Discussion in 'Performance' started by steve34459, Jan 30, 2018.
Sorry but that is also not worth it.
For your 2010 engine, yes, MIT is the way to go.
And I'm sure those people would be reading and posting about it in the '15+ section.
didn't see the section.....fixed.
I have had the MIT for a while...been mulling over how much hp I could get out of keeping just the stock box and high flow filter. found a deal on the rest of the airaid kit, cone and "housing" (shield) so i ordered it
I installed my Volant last night and took it for a spin. To me the sound was very noticeable. I also felt a difference in my seat of the pantsometer as well. I had to make some pulls as I was collecting data for the blackbear tune that I hope to get back today. but just the intake alone was noticeable for me. cant wait to get the tune on as well
I added a Volant a few months before my tune. I could definitely feel some difference. I tried a couple of APPS to check the 0-60 times and noticed a slight decrease there as well. Folks will state no improvement possible with CAI, then a few sentences later admit less restriction is gained via the smoother tubes. UH, less restrictions would most likely mean better flow thought the HP maker at WOT.
As you were...
you get cold air in the winter
you will get nothing but hot air in the summer
if cold air intakes worked and you got 2-3MPG more there would be a shortage because car manufactures would be using them..
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