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2001 Toyota Tundra Cold Air Intakes

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Reviewed By Leo D (COLUMBIA, MS) Reviewed for a 2001 Toyota Tundra —11/29/2013 8:28 PM

66 years old and feel like I am a kid with my 1966 Pontiac Tempest with the Hurst 3 speed on the floor. I put the cold air system on a 2001 V8 Toyota Tundra with 163,000 miles. The first few days after installation, I caught my self well over the legal speed limit. Having purchase the system with the idea of saving on fuel, I defeated that purpose soundly. Does AutoAnything reimburse speeding tickets due to product performance? You have my e-mail address if you do so.

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Reviewed By Douglas V (Virginia Beach, VA) Reviewed for a 2001 Toyota Tundra —4/25/2011 7:55 AM

Item arrived quickly and in good shape. Installation was pretty straight forward. Had to jockey the box a bit to get it level and fitted against an A/C line that was in the way. Also the air filter box had a secondary opening in the front and no cap was supplied to plug it off. Had to go to a home center plumbing dept. to get a rubber pipe cap which was a bit too large, but I built up the box's fitting with tape to get a good seal. Haven't taken a mileage reading but the truck sure feels better.

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Reviewed By Bradley F (Dixon, IL) Reviewed for a 2001 Toyota Tundra —7/20/2007 11:36 PM

Product took a little bit more than common sense to put it on my 2001 Toyota Tundra SR5. Nothing more than anybody can do. The product worked instantly. Sounds mean and i sopose a slight increase in gas mileage. That is, if you can keep your foot off the throttle to show off your AEM Brute Force Intake to everyone that you pass going down the street or give a ride. :)

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