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- Bolster horsepower, torque and even MPG with the Volant Cold Air Intake System
- Custom-designed for your specific car, truck or SUV
- Molded polyethylene ducts give your engine a clear, cool air passage
- Volant intakes offer 2 filter options: Donaldson® PowerCore® Filtration Technology and Pro 5 Filters
- PowerCore Filters improve filtration up to 99.97% and are maintenance-free for up to 150,000 miles on the road, intended for dusty off-road performance
- Pro 5 Filters utilize layers of oiled cotton gauze for up to 15,000 miles of maintenance free driving, intended for daily driving
- Some models equipped with a power-inducing enclosed air box to block heat and provide optimal filtration
- Easy-open box lid offers quick filter access
- Stainless-steel marine-grade clamps withstand engine heat and the elements
- Most models install in 1 hour or less (minor modifications may be required)
- Volant offers a 1-year warranty on intake parts and Pro-5 Filters, and a 4-year or 100,000 mile warranty on PowerCore Filters and Performance Air Intake products
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The rocket scientists at Volant have outdone themselves with this one. The Volant Cold Air Intake System lets your engine breathe huge gulps of cool, power-producing air for a massive performance boost. Increases of up to 18 horsepower, 40 ft/lbs of torque and even bolstered MPG are yours with Volant.
The Hi-Flow Velocity Air Box breathes in oodles of performance-enhancing air via the massive air duct. Many Volant Cold Air Intakes also include an enclosed air box that takes power and efficiency higher. Some drivers even report an increase in gas mileage by 1 to 2 miles per gallon. What's more, it can take less than an hour using standard household tools to replace the old, suffocating factory air box.
Best yet, Volant gives most vehicles a performance filter choice: the original high-performance cotton-gauze filter with cleaning intervals of 35,000-50,000 miles, or the oil-free PowerCore® air filter, requiring maintenance after a whopping 100,000 miles.
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Volant Cold Air Intakes Customer Reviews
1997 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Danny A (KINGWOOD, TX) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford F-350 — Sep 13, 2018 8:42 PM
Air itake system was well packaged and protected well for shipping. Made well and has high quality apperance. The only issues I had were that the hardware for the filter housing and stock MAP sensor was too short to use to put the two pieces together, had to buy about 1/2 inch longer bolts to put the intake system together. Too the rubber adapter and clamps were hard to secure to the throttle body and and stay on, had to wrap intake lip with electrical tape to get cold air intake hose to stay.
Reviewed by Daniel H (OCEANSIDE, CA) Reviewed for a 2014 Chevy Silverado — Aug 29, 2018 8:34 PM
Only reasons I didn't give 5* across the board is because i expected more mpg with what I read from others and the description. Noticed 1 mpg better. Doesn't fit perfectly with the opening in the side where air comes in from the fender. With that, this being the only addition I've made so far to the performance of my 14 silverado, I smile every time I hear that mass airflow into the engine. I noticed the power and better throttle response. I'd take this over a K&N for sure.
Reviewed by Randall A (AUBURNDALE, FL) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Avalanche — Aug 23, 2018 4:02 AM
Reviewed by David T (Houston, TX) Reviewed for a 2006 Nissan Xterra — Aug 16, 2018 10:17 AM
Requires relocating the horn. Air box is so large you will have to remove it entirely to changea headlight. Bolt holes do not align properly, and the intake tube is at the wrong angle with the throttle body.