Discussion in 'Performance' started by Dan Acosta, Jan 8, 2018.
I have an 05 Tahoe.
I like the idea of having the unrestricted intake tube between the stock filter box (which works well with both stock & performance setups) and the TB BUT I definitely wouldn't pay over $100 for said tube, especially on a bone stock engine. If anything I would get 1 of those $30 eBay knockoffs but i couldn't justify spending more than that for what little gain.
yea just go on ebay. I paid $40 for mine
Volant ALL THE WAY, best intake for the cost and performance hands down.
Volant Cold Air Intakes
Pro 5 Enclosed Intake System
2009 Chevy Tahoe
Part #: 15453
269$ shipped plus the rebate
I got this (actually need to find out about the mail in rebate I was supposed to get $50)
I just installed a K&N in my 2015 Tahoe. I thought something was wrong with my install when I took it for a ride with my wife that evening. You can really hear the growl when you accelerate. My wife was like "This is supposed to be a luxury vehicle!". So needless to say, she didn't like it very much. I just turned to her and made the Tim the Tool Man sound and that was the end of that! I got used to it quickly and I ended up liking the growling noise. It is supposed to provide additional horsepower and a little better mileage due to the nature of feeding the engine more air when needed but I would think it is nominal.
But it is my 2nd mod behind the LED foglights and was a fun little project since everything fit perfectly.
Now on to research a leveling kit!
This is a luxury vehicle. (queue Tool Man grunt):
Does your K&N run an oiled or dry filter?
Be nosy and curious why u asky?
I guess I should have also asked where the OP lives. Just curious on driving conditions for oiled vs dry application.
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