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More Horsepower Guaranteed for 2015-2016 Chrysler 200 3.6L V6

Featuring a 3.6L Pentastar engine that provides 295-horsepower with 262 lb./ft. of torque, paired with a 9-speed automatic transmission, the 2016 Chrysler 200 3.6L also features an all-wheel drive system—and boasts 0-60 mph in 5.7 seconds. Looking for even more horsepower? You’ve come to the right place.

Gain an estimated 10.46-horsepower* with the 57-1572

Gain an estimated 10.46-horsepower* with the 57-1572

To offer a 50-state legal increase in horsepower for Chrysler 200 owners, K&N® has launched the 57-1572 air intake system—engineered specifically for 2015-2016 Chrysler 200 3.6L V6 models. The K&N® 57-1572 high-density polyethylene (HDPE) intake system offers an estimated power increase of 10.46-horsepower and 20.12lb./ft. of torque*, exceptional engine protection, and improved engine sound on acceleration.

“Love the new setup. Sounds a lot better and a noticeable difference in throttle response. I definitely think it was worth the money and highly recommend it to anyone.” – Justin from Canada [Part No. 63-1568]

WHY CHOOSE A K&N PERFORMANCE AIR INTAKE SYSTEM?

The 57-1572 is designed to help keep engine air cooler, which can increase engine combustion efficiency, and helps provide a smooth, low-restriction path for airflow to the engine. Your engine needs oxygen to create power; the cylinders in your vehicle’s engine need to have air to create the explosion that produces horsepower and torque. Since cold air contains more oxygen molecules than warm air, injecting a higher volume of oxygen-rich air into the cylinders allows the engine to burn fuel more efficiently during combustion—providing an increase in power.

In a typical stock air intake system, air has to pass through a thick, disposable paper filter, and then move through a narrow system of tubing that can cause air to swirl and become turbulent. Excess turbulence causes the molecules within the air to collide, creating heat, which lowers the density of the air and reduces the efficiency of combustion. All K&N intake systems are specifically engineered to help keep your engine air cooler.

“Definitely a notable difference in performance. Highly recommend.” – Tyler from Texas [Part No. 57-3050]

A steel heat shield helps protect the filter from high engine bay temperatures

A steel heat shield helps protect the filter from high engine bay temperatures

AERODYNAMIC INTAKE TUBE INCREASES AIRFLOW

Since engine combustion is most efficient in an oxygen-rich environment, keeping engine air cooler often significantly increases engine combustion efficiency. The 57-1572 intake system features a free-flowing, high-density polyethylene intake tube, which is engineered to reduce turbulence in the air, and helps keep engine air cooler for increased engine performance! The 57-1572 also incorporates a steel heat shield, which helps protect the air filter and intake air from high temperatures within the engine bay.

“Install was extremely easy with the detailed instructions provided. Noticed an increase in fuel mileage and aggressive sound.” – Jeremy from Illinois [Part No. 69-5301TTK]

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF HIGH-DENSITY POLYETHYLENE (HDPE) INTAKE TUBES?

An aerodynamic HDPE intake tube helps keep engine air cooler

An aerodynamic HDPE intake tube helps keep engine air cooler

High-density polyethylene (HDPE) has a very high strength-to-density ratio, as well as the ability to withstand extremely high temperatures—making it an excellent choice for the environment in the engine bay. HDPE can also be molded into custom shapes, allowing it to be adapted for specialized tubing designs.

IMPROVE ENGINE SOUND

Factory intake systems often feature intake tubing with tight bends, baffles, and other obstacles that can slow airflow, create turbulence, and muffle engine noise—unlike K&N intake systems, which are designed to give your engine a more satisfying growl on acceleration, but return to quiet once at speed.

HIGH-FLOW AIR FILTER™ OFFERS EXCEPTIONAL PROTECTION

Under normal circumstances, most automotive air filters demonstrate an inverse relationship between airflow and efficiency—the higher the airflow, the less efficient the air filter is at protecting the engine, and vice versa. The oiled design of K&N air filters assists in “absorbing” dirt particles—and in turn helps incorporate those particles into the filter surface itself, which helps maintain the filter’s efficiency and ability to flow air. When tiny particles are captured and saturated with oil, they in turn can become tacky, allowing them to capture other particles.

The High-Flow Air Filter™ included in the 57-1572 intake kit is oversized with a conical shape, providing a greater surface area and allowing for a service interval of up to 100,000 miles between cleanings (under normal highway driving conditions). High-Flow Air Filters feature an oiled, layered design—providing up to 50% more airflow than a traditional paper filter. When your filter does need to be cleaned, you can use the K&N Recharger® Kit (99-5000 or 99-5050) to quickly and easily restore your filter’s performance. Each K&N intake (and filter!) is designed to last for the life of your vehicle.

WHY IS HIGH AIRFLOW SO IMPORTANT?

Maintaining the proper air-to-fuel ratio (AFR) is critical for engine performance, and relates to the amount of air versus the amount of fuel used by an engine for combustion. A correct, stoichiometrically balanced AFR produces combustion with perfect efficiency, excluding other factors. For gasoline engines, the theoretically perfect chemical ratio is 14.7:1—14.7 parts air to one part fuel. In effect, this means that an engine requires almost fifteen times more air than fuel for efficient combustion—which emphasizes the importance of providing a high volume of air through an intake system.

The 57-1572 after installation

The 57-1572 after installation

INSTALLATION

The K&N 57-1572 intake system is engineered to incorporate factory mounting points and the factory mass air sensor. Installation can typically be completed in 90 minutes or less, and requires only simple hand tools. Detailed instructions are included in your kit.

Engineered to fit:

• 2016 Chrysler 200 3.6L V6 Fuel Injection

• 2015 Chrysler 200 3.6L V6 Fuel Injection

WARRANTY

Each intake system comes with a 10-Year/Million Mile Limited Warranty. Furthermore, using a K&N replacement air intake system will not void your factory warranty; in the U.S., manufacturers must provide evidence that an aftermarket part is the cause of a necessary repair in order to void or deny warranty coverage. The Consumer Products Warranty Act of 1975 (also known as the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act) protects consumers’ rights to their warranty coverage.

“Love the throttle response and enhanced turbo sound.” – Robert from Indiana [Part No. 63-2599]

The 2016 Chrysler 200 3.6L

The 2016 Chrysler 200 3.6L provides 295-horsepower with 262 lb./ft. of torque

DYNAMOMETER RESULTS

K&N performance air intake systems come with a horsepower guarantee. During dynamometer testing, the 57-1572 provided an estimated power increase of 10.46-horsepower and 20.12 lb./ft. of torque*. Follow this link to view the complete dynamometer chart.

“Great product and very easy install, the sound was impressive to say the least. The horsepower increased and you can really feel it when you punch it. I totally recommend this product.” – Kevin from Illinois [Part No. 57-3082]

Visit this page to purchase the 57-1572 air intake system, or visit the vehicle search page to explore air intake system options for your vehicle. Join the millions of customers who trust K&N to help them boost performance and protection in their vehicles!

Legal in all 50 states.

*Horsepower gains vary among products and applications, but each K&N performance air intake system is designed to increase airflow efficiency for specific vehicles and their engines. Each kit undergoes significant testing to help ensure that the filter and intake tube are engineered to deliver large increases in airflow and horsepower. Please visit individual product pages to view horsepower estimates for your specific vehicle.

 

 


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