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I had a Volent on my 2010 CM and loved it. It certainly didn't hurt performance or mpg but I can't say it helped but it did sound cool. To me the biggest selling point was the filter element. Volent uses a Donaldson filter element good for 60k miles or so. Donaldson filters are the same used by the US Military on choppers in the Sandbox.

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Can someone explain why the high-flow intake would cause a drop in low end torque? Is it noticeable while driving or is it the kind of drop you'd only notice on a dyno? She pulls pretty good off the line when you put your foot in right now - I was thinking about changing the stock intake for sound's sake but not if it's going to hurt performance. (2006 TRD 4.7 L with Flowmaster 50)
That was with intake exhaust combo.The filter really does nothing.The stock filter is huge and flows just fine just less area and gets dirty faster.Dont get fooled by media and advertiesments.There are no performance gains unless you mod your motor and tune just like the old days these days its just digital and ecu adjustments not increasing intake and turning a screw driver to add more fuel with the added air.If your supporting a super charger yes these mods would benefit even a larger diameter pipe and headers but adding some of these parts could take away performance if you don't have the added hp to make use of them.The air filter does absolutely nothing bet extend cleaning or replacing periods.


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I have always had mixed results with the cold air intake mods.
I had a 2002 4Runner that i modded the stock air box and piping, drop in K&N filter and deck plate mod. Mostly just got louder response and dirtier oil at changes, not much HP or mpg gains.
My 2006 F150 same thing , until I added the headers and exhaust. Then it needed to breathe more, but I did get some HP increase and slight mpg gains.
I am of the opinion that my money is best spent else when engine mods are concerned. Stock air filter on this new truck should work for now.

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