Performance, Not MPG
Reviewed By Matthew N (New Hartford, CT) Reviewed for a
—10/23/2014 6:02 AM
I put a K&N intake on my 2010 Tundra in 2012, and just installed one on my 2014 Wrangler. Observations:
1. MPG - no change
2. Pickup - improved
3. Sound -- improved
The Wrangler sounds extremely close to stock; when I step on it, it sounds throatier than normal, but still not like a hot rod. The Tundra sounds like a hot rod, but I also have an exhaust upgrade (MBRP) on the Tundra.
Delivery took about 10 days to my home in Connecticut and installation was straight-forward (<2 hours).
My view is this is worth it if you want improved pickup and sound. If MPG is your goal, my experience has been no impact.