Not sure which 2008 Ford Ranger 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:
"Looks good. Easy to install. Good product for the dollar." —Tom H from Brantford, ON bought a K&N 63 Series AirCharger High-Flow Intake Kit for a 2008 Ford Ranger.
"can tell theres extra horses, haven't seen a fuel change yet but i don't doubt there will be one." —Brandon T from Cumming, GA bought a K&N 63 Series AirCharger High-Flow Intake Kit for a 2008 Ford Ranger.
"The gasgetb that came with the kit broke upon removig te paper overig it. Also, the air sensor had to be monted upside done--What gives with this issue." —Joseph O from Friendswood, TX bought an aFe Cold Air Intakes for a 2008 Ford Ranger.
"Much quicker throttle response, even sounds different when you get on it a little. Even with the occasional hotfooting I managed to add 1.5 MPG. Easy install also. Took a little over an hour." —Craig B from Okeechobee, FL bought a K&N 57 Series FIPK Air Intake (Fuel Injection Performance Kit) for a 2008 Ford Ranger.
"I had read tons of reviews about these intakes and was skeptical about buying one, with my previous vehicles I used K&N fliters. Now that I have had this intake installed for over a month I will share my results. I have an 08 Ranger w/ 3.0 V6 that I use for courier work, I drive about 1,000 miles a week with my truck. My intake is not noisy at all, it sounds like someone with a giant straw sucking at the bottom of a drink. I can really hear it when starting up from a cold start in the morning. I didn't notice any increase in accelleration, but my truck does pull hills better. I have also noticed that my truck idles smoother. Now the most important thing to me is mgp cause it saves me money. Previously I got 17 city / 21 hwy. Now with the intake I get 18 city / 24 hwy. I got +1 with city driving but +3 on the open road. I have a very soft foot and I am sure individual results will vary but thats what the intake did for me. It was a $400 investment (intake + installation) that I expect to pay for itself in about a year." —Allen B from Dallas, TX bought a K&N 57 Series FIPK Air Intake (Fuel Injection Performance Kit) for a 2008 Ford Ranger.
" Did not come with the instructions for instalation as advertised. K&N website has it in pdf. Dont know if thats Autoanythings fault or K&N. IMPORTANT... if your truck has a 'Brake Booster' line like mine you will have to drill a big 5/8 hole in the intake tube. Be careful with the rubber piece that goes in that hole, mine tore, it's fine for now but will have to order a replacement. Now..it looks great! And the performance is worth any trouble. Responsive, Power increase(significant),sound!!!!" —Billy L from Lake View, AL bought a K&N 57 Series FIPK Air Intake (Fuel Injection Performance Kit) for a 2008 Ford Ranger.
"Hardest part was removing the stock components and that task was not even that difficult. Install was quick and very "common sense"." —Adam M from Chepachet, RI bought a K&N 63 Series AirCharger High-Flow Intake Kit for a 2008 Ford Ranger.