Not sure which 1996 Ford Mustang Cold Air Intakes are right for you? We have over 18563 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:
"My first modification to my 96 Mustang GT.
Came on time as scheduled and I installed it that day!
I didn't have the necessary drill bit of 11/16 for my external temp sensor, so I had to make due with what I had. Other than that, it just took little shifting to fit into place (I didn't remove the strut bar).
Started it up and drop around. Deeper, throatier sound and throttle response was excellent. Noticed an increase in fuel mileage as well!
I'm a true loyal fan of K&N now with two successful products from them! (the other being my Gran Am)
Thanks a bunch Auto Anything and K&N!" —Diana W from Omaha, NE bought a K&N 57 Series FIPK Air Intake (Fuel Injection Performance Kit) for a 1996 Ford Mustang, GT, 4.6L V8.
"Everything went together well, but there was no hard plastic tube that I think would improve air flow. The kit I received for a '96 Mustang GT is simply a metal part that bolts to the exiting air intake tube along with the new filter, not a lot for the price." —Robert B from Apache Junction, AZ bought a K&N 63 Series AirCharger High-Flow Intake Kit for a 1996 Ford Mustang.
"Installed intake on a rainy day, so it took longer than expected waiting between bands of rain. The slightly confusing diagram is too small and a little blurry. But as long as you math up all the letters and lay them out, it is easier to tell where they all fit together. I can tell it is less restrictive and has a better throttle response. Installing the screws after the drilling, to me, was the hardest part due to the holes being behind the braces. Overall performance, price, and installation were worth it." —Jordan C from Panama City, FL bought a K&N 57 Series FIPK Air Intake (Fuel Injection Performance Kit) for a 1996 Ford Mustang.
"Installed the Brute Force on my '96 Saleen S281. Install was relatively easy. Found that the bracket only bolted in one place, and that there is not a heat shield included for the Mustang 4.6 application(picture is deceiving). Lots of "whoosh"--noticeable sound and performance." —Michael M from Tulsa, OK bought an AEM Brute Force Air Intakes for a 1996 Ford Mustang.
"This kit works really good. It installed in about two and a half hours taking my time cleaning stuff and fixing a couple of little problems along the way. Oh yeah, and most of the work was done after dark with a flashlight. Everything worked out as advertised except that the vacuum line fittings located near the factory throttle body on the cold air tube are located about 1" further forward than originally. The fix was to adjust the 5/8" factory vacuum line a little on the factory end at the nipple and it was then long enough to reach. Then the 3/4" vacuum line was fit-up as follows. The 3/4" vacuum line has a 90 degree factory plastic vacuum pot that had to have its nipple trimmed down first on the new cold air kit side of the 90 degree fitting. I just hacksawed off, very carefully, part of that nipple just behind the vacuum hose stop using the back of the stop as a guide. This left enough of the plastic nipple for the hose and allowed the fitting to rest where it could connect in place to the cold air kit nipple in a more straight lined up fashion. I used the extra 5/8" vacuum hose supplied in the kit for the 5.4 liter engine and cut approximately 1 1/4" off one end of the hose. This short 1 1/4" piece went to the cold air kit side of the vacuum pot and the remainder of the hose went to the factory nipple side. The 5/8" hose fit really good with a little manipulation and spit. This allowed room for the factory engine cover bracket to be refitted without any clearance issues. Also before beginning the work I had to go to the parts store to get the big clamp that holds the air filter on since someone else had already been digging in the box but that's no great big deal. Just take your time and round up all your parts first before beginning and it will be simple. Other than these two issues everything worked out smoothly but you have to remember that the manufacturer can't cover every contingent. I noticed later that the illustration in the instructions supplied by K&N d" —William A from Beaumont, TX bought a K&N 57 Series FIPK Air Intake (Fuel Injection Performance Kit) for a 1996 Ford Mustang.