Not sure which 2005 Mazda 3 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:
"I was conerned about having a "check engine light" I have read so many stories about this issue, but AEM had only one story with this, and it turned out to be a bad install. I installed mine, and have not had any issues with it. Plus the performance I got from it was much more than I expected." —Daniel S from Virginia Beach, VA bought an AEM Cold Air Intake System for a 2005 Mazda 3.
"AEM is the best choice for intake, the sound is just increadible, the gains are awesome and very noticible, and the setup is relatively easy (and i did it without ever removing a wheel). Great purchase, keep up the good work!" —Ben S from Langhorne, PA bought an AEM Cold Air Intake System for a 2005 Mazda 3.
"Installed on 05 Mazda3 2.0 Excellent product. Very real power gains and I love the intake growl under acceleration. No extra sound at cruising speeds. Kit was missing a bracket which K&N shipped the next day. They said it would be shipped overnight, but it came a week later via ground. Overall very pleased. Autoanything has the best price." —Peter A from Canal Winchester, OH bought a K&N 69 Series Typhoon Intake Systems for a 2005 Mazda 3.
"product is well designed and i deff. feel a horsepower increase..... very happy with the product" —Matthew S from Greenlawn, NY bought an AEM Cold Air Intake System for a 2005 Mazda 3.
"I decided to order a cold air intake for my '05 Mazda3S a couple of weeks ago. Once it came to the house, the next day I started working to install it. The intake itself is easy to install, the time consuming part is removing the air filter chamber and the resonator, because the only way to really get to that is to take off the front tire. But once all of the old parts were out, the installation of the intake was a snap.The intake doesn't add a huge amount of HP, but a lifetime filter that you clean vs buying a $50 one every time you turn around.. the savings are plain to see. I recommend this as a great alternative to conventional air filters, plus it's so easy to install.. even for chicks. :)" —Melissa B from Deltona, FL bought a K&N 69 Series Typhoon Intake Systems for a 2005 Mazda 3.
"I'm not use to popping my hood, taking things out, and putting new things in so easily. The install was surprisingly easy. The performance boost was clearly noticeable - not to mention how awesome the red CAI looks under the hood! I definitely recommend this for anyone trying to personally mod their car for performance." —Obaid S from Wilmington, DE bought a K&N 69 Series Typhoon Intake Systems for a 2005 Mazda 3.
"The installation was easy (the worst part was getting my factory intake off). It looks and awesome. I definately noticed the extra low end torque. The best part is how it sounds.... makes my engine sound mean!" —Brandon M from Anderson, IN bought an AEM Cold Air Intake System for a 2005 Mazda 3.
"Overall this is a fantastic way to add some extra horsepower, for a fair price. The actual installation of the part was very very easy, AEM makes these intakes to fit your particular car perfectly. Taking out my stock intake was a huge pain, but without the directions that AEM provides, it would have been twice as hard and aggravating. I noticed a very significant power gain especially in the 3,000-5,000 rpm range, and it looks awesome to boot. For those of you worried about hydro locking, with the Mazda3 at least, it really is not an issue. After seeing where AEM relocates the filter, unless you drive headlights deep through water, hydro locking is not worth a second thought. For those of you who feel that they may be driving through a lake sometime soon buy a bypass valve, and an Injen hydroshield." —Chris R from Pennsburg, PA bought an AEM Cold Air Intake System for a 2005 Mazda 3.