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I recently purchased a 2014 Ford Explorer sport in the metallic black. So far, I love it. I like adding after market air intakes and exhaust systems to my vehicles, as I find it helps improve gas mileage. Does anyone know what is out there for the 2014?
 

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Do not order the K&N cold air intake #77-2575KS. It does not fit on the 2014 Explorer Sport. The mechanic was on the phone with K&N for an hour and K&N admitted that they made a mistake. I am now looking for either a Roush or a Hennessey
 

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I been wanting to know the same. I bet fuel economy would be better by a small margin if a intake was purchased but it may be at most maybe 1mpg better.
 

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Airraid intakes and Solo exhausts are the best imo.
Get the dry filters not the ones you need to spray.
The old way of spraying is becoming a thing of the past because the oil gets into the intake.
 

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I recently purchased a 2014 Ford Explorer sport in the metallic black. So far, I love it. I like adding after market air intakes and exhaust systems to my vehicles, as I find it helps improve gas mileage. Does anyone know what is out there for the 2014?
K&N just came out with a cold air intake system (part # 69-3531TS) The instructions specify it is for 2013/15 Explorer Sport, 2011/15 Taurus SHO, V6-3.5L EcoBoost.

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