All about the fuel mileage
Reviewed By Jack P (CINCINNATI, OH) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford Expedition —4/1/2015 10:25 AM
My parents use my expedition to haul my dad's Wheelchair. Where they live is all hills. Trying to improve the fuel mileage up from 5 MPG, I also ordered a throttle body spacer and a MAF. With all 3 installed, fuel mileage is now at 13. Since my truck is at Max payload at all times, I've also installed E3 plugs, Magnaflow exhaust with their hi flow cats, 4 Bilstein shocks and truck/tow pads with slotted and drilled rotors
Pass On Volant
Reviewed By Erik H (Oakland, CA) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford Expedition —11/22/2011 8:05 PM
This CAI is for a 2005 Ford Expedition: 1) Intake material looks cheap. 2) Directions might as well be in Chinese. Don't expect them to be vehicle specific. 3) Kit came with extra hardware, just not the right hardware. 4) Had to drill extra holes to mount the air box because not enough were drilled, and the ones that were drilled were extremely sloppy. Rough edges all around the one hole that was drilled. Totally unprofessional in my opinion. Actually, they were punched through, not drilled. 5) Sent an email to Volant, and no reply, however, AutoAnything's customer service was top notch the entire time. 6) After install, and adding my own pieces to make it work, it seems to perform well. The cone filter is the one to go with. Bypass the "Powercore" filter. That is a joke. 7) Bottom line: Go with another company. I don't know how this company stays in business.