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Volant Customer Reviews

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Reviewed by Eric G (Los Angeles, CA Reviewed for a 2004 Cadillac CTS—2007-07-30 22:26:38

I have had K&N intakes in the past, but have not really felt a power difference after the install. The Volant CAI gave me a noticable increase of hourse power. I have a 2004 Cadillac CTS-V (400hp stock) and I was sceptical at first beacause adding 18hp did not seem like much. However, not only did I get an increase in HP but my fuel mileage has also increased.

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Reviewed by ALVARO B (Gustine, CA Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy C/K 1500—2006-07-17 07:20:53

Huge difference from stock. Excellent product and easy to install. Would recommend to anyone.

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Asked by Anonymous A.

6/7/2012 12:18:08 PM

Programmer Needed with Volant CAI?

I have purchased a Volant CAI for my 2004 Ford F-150; I have read reviews and am concerned about this intake needing a programmer to eliminate any engine codes (rich air) becoming a problem. Can you shed any light on this? Thanks.

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Answered by Elizabeth C. — 6/8/2012 1:04:14 PM

Hello. CAIs do not require the use of a programmer; however, an engine trouble code could pop up under different circumstances depending on other modifications you’ve made to the truck. If you order for the correct year/make/model, you will not see a problem. For information that is more definitive, you can contact Volant via their website. Thank you.

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Asked by Fernie I.

4/10/2012 9:22:46 PM

relocate horn

do i have to relocate the horn on my 2007 nissan frontier? can any one help.

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Answered by Michael K. — 4/11/2012 7:45:25 PM

Hi Fernie, we checked with Volant, and yes, you have to relocate the horn. However, Volant supplies the relocation bracket and needed hardware, which moves the horn assembly over about 2 inches.

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