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Volant Cold Air Intakes Part #3535362 Customer Reviews
11 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Jerry C (PRATTSVILLE, AR) Reviewed for a 2012 GMC Sierra — Mar 16, 2014 7:01 AM
SOME SORT OF INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE RAM SCOOP NEEDED ATTENTION (THERE WAS NO INSTRUCTIONS) VOLANTS TECH SERVICE WAS GREAT BUT SIMPLE INSTALL TOOK HOURS OF FIGURING OUT. THE POWERCORE SYSTEM GREAT THE WHOLE SYSTEM WAS JUST AWESOME ANOTHER MENTION IS SOME SCREWS WERE MISSING. BACK TO THE HARDWARE STORE I WENT. I RECCOMEND THE VOLANT VORTICE THROTLE BODY SPACER.! IT WAS GREAT BOLTS WERE 6MM TOO LONG THOUGH BACK TO THE HARDWARE STORE
Reviewed by Jorge O (Dallas, TX) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado — Jan 24, 2014 9:18 AM
I had been looking at all the CAI's on the market and finally decided on the Volant system , glad I did ( and don't regret it one bit!) . It is high quality and a breeze to install . I'm over all very happy with my purchase ,and AutoAnything and their customer service is awesome !!!
Reviewed by James S (SIERRA VISTA, AZ) Reviewed for a 2010 GMC Sierra — Nov 15, 2013 12:53 PM
Great CAI but volant gives you no instuction. I have had my CAI with ram scoop installed for about 3 weeks now and city driving I see aproxmently 1mpg gain High way loking at about 2 to 2.5 mpg gain while doing 65 and under.
Reviewed by Charlie S (Hattiesburg, MS) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Silverado — May 28, 2013 8:18 PM
I didn't like the fact that Volant said it had details instruction when all that came with the kit and on the website was a detailed parts list and pictures. Luckily since I'm highly mechanically inclined I was able to figure out what needed cutting out and what parts went where. I think Volant should rethink their instruction method. But by no means does it take away from the value of the product.
Reviewed by Jeffrey S (Mesa, AZ) Reviewed for a 2010 GMC Sierra — Jul 08, 2012 11:32 AM
I purchased the Volant intake with the ram air scoop. The product is great and I took my weekly trip to Tucson from Phoenix driving the same speeds I always do (and resisting the temptation to floor it all the time to hear the great sound!). My mileage for the round trip was 2.4 MPG better than I usually get. I have the Superchips programmer and set it up for mileage a few months before getting the Volant and the program assumes having a CAI installed. I also installed the Volant TBI spacer. The bad part was the instructions for installation. They are non-existant. They don't tell you where the brackets go, what has to be removed from the truck, how to put the scoop in and connect to the CAI, what goes first, etc. You are totally left to guess how the heck it goes together and what to connect it to. Also, the holes in CAI cover do not line up with the screw holes in the box, so none of the screw heads are centered. I am very pleased with the function of the product, but c'mon Volant guys, put in the effort to provide detailed instructions and line up the holes!!
Reviewed by Robert W (FLINT, MI) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado — Jun 30, 2012 3:47 PM
I did a lot of research before purchasing the Volant CAI w/scoop. The main negative thing I came across with the Volant was the high price. I was hesistant myself but I'm so glad i purchased the Volant. Boy, what a difference this thing makes in your ride. After installation I fired my Silverado up. I didn't notice much difference until I pushed the accelerator down. Woah! Where did that sound come from?? She sounded like I just put a new exhaust on her. I took my truck for a drive and wow what a difference. The growl coming out her made me smile. I was up to 60 mph very fast. This Volant had this truck breathing like never before. I can't help myself to stay out of the peddle. I dig the sound. Installation was not too bad at all. Hardest part was installing the scoop but its really not too bad. Just some advice from me, buy the scoop with it if you purchase one. I know its more money but if your gonna pay this much for the Volant throw a little more in and get the scoop. You will be glad you did so. I also went with the Powercore filter. Do not have to mess with for 100k? I like that a lot. I just installed today so I can't tell you if I'm saving gas or not but that is not why I bought the Volant. I wanted to let this 5.3 get some air and increase my horsepower and did it ever do the job. I doubt I will get better gas mileage because I just can't stay out of the peddle. The sound is addicting. Auto Anything was the cheapest price I found for the Volant after checking many websites. Arrived with all the pieces with fast shipping. I will be a repeat customer for sure. I have a couple of pics of Volant on my truck. It looks like I can only upload one pic. Instead of showing the Volant under the hood, I will show the pic of the scoop hanging below the air dam up front on the truck so you can see how it sits.
Reviewed by jimmy p (Longview, TX) Reviewed for a 2009 Chevy Silverado — Apr 24, 2012 9:40 PM
All in all nice setup. seems to have made a difference, BUT!!!!! I ordered the lower air scoop system. This was a pointless waste of money. The air box itself has 3 open passages. so the ram air scoop cant make the air box force any more air into the intake itself.The scoop intake is right at a foot off the ground, so on hot summer days, you only be getting super heated air off the road. I guess my point is, stay away from the ram air scoop system. The standerd cold air intake system will work way better.
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