I am thinking of changing out my stock air intake with a volant cool air intake or a K&N cold air intake. Does anyone have any advice or knowledge they could pass on to me?
That much faster launch response should have made a tellable difference on 0-60, or even somewhat on your 1/4 mile times. How much did you gain?...However, in my previous F-150, when I replaced the stock air intake on my 5.4L Triton engine with a K&N cold air intake, the difference was remarkable. I didn't notice any improved fuel economy (which was my intent when I made the change), but the throttle response was incredible. It took it a while to get going with the stock air intake, but with the CAI, it instantly responded as soon as I put my foot on the gas...
What about airadJerry Bransford said:Don't use a K&N air filter period. Not a drop-in, not a cone filter. K&N air filters let too much fine dirt, silicates, etc. into your engine. Lab tests have condfirmed the K&N is the worst air filter possible for your engine... despite K&N's hype.
I don't know enough about their air filters to comment... but for the most part, aftermarket air intake products don't live up to the hype where the TJ is concerned. Contrary to many engines that do benefit from a free-er breathing air intake, the TJ's air intake was specifically designed to be non-restrictive and thus aftermarket air intakes won't provide any significant benefit our Jeep engines.What about airad
Well the sucky thing is I already have one and don't have the box for the stock one can I put a filter bag or anything to help not get dirt in I saw a little diff but nothing to make u spend as much as they want for themUnlimitedLJ04 said:
then buy a stock intake on craigslist or from the junkyard.Well the sucky thing is I already have one and don't have the box for the stock one can I put a filter bag or anything to help not get dirt in I saw a little diff but nothing to make u spend as much as they want for them