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Old 03-13-2009
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what the hell is that?? lets talk about this abit haha.


Volant = 2 inlets

S&b = 1
the s&b has 2inlets also... but i am way way too lazy to take out mine for a pic.

It looks like the scratches i put in the paint from tring to remove the stock air box are rusting.. so ill have to hit em with the rattle can.

The picture i posted of the supercharger is from a company based in Australia on a Aussie ranger , They sell the kits but if i remember correct it was over 7k

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Old 03-13-2009
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Is it a dry filter or oiled?

I am not gonna lie, I really wish I'd have gone with that over my K&N for the fact that the filter is completely enclosed and not drawing in the heat of the engine.

this has inspired me to build a better heat shield for mine :)
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Old 03-13-2009
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I think its dry filter but dont quote me I havent had to clean it yet.
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Old 03-31-2009
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Originally Posted by edge186 View Post
Is it a dry filter or oiled?
Volants are oiled. http://volant.com/edetail.asp?ID=50&ptype=f
My ideal intake would be Volant hardware with an AEM cone.
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Old 04-02-2009
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Volant offeres a dry filter, called the powercore I believe. I ran a K&N system on my truck with an AEM cone filter, I also prefer dry filters.
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