Yes I have. You wont see any noticeable power or gas mileage gains, but it sounds cool. I just pieced mine together with tubing from autozone and a Spectre filter. I will be ordering an amsoil filter as soon as I have the extra cash.
2002 Overland - 4.7 HO, "Select-Drive", 4" RC long arms, TAG front winch bumper, 32" BFG KM's, 3" exhaust, Magnaflow hi-flow cat, Flowmaster 50 series
Just so you know its not going to be cold air unless you have a way of blocking off engine heat. I dont think they really help at all, only good for sound. If you cant block the engine heat it may be worse for power, modify the stock airbox like JonM81 did so it will pull cold air in from the grill.
I have read that it does make a difference and it doesn't. Personally I think it would sound sweet but that is not my reason for wanting to do it. I guess I am mainly wondering if it helps with mpg and if there is an increase in power. If I end up doing it I am probably not going to buy one because it would be more money than I can afford right now so I would probably buy the tubing and stuff to do it myself. I am just hesitant because I don't want to do all that work and not gain anything other than it sounding better. So, if anyone has pics of what they did please share.
1999 WJ, 4" BDS Suspension Lift, Cragar 342 Series Wheels, Westin Front Brush Guard, 265/75/r16 Cooper STT's FOR SALE!!
1955 Willy's M38A1 Project
Here ya go! It looks much better cleaned up... I planned on screening it somehow, but never got around to it. Never had any problems. I only oil the bottom side of the filter to avoid ingesting the oil in the TB.
Like I said, I only cut away the bottom side mostly in the front to allow mostly cool air in. Easy 15min job and 35-45 bux for the filter...
La Vernia, TX
2004 WJ Grand Cherokee Laredo
4.0L Straight Six w/ 140xxx Miles
K&N Drop In w/ Air Box Mod
gosh I don't have any pics of mine. It's just a couple of those chrome tubes and a spectre filter on the end from Autozone. I wish I would have the top to the filter housing so I could make it draw are from the front, but all mine does is sound cool. I need to fab a cover for it so it can pull from the fender well or grill sometime. If your lookign for mileage, you may try regear....265's is a bit tire also depending on what rating you got adds weight. I remeber on my TJ a 245/75/16 in E rating weighed around 54 lbs for a goodyear MTR and a light truck tire like replaced was a the kumho somethings that were c rated and only weighed 36lbs per tire. I saw an improvement there!