trust me, you will never see the claims in horse power gains from the intake manufactuers. just replace the filter and be done with it
This is a discussion on K and N vs. Volant within the Performance forums, part of the General Discussion category; im looking to get an intake for my 2007 classic 4.3l silverado, i already have flowmaster exhaust, and i am ...
im looking to get an intake for my 2007 classic 4.3l silverado, i already have flowmaster exhaust, and i am wondering which is better, i know the k and n gives 8.xx hp gain; and the volant says 8-10. anyone have any experience with either. thanks
I have a Volant without the ram air scoop and the Intake Air temp is higher than the outside temp. I have ordered the scoop and we will see how that turns out.
2003 Silverado 5.3 4x4, MSD wires, HPtuners and Volant CAI.
i have a 97 chevy fullsize and i like the volant setup. the k@n kept popping off my throttle body when i was out on the logging roads, and i had the intake put on tight and correctly.. you wont be able to feel the power difference with either since it is so miner of a gain. but your mpg will go up a little depending on your driving habits.
my friend has an S&B intake was cheaper then k&N, works pretty good so far
if you look at those gains they are at 4,000-5,000 rpms.
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