For many, the urge to stay in the enthusiast world stays after needing to upgrade to more family-friendly vehicles. Thankfully, Ford has kept with many enthusiasts in the efforts to make family vehicles sportier than ever with the Sport model on vehicles like the Explorer. Before the Explorer ST performance model, enthusiasts were able to get their hands on the Sport, but for those who wanted to customize their vehicles how they saw fit, the aftermarket world opened up more than ever. With the suspension, engine upgrades, and exhaust work, these Explorers went from practical family cars to weekend toys.
For those who want a simple place to start when modifying their 2011-2019 Ford Explorer, an upgraded cold air intake is a great place to start. Improving airflow, adding slight horsepower increases, and looking great under the hood, this is one of the best options for the enthusiast who is just getting started with upgrading the family truckster. If you want to remain with the stock look, adding a drop-in filter is a great way to do so from K&N or other brands. For the enthusiast who wants an upgraded look, parts from Airaid, aFe Power, and other brands are perfect in giving you the tuner or modified engine bay look you are after.
Here at Steeda, we have been upgrading and modifying Ford vehicles for road use and track use for over 35 years and in that time we have seen what it takes to turn these vehicles into the ultimate in performance. We have tested these upgrades on personal vehicles we have both for work and for personal pleasure and through this, we have seen how effective they are on these vehicles. We know these intakes meet our personal requirements for quality, and for that reason, we are happy to offer them to you.
Vehicles in this Category:2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023 Ford Explorer ST, Sport, Limited, Platinum, XLT and base models
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