Jeep Air Intakes

    About Jeep Performance Air Intake Systems

    At we have created an extensive collection of aftermarket Jeep air intakes. If you are looking for an air intake system that will really benefit performance and responsiveness of your favorite SUV, you’ll easily find it in our online catalogue. Our cold air and short ram intakes and aftermarket filters come from the most renowned makers of performance parts. This means that you don’t need to go anywhere else to get a high-quality air intake system – everything is right here, on our website.

    Do you know why your vehicle needs a new air intake? The task of a stock air intake system is filtering the air and delivering it into an engine. Unfortunately most OE intakes restrict the airflow and an engine isn’t receiving as much air as it should. To improve it performance, many drivers prefer to install a custom air intake, which is meant to optimize the airflow. Thanks to larger diameter tubes and bigger open filters, these systems can easier deliver the necessary amount of air. They are usually equipped with heat shields to protect the filter from the engine heat. There are also cold air intakes in our store. They suck cooler ambient air from outside the engine compartment. Proceed to your Jeep model and year and choose a high-quality air intake!

    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 44 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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    The easiest way to improve airflow to your engine is just by changing your stock air filter to an aftermarket performance air filter. There’s an aftermarket air intake system for every budget and every application. Even if you have a hot rod or custom car, or if your car’s just not listed in a catalog, you can still get a quality system. Everyone, regardless of vehicle, can benefit from an aftermarket air intake system.

    Customer Reviews
    2011 Jeep Wrangler
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    "I replaced another aftermarket intake system with this one. My Jeep sounds better, and I have noticed marked increase in fuel economy on average (20.5MPG up from 17.2MPG) when I drive nicely. Naturally, if your foot gets heavy, you won't see mileage increases with this installation. Installation took me about 25 minutes. It's very cut-and-dry, with few tools required. Annoying is that the tools that are required are hex keys. Not a big deal, but some people won't have them lying around."

    2013 Jeep Wrangler
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    "I installed this with a Borla cat back exhaust on a 2012 Jeep Wrangler JK Rubicon. It made the exhaust note louder, that's for sure. I'm not sure if I really feel any more power or torque, it might just be the exhaust note that makes it feel more powerful. I am really looking for increase MPGs and I have noticed a difference there. As far as installation goes, it wasn't that difficult because it is just an intake system, however every bolt, or nut, or screw is a different size or type. I can't understand why they couldn't make all the hex bolts or torque screws the same size when they served similar purpose. There is a lot more to it then the YouTube video from AirAid. Having to use a hacksaw was not ideal either. I left the air filter cover off and stored it for someday when I'm in the mud or in deep water. Using only the stock "cold air" snorkel seemed that it would create a bottleneck and restrict the airflow to the same as it was with the stock intake. All in all, I'm glad I made the purchase and would do it again."

    2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
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    "I have a 2001 Grand Cherokee with the 4.7 motor. I am extremely satisfied with the AirAid intake system. Combined with a free flow exhaust and a stage two kit from jet (chip). This Jeep has turned into a giggle ride. Every time I get on it, I'm still giggling. Thanks, CARiD."

    2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee
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    "This is a well made product, but due to it being aluminum, it retains a lot of under hood heat. I would now opt for a plastic or carbon fiber unit to minimize this."

    2006 Jeep Liberty
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    "It has made a tremendous difference in my car. Not only is a greater volume of air going into the engine but it is cutting down my fuel cost. I am seeing about 15 to 23 horsepower difference and an increase in gas mileage from 26 MPG to 30/31 on the highway. I definitely recommend this part."