Not sure which 2004 Toyota Tundra 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:
"GREAT PRODUCT. INSTALLED IN LESS THAN 1 HOUR. EXACT FIT FOR MY VECHILE. GREAT MID RANGE POWER. NO IMPROVEMENT IN MILEAGE BUT NO LESS EITHER CONSIDERING THE INCREASE IN PERFORMANCE." —Ted V from Bremen, GA bought a K&N 77 Series Metal Intake Kit for a 2004 Toyota Tundra.
"I ordered and received my series 60 for my 2004 Tundra. Installation was simple (Follow instructions exactly as stated). Noticed a 2 MPG increase and outstanding excelleration performance. No change in shift points. Great product." —Edith H from Apple Valley, CA bought a K&N 63 Series AirCharger High-Flow Intake Kit for a 2004 Toyota Tundra.
"to my Tundra. Once I got a mental image on how the thing was to be installed it was a breeze. The 90 install time is accurate. I could tell an immediate addition to HP and torque. I could also tell a higher than expected increase in noise, all be it it sounds good. I am also getting slightly better gas mileage. I am pleased." —Tom M from Benton, AR bought a K&N 63 Series AirCharger High-Flow Intake Kit for a 2004 Toyota Tundra.
"Better pictures more details" —Nathan C from La Crosse, WI bought a K&N 63 Series AirCharger High-Flow Intake Kit for a 2004 Toyota Tundra.
"The name says it all. Looks great and sound awesome (sounds like a super charger under the hood). I did notice that I lost some power on low rpm but gain some in high rpm. Once my dual exhaust arrives, hope that'll change." —Sou V from Brooklyn Center, MN bought an AEM Brute Force Air Intakes for a 2004 Toyota Tundra.
"The install was easy and quick honestly it took more time to take the old intake out then putting in the new one. I noticed immediate increases in horsepower and throttle responce. Fantastic gas mileage on the highway distance driving but around town the MPG is average. Recommended product to anyone looking for better performance and highway gas mileage." —Stephen D from Arroyo Grande, CA bought a K&N 77 Series Metal Intake Kit for a 2004 Toyota Tundra.
"It was quite easy to install. Not sure if there are any gains, seems that now a days the computer will do any adjustments that are nessasary to compensate for the air flow differences. So that being said, I think the only real sign of horsepower gains would be at full throttle ! Other than that I think the stock air flow system will be adaquate for normal driving. But it does sound cool under full throttle acceleration !" —Benjamin T from Ballwin, MO bought a K&N 63 Series AirCharger High-Flow Intake Kit for a 2004 Toyota Tundra.
"I purchased this cold air over a K&N system based on the advice of the Tundra Headquarters website, http://www.tundraheadquarters.com/blog/toyota-tundra-cold-air-intakes/, and after receiving it, it appeared to be just as advertized.Installation went off without a hitch other than these 3 items; 1. The boot that connects the intake to the engine felt a bit loose and sloppy fitting for my liking, after tightening the clamp it felt secure, but bothered me the initial fit was so loose on the manifold.2. Included were 3 brass couplers and a plug, turns out I only needed 2 of the brass couplers, I had to figure this out for myself as there was no directions for using the plug to omit the 3rd plug that wasn't needed, I suppose it went to a vacuum line for an option I didn't have on my motor.3. And finally, the stock air flow sensor didn't fit in the hole they put in the new intake , I actually had to get my dremel tool out and bore it out a bit to get the part to fit, not a major problem, just a bother. that and the longer cheap flat head screws they provided to reattach the sensor, I recommend you get higher quality phillips or hex ones.Other than that these, it bolted right up. One thing I do recommend that is not part of the kit or instructions, is to adapt the stock snorkel to fit the new system, the snorkel is the short round tube on the end of the stock air box that passes thru the side wall too scoop air into the box, I just removed the rivet holding it on to the stock box and remounted it in the same spot.This thing rocks! It took about 200 miles for the ECU to readapt to the new air box, but now it growls and comes to life like a V8 should. like it was meant to. The JBA headers go on this weekend." —Marc G from Spokane, WA bought an aFe Cold Air Intakes for a 2004 Toyota Tundra.
"PROS:-Small increase to power-Small improvement to gas mileage-Great sound; not overpowering or excessive-IS CARB approved for CA residentsCONS:-Needs a little improvement on installation fit-CARB sticker is hidden by heat sheild (painful for CA smog test)Overall I love the intake. Would recommend it especially for customers that need the CARB exemption (despite what the site says) Would be 5 stars if the cons were addressed." —Ryan S from Sunnyvale, CA bought an Injen Power-Flow Cold Air Intake System for a 2004 Toyota Tundra.
"after receiving it I was told by the installer that it would void out my warrenty so I had to return it and pick out something else" —Ronald W from Lakeland, FL bought a K&N 63 Series AirCharger High-Flow Intake Kit for a 2004 Toyota Tundra.
"It has made a big difference and I should have done it sooner. The instructions need better pictures and the bracket does not fit flush with the indention in the body of the aircharger. Most importantly it gives the extra power as claimed.I'm pleased with the outcome and recommend everyone get one." —Robert M from Lynn Haven, FL bought a K&N 63 Series AirCharger High-Flow Intake Kit for a 2004 Toyota Tundra.