1971 Mustang Cold Air Intakes
As you might have guessed from its name, the purpose of a cold air intake is to bring cold air into your vehicle’s engine to aid in the internal combustion reactions that occur within. Throughout the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s, Mustangs were equipped with a thermostatic air intake mechanism that helped regulate the air temperature inside the engine intakes. Warm air was provided when the engine was cold, and cold air was provided when the engine was warm. In this way, performance and efficiency were balanced. Nowadays, you can also find aftermarket cold air intake systems to improve performance and efficiency without breaking the bank. Have a look today at our 1971 Mustang cold air intakes and let us know if you have any questions!
1971 Cold Air Intakes
Improve Engine Performance and Efficiency With a Cold Air Intake SystemA cold air intake system — as its name might suggest — cools the air going into your engine to improve efficiency and performance. Investing in one of these systems is a fantastic way of boosting performance in a cost-effective manner.
Affordable Parts and Kits: We’re Here to Save You MoneyWhether you’re in the market for an all-new aftermarket cold air intake kit for your 1971 Mustang, or you just need a few spare parts, we have your back at CJ Pony Parts. A 1971 Mustang cold air intake system is a cost-effective piece of equipment that will give your Mustang’s engine a big boost.
By taking in ample cold air to cool the engine when it gets warm, your vehicle will be able to deliver massive performance gains — all without burning a hole in your wallet. At CJ Pony Parts, we carry a huge variety of cold air intake kits and spare parts, and we know you’ll find exactly the parts you need to get the job done quickly and affordably.