Not sure which 2001 Ford Explorer Cold Air Intakes are right for you? We have over 13977 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:
"More power, incredible acceleration and a definite "tiger in the tank" feeling. Adds a nice sound to the truck too. It's worth every penny.The instructions were virtually non-existent. A schematic does not equal instructions. It's easy enough to figure out - but that's no excuse. Volant should include installation instructions.Early reports also suggest a possible increase in gas mileage, but it's too early to say for certain." —Michael W from Meridian, ID bought a Volant Cold Air Intakes for a 2001 Ford Explorer.
"This product was very easy to install. the pickup has increased nicely and the mpg has gone up a little with it. well worth the money for the product" —Christopher H from Coral Springs, FL bought a K&N 57 Series FIPK Air Intake (Fuel Injection Performance Kit) for a 2001 Ford Explorer.
"This is a very nice product. I have had it on my ford explorer sport now for 2 weeks. And I can the change in how the engine runs." —Craig S from Sherman, TX bought an aFe Cold Air Intakes for a 2001 Ford Explorer.
"I installed one of these kits on my 2001 Ford Explorer Sport and it was kind of a hastle. My vehicle has two air lines, so the drilling a 5/7" hole wasnt that bad, the trouble came when I realized the air line was almost an inch in diameter, so I had to use a garden hose for one line and modifty the gromet a little to fit the other in. All in all I get about 50 more miles on a full tank of gas. Plus the sound it makes on high RPM's is unmistakable." —Robert V from Topsfield, MA bought a K&N 57 Series FIPK Air Intake (Fuel Injection Performance Kit) for a 2001 Ford Explorer.
"not too hard to install, instructions could be a LITTLE more detailed but no serious issues. noticed a slight increase in power and mpg but ive only ran 2-3 tanks. sounds nice under the hood when revved above 2500 rpm but at around 2000 rpm there is a very high pitch whistle...and no its NOT a leak, everything is tight as it can go. i'm thinking it's either the throttle body or some other part but i'm not sure. anyway, good little boost for a not-too-expensive add-on." —Andrew D from Newberg, OR bought a K&N 77 Series Metal Intake Kit for a 2001 Ford Explorer.
"On the average, it was pretty easy to install. I had to adapt the manifold hose grommet. I don't know if it was my imagination or not, but the truck did seem to have more pickup. The real test will be when I pull the boat for the first time. I am trying to eke out a little more power from the small 6 cylinder engine." —Philip W from Pittsboro, NC bought a K&N 57 Series FIPK Air Intake (Fuel Injection Performance Kit) for a 2001 Ford Explorer.
"the new k&n intake was a great buy, it gave some much needed passing power and put of some great sound to go along with my flowmaster." —Luke G from Pittsburg, CA bought a K&N 57 Series FIPK Air Intake (Fuel Injection Performance Kit) for a 2001 Ford Explorer.
"The AirAid CAI system that I installed in my 2010 Camaro is the most significant "bolt-on" modification to add HP that I have experienced. The instructions for installation was easy because it took me step-by-step from start to finish. When I was done I couldn't wait to test drive my car. I was blown away at the noticeable increase in HP from this one part." —Frederico B from San Pablo, CA bought an Airaid Intake System for a 2001 Ford Explorer.