Volant 150576 vs 15957

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  1. th3 shifty

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    I’m thinking top one. Looking at pics on Summit it looks like our boxes.
    That’s based solely on pics and reading the reviews, which also say it’s no good w/throttle body spacer if you have one (snake oil IMO).
     
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    one will use the top part of your current intake the other has a new tb top. the stock tb top has a silencer box so the second one will have a slightly more noticeable growl from the engine bay. probably the only real difference. also i had the tb spacer paired with the k&n version. if you space the couplers right it works fine. also yes tb spacers are marketed to try and push sales. the only benefit is marginally beneficial mpg gains. so dont waste your money on a tb spacer unless your trying to milk out less than .5 mpg gain. i usually run one for that purpose but i didnt notice enough of a mpg gain to deal with the hassle of fighting with a cai intake plumbing to make it fit.
     

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