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Old 09-28-2013, 09:59 AM
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Have usually been a KN fan but have heard that Volant are better. So I decided to give it a shot, got it a few days ago and slapped it in, instantly I noticed a HUGE difference, my truck responds so much faster, almost 5mpg gain freey way about 1-2 city. Plus it gives the engine a nice beefy sound and it looks cooler than KN. Couldnt be happier!
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Looks great! Looking to get one for my 2015 super duty 6.2L.
Heard volant was good.
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the only way an air filter will raise MPG is if the old one was dirty .
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Just so you know there is no way you saw anything close to those mpg gains, its not possible. They do sound good though, i will agree with that.
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