The Tribute has the ability to drive you to almost any destination you can think of but whether you’re driving it to work or you’re driving it off the paved roads and away from civilization you need it to be running at its best. That means that you need the right performance upgrades so you’ve come to the right place because we have a wide range of them and we have them at low prices. Our Mazda Tribute air intakes are a great example of spending a little money and getting some big benefits!
You know that your engine uses a mixture of air and fuel to run so air intakes are important because they control the amount of air reaching your engine and its temperature. We have all the different types including cold air intakes which will ensure that your engine gets cooler air so that it can burn it easier or short ram intakes which will remove the restrictions of your standard intake so that your engine gets a higher volume of air. You can find the right performance improvements to suit your driving style and we have them at great prices!
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.
"I absolutely love my new intake. Gives my 03 Tribute a really good and kind of deep racy sound when I accelerate. It looks good too. Throttle response is a bit better, nothing special. It feels a little quicker from when I really put my foot on the gas. Overall a great product. "
"The intake works pretty good and looks really sweet. It was a bit of a pain to put on and I didn't have enough room for the heat shield. I would still tell people to get one though."