Cold Air Intake | 1999-2007c | Silverado |Sierra | Avalanche | GM SUV - Volant Performance

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Closed Box Air Intake (15153) 1999-2007c Silverado/Sierra, 1999-06 GM SUV 4.8/5.3/6.0L V8

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  • Volant air intake systems utilize a high-velocity venturi filter adapter which provides a smooth transition through the MAF sensor into the intake tube for a much needed airflow improvement over the factory rubber tubing and resonator box. Volant's Cool Air box is larger than the factory unit and incorporates a larger opening to collect a higher volume of colder ambient air.

    Filter Options Include:

    • Choose a PowerCore® for the best filtration on the market with 100,000 Maintenance Free Miles of Driving and perfect for hard conditions
    • Choose a Drytech Dry Filter for improved performance, easy soap and water maintenance, ideal for all cars and trucks
    • Choose a MaxFlow 5 Oiled Filter for improved performance with the comfort of oiled filtration technology for those looking for horsepower
    Filter Type
    PowerCore®

    Drytech Dry Filter

    MaxFlow 5 Oiled Filter
    Filter Part # 61517 5160 5119
    Pre-Filter Part # 51921 51906
    Filter Maintenance No Maintenance Soap & Water 5100
    Throttle Body Spacer Part # 725153
    1500 4.8/5.3/6.0 Scoop, Combo Part # 358533585361
    Silverado SS Scoop, Combo Part # 35960, 3596061
    2500/3500HD Scoop, Combo Part # 35060, 3506063
    Models with a 4 screw lid (Part # 15853, 15953) use replacement filters: PowerCore Filter Part # 61512, MaxFlow Oil Filter Part # 5117

     

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    Volant Performance Closed Box Air Intake (15153) 1999-2007c Silverado/Sierra, 1999-06 GM SUV 4.8/5.3/6.0L V8 Review
    28 Mar 2024
    LC
    Leo C.
    United States United States
    Volant Performance Closed Box Air Intake (15153) 1999-2007c Silverado/Sierra, 1999-06 GM SUV 4.8/5.3/6.0L V8 Review
    05 May 2023

    The sound of power

    Easy install. Desired results. Love hearing the motor BREATHE

    DW
    Dom W.
    United States United States
    Volant Performance Closed Box Air Intake (15153) 1999-2007c Silverado/Sierra, 1999-06 GM SUV 4.8/5.3/6.0L V8 Review
    23 Mar 2023

    Great product

    Instalation was fairly easy, getting the piping onto the throttle body was a little struggle but it sat on nice and firm. Since installing it I feel the throttle breathing better, feels like it's putting down more power, and my favorite part is the noise coming from the engine bay.

    NR
    Noah R.
    United States United States
    16 Apr 2024

    Love the look of the new intake. I do have some drone from 2200-2800 RPM under hard acceleration, but other than that nothing.

    I
    Ian SVG verified by SHOP
    United States United States
    03 Apr 2024

    Quality

    I was expecting a much better quality for that price range.

    JC
    Jorge C.
    United States United States
    23 Mar 2024

    Nice Product - Installation Fussy

    Fitment was poor and I had to redrill the mounting holes. I did expect a better out-of-box fit as I purchased the model for my exact vehicle. Not the the drop-in experience I expected for the price. Overall it is nice once installed, but a larger project than anticipated. Sad that for nearly $500 you need to take a Dremel to it.

    RS
    Rad S.
    United States United States
    22 Mar 2024

    Spacer and Air Intake are not compatible

    This throttle body spacer and air intake do not work together. I have a 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 4.8L, with zero modifications. As far as the throttle body spacer, the install went as well as it could have. I found the directions to be difficult to follow. And the only official video I found online was for a Ford. I ended up stripping the threads on one of the plastic spacers that came with the kit. I was torquing to a modest 8-10nm when the threads stripped. There were no torque specifications for the kit; I made a best guess. The spacer installed okay. I could have used a little more instruction when it came to removing the stud bolts from the throttle body. I’d never done this before and I ended up stripping the threads on two of the three bolts (before I figured out a 5/16 socket would work). Since I couldn’t use the spacer with the Volant air intake, I needed to reinstall these stud bolts. Luckily I was able to chase the threads with the original nuts. It’s a really nice looking spacer, it’s just a shame that it doesn’t fit when using in tandem with the air intake.

    CH
    Chris H.
    United States United States

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