Not sure which 2005 Scion xB 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:
"I have this intake installed on a 05 XB fitment was perfect quality is really good it also has a nice sound to it. its worth the investment" —Marcos P from Compton, CA bought an AEM Cold Air Intake System for a 2005 Scion xB.
"By far AutoAnything offered the best price for the part. I ordered it and it arrived quickly. The part itself isn't spectacular (you're not going to get 5 hp gain, maybe 2-3) but overall I would order it again if I had to. The dealership tried to charge me $150 more for the same part that I got from the site, definitely worth shopping around for. The car seems to accelerate a little faster and doesn't sputter as much going uphill." —Adam V from Dundalk, MD bought an AEM Cold Air Intake System for a 2005 Scion xB.
"i test drove a Lot of Xb's before i bought the one for my wife. I KNEW it had to have an intake on it. Dealer wanted about 400 and I was able to buy this one for about 220. It took me about 1.5 hours, (only because I ma super fussy) the instructions were GREAT. I believe My 9 year old Daughter could have installed this (NO LIE! but of course she built her own soap box race car!!:) ) The power gain was expected. and I was not disapointed. The shipping was a "little" bit slow but it was fine." —William T from Racine, WI bought an AEM Cold Air Intake System for a 2005 Scion xB.
"I found that the instructions could have used more detail in the photos. It was hard to tell what some of the pictures where showing. Had to cut the tube between the crankcase breather and the intake. Not a big deal, but the instructions didn't mention it. Also there was no hose clamp included to secure the crankcase vent hose to the intake. Hose clamps on the throttle body were a bit large, so there is a lot of extra sticking out. I guess I could cut it off. Tightening the hose clamp that holds the filter to the intake was a challenge. I used a socket wrench and was able to get it tight. Hope I don't have to remove/replace it anytime soon. I didn't like how you are forced to remove the wiring harness from the supports and pull it forward. Would have been better if they supplied an extension for the sensor wiring. Not sure what others do to get around this, but I expected more from K&N." —William B from Snohomish, WA bought a K&N 69 Series Typhoon Intake Systems for a 2005 Scion xB, 1.5L 4-cyl. engine.
"Well worth what i spent for it.it took me like 20mins to install maybe less if i hadn't have had to clean up my engine compartment a little because of dust etc.I love the fact it was free shipping and it got here fast within a week.i notice the car picks up a lot faster and has a growl to it" —Ian C from Renton , WA bought an Injen IS Series Short Ram Intake for a 2005 Scion xB.
"AEM speaks for itself! Buying from AutoAnything.com was a most excellent experience. Very fast and efficient service. Product arrived withing 3 business days at my front door. Highly recommend AEM products and AutoAnything.com." —Ron O from Ceres, CA bought an AEM Cold Air Intake System for a 2005 Scion xB.
"The directions were very detailed and easy to follow. The total install time took 1.5 hours- half of which was spent trying to get the stock air box out. The actual install of the Typhoon took about 20 minutes. Definitely notice an increase in performance and in sound too- a low growling that starts around 2,000 rpms. Not sure about the MPG yet- the improved performance and sound make it tough not to drive it hard. I'd recommend it to anyone- now I need one for my Volvo !" —Eric E from Mount Laurel, NJ bought a K&N 69 Series Typhoon Intake Systems for a 2005 Scion xB, 1.5L 4-cyl. engine.
"Sounds great adds plenty of power. The installation didn't go perfectly but was pritty easy." —Jeannie D from Trabuco Canyon, CA bought an Injen IS Series Short Ram Intake for a 2005 Scion xB.