From my inspection and comparison of the 3.2L and 3.5L 2nd gen engines and layouts, the 3.5L kit should work just fine. I don't know for sure since I never got the chance to install my 3.5L kit in my 3.2L ES so I can't say for sure, but I'm pretty sure there shouldn't be a problem. The 2.7L has a slightly different layout so I exchanged my 3.5L kit for the new 2.7L I bought.
Everywhere wants about $269.00 for the K&N kit, you should be able to get it for $229.00 like I did from Martel Brothers Racing, www.martelbros.com
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Model Engine Product Part No Comments
Intrepid 2.7L V6 F/I Aircharger Off Road Kit 63-1030 All
Intrepid 3.5L V6 F/I Aircharger Off Road Kit 63-1029 All
Intrepid 2.7L V6 F/I K&N Air Filter 33-2136 All
Intrepid 3.2L V6 F/I K&N Air Filter 33-2136 All
Intrepid 3.5L V6 F/I K&N Air Filter 33-2136 R/T
Intrepid 2.7L V6 F/I K&N Oil Filter HP-2004 (R)
Intrepid 3.2L V6 F/I K&N Oil Filter HP-2004 (J)
Intrepid 3.5L V6 F/I K&N Oil Filter HP-2004 (G)
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local speed shop price for my R/T, part num. 63-1029 @ United Speed World here in St. Pete. = $uhh...too new, he has to call Cali for pricing..crap-o-la
Your Intrepid looks tight man....... those 20's are sweet.....
How much would rims like that cost......?
I found one of your pictures on the lowrider.com site. The picture was with another 2nd Generation Intrepid, he had 20's aswell(i guess hes your bud). I try and make a point of posting really interesting pictures of Intrepids that i find on this site. I must say your Intrepid and your friends are pretty damn cool. I think you bud was kinda pissed that i posted a pic. of one of the Intrepids on his site....... i hope he wasn't really pissed.
Anyhow..... welcome to this board..... roll out.......
I think the K&N Intake Kit is simply the better assembly for the 3.2/3.5'ers. Not to knock the L_Intake, but i'm not fond of all the pieces that go into make it. I just like the fact that the K&N'er is one solid piece and its made by K&N, a company with a good reputation.
Ryan makes a good argument for the K&N, I in fact do like K&N and use their filter. HOWEVER, the Lister (L-intake) does away with the 90 degree bent piece of plastic that hooks onto the TB itself. That piece alone is responsible for most, if not all, of the airflow restriction in the stock tubing, resonator, airbox configuration.
And that is my $.02