Not sure which 2009 Toyota Tundra 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:
"Easy to install on my 2009 Toyota Tundra crew max. Slight increase in MPG. Only problem is with gap between right front fender and intake chamber. Quick fix with a little creativity though." —Ernest G from Whittier, CA bought an aFe Cold Air Intakes for a 2009 Toyota Tundra, 5.7L V8.
"The install sheet is a joke. The gains I'm sure are measurable only by a computer. I wouldn't mind a little more noise either pretty close to stock in the sound department. You can only hear it at low rpm open throttle as is climbs threw the rpm's." —Justin Z from Rancho Cucamonga, CA bought a Volant Cold Air Intakes for a 2009 Toyota Tundra, 5.7L V8.
"Great throaty sound coupled with HP increase. Should pay for itself in a year." —Jennifer K from Marquette, KS bought an aFe Cold Air Intakes for a 2009 Toyota Tundra, 5.7L V8.
"This filter assembly is awesome!!! I recommend to everyone that has the hesitation, not enough air. This made a huge difference. Throttle responds is instant." —Brad H from Haughton, LA bought a K&N 63 Series AirCharger High-Flow Intake Kit for a 2009 Toyota Tundra, 5.4L V8.
"Product was great and shipping was very fast. Instalation was not difficult at all but the instructions were a kittle unclear. Overall appearance and performance was as expected." —Juan S from Victoria, TX bought an aFe Cold Air Intakes for a 2009 Toyota Tundra, 4.7L V8.
"Installation was easy took about 1 hour. Hose connection to throttle body was not a friction fit, hose is approx 1/16" larger ID than throttle body OD. Other 3 hose to piping connections were all friction fit. Clamp tension is all that is holding the hose to the throttle body. Induction noise increased but not to a objectionable level, actually sounds good. Throttle response was greatly improved along with seat of the pants acceleration feeling. Start-up after installation was flaweless, smooth idle, and acceleration, did not detect any "relearn" hesitation or rough idle issues." —William S from Columbia Falls, MT bought a K&N 57 Series FIPK Air Intake (Fuel Injection Performance Kit) for a 2009 Toyota Tundra.
"Ok, this thing was by far the hardest of the 6 intakes I've installed on my own cars in the past years. The plastic tube is cheesy looking and too long. It also keeps the "beauty cover" from snapping all the way down, and everytime I open the hood it has moved. Instructions were complete, it's just a bad design for the heat shield mounting. The sound, however, is very good. I have seen an improvement of 0.8-1.1 MPG on long fast freeway drives, but not during average driving. In my opinion, this is very expensive for a plastic tube! Overall I would definatly go with the AEM intake. The tube is aluminum, it also sports a dry filter, and it looks a million times better whith the hood up." —Evan Y from Escondido, CA bought an aFe Cold Air Intakes for a 2009 Toyota Tundra.
"The purchase of the aFe cold air intake was a solid decision. Overall installation was easy except for the trim seal which could be designed better. Everything else was a perfect fit. Shipping time was minimal and had it installed within one week of ordering. Sounds solid and made an immediate difference in power." —Chuck F from West Richland, WA bought an aFe Cold Air Intakes for a 2009 Toyota Tundra, 5.7L V8.
"I bought this for my 2009 toyota tundra, the sales rep told me that this would probably be a good fit. This was not an exact fit. The hole for the intake did not line up with the hole in my fender well. I would wait for the 2009 version to come out if you wanna buy this for your 2009 tundra." —Chadwick R from Kodiak, AK bought a Volant Cold Air Intakes for a 2009 Toyota Tundra, 5.7L V8.
"This intake is not cheap, although AutoAnything.com had the best price that I could find. It is a big, well-built intake. Installation was easy, but the directions that come with the intake are poor. My truck is still "adjusting" itself to the intake after having the battery disconnected, but it does seem a bit peppier and sounds great. The sound isn't annoying or overwhelming, but a pleasant reminder of what is under the hood." —Daniel L from Chester, ME bought a Volant Cold Air Intakes for a 2009 Toyota Tundra, 5.7L V8.
"After doing my research on the Web, this proved to be exactly what I thought it was going to be/ They have apparently made a few minor adjustments for the 2009 Tundra to help with the seal against the fender. The inly issue I have is the kit seems to need a second spacer to better balance and attach the plastic 5.7 liter cover that goes on top of the engine." —Fred N from Nolensville, TN bought a Volant Cold Air Intakes for a 2009 Toyota Tundra, 5.7L V8.