The Ford Bronco Sport is a capable machine, but in today’s day and age, there is no such thing as enough power. This means that you can make your Bronco Sport a lot more capable by adding various bits of performance mods onto it that will make your Bronco quicker both on and off-road.

You can achieve more power through various methods, but maintaining the car’s efficiency and reliability requires you to go for the highest-quality mods. Thankfully, you’ve come to the right place as we have the best aftermarket Ford Bronco Sport Performance and Intake mods in the business!

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Which Performance/Intake Mods Exist?

Cold Air Intake

This mod replaces the factory airbox and air filter with a larger, less restrictive air filter and a longer intake pipe that draws cooler air from outside the engine bay. This increases airflow to the engine, which boosts power.

Performance Intake Manifold

This mod replaces the factory intake manifold with one that has larger, smoother runners that increase airflow to the engine. These are especially important for maintaining the car’s OEM reliability records, so be sure to go for one that boosts power but in a controlled and dependable manner.

Chip Tuning

These mods reprogram the car's computer to optimize engine performance. These benefit your horsepower, torque, and throttle response. It’s best to combine these with mods such as cold air intakes and more free-flowing exhaust systems in order to perfectly set up your software and hardware mods.

Exhaust Mods

Upgrading the exhaust system can improve engine efficiency and increase horsepower. This can be achieved through the installation of a performance exhaust header, high-flow catalytic converter, and performance muffler. If you want to go all out, you can replace all of these, but you can also be sensible and keep some of the OEM exhaust system pieces in place.

Are Car Performance Mods Illegal?

The legality of car performance modifications varies depending on the specific modification and the location where the car is being driven. Some performance modifications may be illegal in certain areas or countries, while others may be legal but require certification or approval from a regulatory body.