Shep in Florida
Reviewed By Shepperd N (OCALA, FL) Reviewed for a 2000 Chevy S10 Pickup —11/7/2014 4:40 AM
I long debated if i should install 1 of these. But my 2000 S10 2.2L automatic was so slow if I ran the 1/4 mile I'd have to clock it with calender! I installed the K&N cold air intake along with a Magnaflow catback exhaust (both from Autoanything) and the results were almost instant! I now have better response from red light and more "oomph" on the expressway. It's not neck snapping performance,but it is noticeable. Mpg is also up by 1 1/2 miles. All in all, money well spent.
S-10 AIR INTAKE WITH AIRBOX Part # 15643
Reviewed By Michael P (Fredericksburg, VA) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy S10 Pickup —1/9/2012 6:49 AM
The S-10 "Air Intake Kit with Enclosed Air Box" is not an accurate description of the product. It is actually just an air box replacement for the stock OEM airbox that attaches to the stock air intake duct from Mass Air Flow Sensor to Throttlebody. The description below is flawed in that no "Volant Air Duct" is included except for a 3 1/2 inch sleeve of rubber/silicon that joints the Volant air box replacement to the Mass Air Flow sensor. "Volant Air Duct: Factory air inlet ducts use sound baffles and awkward bends which restrict flow. Our Cross-Link polyethylene air ducts are sculptured to give the engine less restrictive breathing. Incorporating larger diameters and unique bends, that can't be duplicated with metal ducts, allow for maximum airflow velocity and throttle response." While Auto Anything customer service was helpful the bottom line is that the advertisement is misleading and the higher than $200 price for just an airbox should make you do some additional research before purchasing this product.
Reviewed By Michael M (SEFFNER, FL) Reviewed for a 1990 Chevy S10 Pickup —6/19/2014 11:20 PM
It did exactly what it said and more. My truck has never sounded better. Ive also noticed a huge difference in gas mileage. It literally took 10 minutes to install. The only problem i had was the fact that the instructions didn't mention what to do about the place on the intake manifold where the stock intake hose connected. Its just left open. Ended up fabricating a plug for it. Worked like a charm. :-)