space. But, what we're gonna do is install that Corsa scoop just like this up into the coupler. We now have access to the bottom of that airbox. And if you remember on the table, we installed a rubber coupler to the bottom of that, which is now coming through here. That's gonna tighten to this, and this open end is gonna be facing the now open lower grille. That black panel we just removed from that spot was blocking off the air flow, but now that that's free, this is basically just gonna be an open inlet to pull air straight into the cold air intake box that we have now from Corsa. So, I'm gonna install this up to the coupler with this facing forward with a clamp over that coupler. I'm gonna tighten that down with a ratchet since it's a really tight spot. The opposite end has a threaded hole. That's gonna bolt up to that bracket we just installed. That's gonna keep it solid in position and not able to move. So first thing's first. I'm gonna set my ratchet aside, set this clamp over the coupler. Now, you may have to just shuffle out of the way the splash shield, the fender well, the fender liner to have that coupler set in place. Once that's up there, I'm gonna insert the scoop. Now, just rotate so it lines up with that bracket. I'm gonna grab my ratchet and tighten down that clamp. At this point, we can take another 10-millimeter bolt from the kit and tighten that bracket to the side of the tubing here. And then, we can grab our socket and tighten that bolt down. So guys, we've already got everything installed. The last step of the process is to just reinstall our skid plate. We're gonna take care of that, put the Challenger back on the ground, and then throw, of course, your engine cover back on top, and you're good to go. All right. Last step being that engine cover. We're just gonna pop that into place. Well guys, that's gonna wrap up my review and install for the Corsa Performance Closed Box PowerCore Cold Air Intake available for the '11 and newer 5.7 HEMI equipped Challengers. You can get your set right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Higher Horsepower and Torque Gains
      • Improved Engine Efficiency
      • Optimizes Air Flow
      • PowerCore® Air Filter
      • Filtrates 99.99% of Particles
      • Marine-Grade, Stainless Steel Clamps
      • High Performance Silicon Connectors
      • Advanced Ultra-Web NanoFiber Filter Technology
      • Closed Air Box Design
      • Professional Installation
      • Four-Year/100,000 Miles and Limited Lifetime Warranty
      • CARB EO Number: D-758 (2011-2015 Model Years Only)
      • Fits All 2011-2020 Dodge Challenger 5.7L Models


      High-Performance Intake System. Maximize your engine’s performance with the Corsa PowerCore Closed Box Cold Air Intake Kit. This cold air intake system is uniquely designed to decrease air temperatures, and increase cold air volume that enters your Challenger’s engine. This boosts performance gains up to 23 pounds per feet torque and 18 horsepower so you can enjoy maximum power on the strip or street.

      PowerCore® Air Filter. This Donaldson air filter is engineered to enhance air flow using ultra nanoweb fiber technology that can filter up to 99.99% of engine-damaging dirt, dust and debris. It is made from cotton gauze material that is reusable and water-resistant, and doesn’t deteriorate easily. This air filter is maintenance-free for up to 150,000 miles on the road.

      Well-Built System. The Corsa Cold Air Intake tube are designed to be oversized with a unique bend to maximize your engine’s breathing capabilities for increased horsepower. The intake kit’s silicone couplers provide flexibility while still offering strength and thermal stability. Marine-grade stainless steel clamps ensure optimal performance with a large operating range.

      Closed Air Box Design. The Corsa filter box is engineered to reduce the volume of hot air from entering your Dodge Challenger’s engine and achieve horsepower gains. The polyethylene air box also protects the filter from heat, moisture, dust, and debris exposure. A neoprene-backed polished air box lid allows for better soon insulation.

      Installation. The Corsa PowerCore intake system is designed to be a fast and easy install but will require someone with mechanical skills to do the job. Detailed instructions and all installation hardware is included in every kit.

      Limited Warranty. With a limited lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship, you’ll never have to worry about the quality and craftsmanship of Corsa’s cold air intake system. Air filters feature a 4 Year/100,000 mile warranty. For more details, please contact Corsa directly.

      Application. The Corsa PowerCore Closed Box Cold Air Intake is designed to be compatible with all 2011 to 2020 Dodge Challenger 5.7L models.

      Fitment: 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Details

      Corsa 462576

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      • (1) Cold Air Intake System
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