Not sure which 2001 Chevy Silverado Air Intake Systems are right for you? We have over 15237 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"New intake instalation was a breeze to install but scoop was a bit harder, not due to instructions but design of truck, tight fit and not much space to work in. Have had on now for about one week and am very pleased. About 1 more mile to the gallon around town and if I can keep my foot out of the pedal as much a 3 mpg at 65 mph. Looking forward to first trip of the year, hoping for at least 1 mpg better while pulling the trailer. Can defintly feel a deferance in power and acceleration, and sound just plain mean when you realy put the pedal down." —Brian K from Olive Branch, MS bought a Volant Cold Air Intakes for a 2001 Chevy Silverado.
"over all it helped with low end torque but did require me to modify my cold air intake a bit cause the clutch fan grazed it. i got a little more hp but nothing as far as mpg. It makes my 2001 2500HD 6.0L sound like it has a supercharger! would get for other vehicles" —Kyra S from Cocoa, FL bought an Airaid PowerAid Throttle Body Spacer for a 2001 Chevy Silverado.
"Awesome deal. Idles quieter, takes off louder, has a cool urbo like sound when you shift. Buy it, worth the money." —Kevin B from Bremen, ME bought a K&N 57 Series FIPK Air Intake (Fuel Injection Performance Kit) for a 2001 Chevy Silverado.
"Installed intake on above truck which has 6.0L gas engine. Istructions were pretty good as they had photo's, but diagrams showing what to do step by step would be an improvement. Also, the instructions did sate how careful you should be with the OEM air flow sensor. There are tiny anodes on one side of the sensor that can very easily be damaged. I assumed the sensor would be inoperative if these anodes were damaged. suggest you be very carefull when handling the sensor and don't touch these anodes. Quality control could have been better as one of the replacement mounting isolator posts wasn't tapped - it had no threads. After trying to tap the post, I ended up just using the OEM bolts with extra washers. The rubber molding quality would also have been better as it crimps and doesn't bend easily around corners - espcially inside corners. Would be a better product if this molding were pre-molded to fit the flange. The fit has to be really muscled into lace to not only work correctly, but look good and symetric. It took a lot of tightening and loosening of the clamps to get it right and I actually ended up reversing the tube for a better fit. This put the K & N logo on the bottom side of the tube, but the good news is the kit comes with extra stickers so you can just use one on the top of the tube. Looks and works great. I added it after I installed dual exhaust so I don't hear much change in the sound unless the hood is open and you actuate the throttle. Then you can really hear the intake volume of air going through the filter." —Graham C from Maple Valley, WA bought a K&N 77 Series Metal Intake Kit for a 2001 Chevy Silverado.
"I installed this with a Jet Flo mass airflow sensor & a BBK 85mm throttle body. Since I did this all at once, I cannot comment on just the Airaid performance addition, but all three of these things togather made a HUGE difference. My 2001 Silverado Z71 extended cab short box is a rocket now! I also have MSD ignition, Flowmasgter exhaust, shift kit, Corvette servos in the tranny, Superchips Flashpaq, Iridium spark plugs. My 2001 5.3 will outrun a 2008 Dodge Hemi truck, my friend has one & has been beat by me! Next is a cam & headers. AutoAnything has great service & prices!" —Tim S from Everett, WA bought an Airaid Intake System for a 2001 Chevy Silverado.
"Pros: Install was quick and easy. Air flow is much improved and increased power.Cons: Have not seen any fuel milage increase. Mounting mass air flow sensor to intake cover could be better. Gasket for sensor has to mount on a tapered tube coming out of the intake cover. As you tighten the hose clamp it wants to slide off." —Jeff O from Leicester, NC bought a Banks Ram-Air Intake for a 2001 Chevy Silverado, 5.3L, Without electric fan.
"everything i hoped for, fit right up, clear enough instructions.cant beat it for the price." —Michael M from Brewster, NY bought a Spectre Cold Air Intake for a 2001 Chevy Silverado.
"I bought this kit for my 2001 Chevy 2500hd 6.0. It took me 40 mins to install. It would have been faster if I wasnt putting it on outside at 15 degrees F. And if I thought to heat up the rubber fittings with heat gun sooner. I have been A K&N fan for awhile but I see no difference in quality with the Spector and half tne price. I am very Pleased with it Performance so far. I have noticed one mile Incease in fuel efficiency and love the sound under the hood when I stomp on it." —Antonio S from Milwaukee, WI bought a Spectre Cold Air Intake for a 2001 Chevy Silverado.
"I can rip the tires from a dead stop. Great reaction time on the accelerator. A lil bit loader, which is good. Easy installation, more horsepower, awsome performance! I LOVE IT." —Matthew D from Gonzales, LA bought a K&N 57 Series FIPK Air Intake (Fuel Injection Performance Kit) for a 2001 Chevy Silverado.
"Instructions are easy to understand. Not as loud as I thought was going to be, but when you get on it you can really tell something is working under their. Feel most difference off the line. Got a little fuel boost, but not much about 1.5-2mpg difference. Overall I am very pleased with the purchase, would rec. to others. Thanks AA!!" —Shawn K from Caseyville, IL bought a Spectre Cold Air Intake for a 2001 Chevy Silverado.
"Easy to in stall, looks and sounds great and you cant beat the price. This was my first purchase at autoanything and wont be my last. I was extremly happy with the product and the service." —Keith K from Reading, OH bought a Spectre Cold Air Intake for a 2001 Chevy Silverado.