Your Acadia can take you to almost any destination you can think of and it’s still comfortable enough to drive every day so it’s the kind of vehicle that you need to look after. Part of that means ensuring that it’s running at its best at all times and the best way to do that is by installing the right performance upgrades. We have a wide range of them to suit your Acadia and one of a very useful and cost effective one is the GMC Acadia air intake.
Your custom air intake is very important to the way your engine runs because the amount of air your engine gets and the temperature of that air affect the power and fuel usage you get. We have different types of intakes including short ram ones that use straighter pipes to the engine so that it gets a higher volume of air to burn and we have cold air intakes that will ensure your engine gets air at lower temperatures. Each intake has different benefits and we have them all so that you can get the performance improvement that best suits your particular tasks.
Let the engine of your vehicle breathe freely with a quality air intake system. To satisfy the requirement of the most discerning enthusiasts, we've carefully handpicked world-class air intake systems manufactured by the top names in the industry. Engineered to optimize the air path between the air filter and the engine, air intakes provide your vehicle with the maximum airflow and you with a noticeable increase in horsepower and torque. Read over 2 air intake system reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and choose the system that is perfect for you.
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Posted by Bernard M.
"After waiting some time for this product to be in stock again it was well worth the wait. Very easy to install, and I immediately notice the difference in power in my 2011 GMC Acadia. I recently took a 350 mile drive on one tank of fuel. I'm very happy with this product."
Posted by Steve O.
"The spacer did as it advertised. It added a little better pull when approaching hills. Can't say it added to the fuel mileage as we had snow and slush on the road and it wouldn't be a fair comparison, but we did drive 11 hrs 44 minutes. We got 11.7 L/100kms or 19.9 m/gal."