Reviewed By Jeffery J (Ripley, TN) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford Expedition —3/23/2015 8:21 PM
This thing sound good, looks good, and has excellent performance!!!
Reviewed By Todd S (Derwood, MD) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford Expedition —5/11/2009 10:40 AM
First, Auto Anything was great! Friendly people who know their stuff. I will definately purchase from them again. The Volant CAI I bought was great too. I was hoping for a boost in MPG. After 3-4 tank fulls of gas, the dashboad computer says that I've gone from an average of 13.4 MPG to 14.1 MPG. While I have not taken a long trip yet to test highway mileage, I suspect the MPG improvement will be more like a full mile to the gallon. According to Volant, HP and torque gains are 16 and 18. I can tell that the truck drives better. The throttle seems more responsive. It was not that loud either. I drive clients around in my truck. Had it been too loud, it could have caused a problem. Volant told me that it would be quieter than other brands because the air filter is enclosed in a box. I am happy with the noise level, or lack there of. Installation was easy - took a little time and fit like a glove. Volant forgot one of the rubber hoses. So, make sure you check the parts list before you go to install it. Volant provided a tech support number on the included instructions. A real person answered the phone - and the part was in the mail that day! Other remaks mention problems with the gasket for the mass-flow air sensor - I suspect some of those problems were because the factory gasket (it's like an o ring) had not been removed. I amost had similar problems until the factory gasket was removed. Then, everything fit together like it was meant to. By the way, it looks great when you pop the hood!
Reviewed By Lawrence H (Village of Lakewood, IL) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford Expedition —11/15/2007 9:24 AM
Recieved the K&N intake kit from AutoAnything. Everything was there and the instructions were clear. There were some differences between the text instruction and my vehicle. There was nothing there that prevented me from completing the install. However, during certain points in the install the instruction became guidelines rather than the law. I was impressed by the overall fit of the kit. Everything matched up well and I was able to complete the install in about an hour. The only thing that slowed me down was the purchase of a drill bit to accomodate the brake booster on my vehicle. I have had the air intake on about a week. I haven't been able to measure the gas mileage, but the performance is noticeable and the sound is great. Next step is to install a Gibson Cat-Back system. I will be measuring the fuel economy after that install.